Department of Applied Science
College of Arts and Sciences
PhD | University of Nebraska-Lincoln
BS | University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
Dr. Paul Molitor came to Maranatha in 2007. Prior to this, he worked as a spectroscopist for the School of Chemical Sciences at the University of Illinois, where he maintained, operated and trained others in the use of the device used to measure chemical structure. He was also a chemistry instructor at Parkland College and a product quality control tester at Protasis/MRM, which manufactures magnetic resonance microsensors. Dr. Molitor previously taught at the College of St. Mary, Creighton, and South Dakota State.
Dr. Molitor and his wife, Anne, have three children: Gus, Genna, and Giordi. Dr. Molitor serves as an usher, First Lego League Assistant Coach, and worker for VBS at his home church, Calvary Baptist Church in Watertown. He loves the Packers football team.