Dorothy Noble
Senior Professional Research Assistant, Laboratory Manager

Dorothy received her BA degree from CU-Boulder in EPO Biology and her MS degree in Environmental Science from the University of Idaho.  She participated in research projects in the Canadian Arctic, Nicaragua and the Pacific Northwest before spending 12 years at the City & County of Broomfield as a Water Quality Chemist.  Dorothy currently works for CU-Boulder managing the Environmental Engineering research laboratories and participating in water quality research projects, specifically research on disinfection by-product formation.  In her spare time, Dorothy enjoys spending time with her husband and three kids, traveling, hiking, skiing and climbing mountains.