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Environmental Analyst

White Plains, New York, United States
within range
February 25, 2011
Contact Info:

Nanzhu Li
** ********* ***, ***-*, White Plains, NY 10601
(917) ***-****

OBJECTIVE: Seeking an entry level position as new graduate in environmental science and engineering field in a laboratory or in the field that will enable me to use my organization skills, educational background and ability to work well with people.

• Possess extensive experience in lab skills and ensuring experiment procedures are followed correctly
• Well-versed in environmental monitoring and analysis of air and water through wet chemical testing or instrumentation

Masters of Science in Environmental Science August 2010
Pace University, Pleasantville, NY
Master Thesis:
“Volunteer Stream Monitoring: A Comparison of Methods Used in NY, NJ, CT” July 2010
GIS Hub @ Pace website sponsored by Pace Thinkfinity Grant August 2009
• Created internal website, GIS Hub @ Pace University (, internal), to store project data & instructional videos

Bachelor of Engineering in Environmental Engineering May 2007
Yantai University, Yantai, China
“Study on the Activator of Activity of CFB Boiler Fly Ash,” 2007 (1) January 2007
Reproductive Resource Research Journal, 37-39
Academic Project:
“Reuse of Fly Ash” sponsored by the Yantai University Scientific Innovation Fund November 2005

Student Laboratory Assistant September 2008 to May 2010
Chemistry & Physical Science Department at Pace University, Pleasantville, NY
• Prepared experiments for students for organic, inorganic and physical chemistry classes
• Ordered lab materials and supplies, and conducted inventories of chemicals
• Maintained laboratory equipment instrumentation

Environmental Analyst July 2007 to July 2008
Shanghai Textile Energy Saving & Environmental Protection Center, Shanghai, China
• Prepared and analyzed environmental samples in the laboratory and took air and water samples in fields
• Used GC 112A to test TVOC (total volatile organic compounds)
• Used Agilent 6820 to test total non-methane hydrocarbons
• Used Agilent 6890N to test BTEXs (including benzene, toluene, ethyl-benzene, di-methyl-benzene, styrene)
• Tested oil and grease in water using infrared spectrophotometer F2000GB/T
• Tested anionic surfactants, cyanide and phenol using ultraviolet spectrophotometer

Laboratory and Field Technician October 2004 to January 2004
Yantai Ocean and Fishery Monitor Station
• Performed ocean environment monitoring via sampling on the sea and investigation in on-board laboratory
• Recorded chemical and physical parameters of ocean water

Languages: Bilingual in English and Chinese
Computers: MS Word, Excel, Power Point, Dreamweaver, GIS

Mary Minnis, PhD
Professor, Pace University
861 Bedford Road,
Pleasantville, NY 10570

Professor Minnis was one of my professor as well as my academic advisor while I attended Pace University.

Inna Krasinskaya, PhD
Director, Pace University
861 Bedford Road,
Pleasantville, NY 10570

Inna was my supervisor when I worked at Pace as a student assistant in the chemistry lab.

Fei (Sophie) Chen
Director, Shanghai Textile Energy Saving & Environmental Protection Center
Building No.1, Block 988, Ping Liang Road,
Shanghai, China 200082

Fei was my director then I worked at Shanghai Textile Energy Saving & Environmental Protection Center.