Faculty & Research
|Christopher F. Bauer, Professor ||Learning road-blocks and how to address them pedagogically. Asessment and building of student attitudes, metacognition, and motivation. Development of active inquiry and collaborative learning models.||403 General Chemistry|
411 Intro to Chem Life Science
501 Peer-Led Team Learning
|Erik Berda, Assistant Professor||Design and synthesis of well-defined, shaped persistent polymeric nanostructures from single polymer chains. Hierarchical self-assembly of polymeric nanoparticle building blocks into nano, meso, and micro scale architectures and devices.|
Functional polymeric materials for advanced applications.
|545 Organic Chemistry|
|Arthur Greenberg, Professor ||Physical organic chemistry and environmental organic chemistry.|
|Margaret E. Greenslade, Assistant Professor ||Physical and Atmospheric Chemistry. Chemical and physical transformations of aerosol properties. Aerosol optical properties are of specific interest.||On leave.|
|Tom Harris, Organic Lab Lecturer||546 Organic Chem Lab|
549 Organic Chem Lab
653 Organic Chem Lab
|Richard P. Johnson, Professor ||Organic Chemistry, structural limitations in hydrocarbons with strained pi bonds.||547 Organic Chemistry|
997 O/I Seminar
|Gonghu Li, Assistant Professor||Functional Composite Materials for Energy and Environmental Applications|
683 Physical Chemistry I
|Howard R. Mayne, Professor |
|Dynamics of ineleastic collisions of small molecules, reactions at surfaces, optimization methods, nonisothermal kinetics.||776 Phys Chem III|
|Glen P. Miller, Professor ||Fullerene and carbon nanotube chemistries, scanning probe microscopy (SPM) based nanomanufacturing||651 Organic Chemistry|
|Samuel Pazicni, Assistant Professor||Developing instructional methodologies to facilitate peer instruction in the classroom; assessment methods to evaluate learning progressions.||774 Inorganic Chemistry|
|Roy P. Planalp, Associate Professor ||Synthesis, structure and reactivity of metal coordination complexes; use of novel metal chelators and complexes in the study of cellular metal metabolism and the treatment of disease.||On sabbatical.|
|W. Rudolf Seitz, Professor ||Chemical sensor development, preparation of new polymeric materials for chemical sensing, remote chemical measurements through fiber optics.|
517 Quantitative Analysis
|Sterling A. Tomellini, Professor ||Chemical separations using liquid chromatography and capillary electrophoresis, vibrational spectroscopic investigations, expert systems.||930 Adv Optical Methods|
|Gary R. Weisman, Professor||Physical organic chemistry, stereochemistry and conformational analysis, chemistry of polyamines, supramolecular and coordination chemistry, organic reaction mechanisms.||755/855 Adv Organic Chemistry|
|Patricia Wilkinson, Affiliate Faculty||Analytical Instrumentation Scientist|
NMR, UV-Vis/NIR, FTIR
|University Instrumentation Center|
|Katherine Winans, Instructor||403 General Chemistry|
|Charles K. Zercher, Professor |
Gloria G. and Robert E. Lyle Professor
|Synthetic methods and strategies, organic spectroscopy, and introductory organic chemistry.||708 Spectroscopic Inv Org Mol|
Retired Chemistry Faculty
Alexander (Sandy) R. Amell, Physical Chemistry (1955-1988), Sandbuggy@comcast.net, 4 Chesley Dr., Durham, NH 03824
Kenneth K. Andersen, Organic Chemistry (1960-1996), email@example.com, 16 Garden Lane, Durham, NH 03824.
David W. Ellis, Analytical Chemistry (1962-1978), firstname.lastname@example.org, 10 Barberry Coast Road, Newmarket, NH 03857
Clarence (Tiny) L. Grant, Analytical Chemistry (1952-1957, 1961-1989), email@example.com, 162 Eagle Drive, Rochester, N.H. 03868
Helmut M. Haendler, Inorganic Chemistry (1945-1978), deceased.
Colin D. Hubbard, Physical Chemistry (1967-1995), firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paul R. Jones, Organic Chemistry (1956-1995), email@example.com, 4642 Mulberry Woods Circle, Ann Arbor, MI 48105.
Gloria G. Lyle, Organic Chemistry (1959-1976), deceased.
Robert E. Lyle, Organic Chemistry (1951-1976), deceased.
James D. Morrison, Organic Chemistry (1965-1998), firstname.lastname@example.org, 305 NW Treeline Trace, Port St. Lucie, FL, 34986.
Charles W. Owens, Physical Chemistry (1963-1969), email@example.com, 10796 Elderwood Lane, San Diego, CA 92131.
Frank L. Pilar, Physical Chemistry, (1957-1992), firstname.lastname@example.org, 26 Newmarket Rd., Durham, NH 03824.
Albert K. Sawyer, Organic Chemistry (1949-1985), deceased.
James H. Weber, Inorganic Chemistry (1963-1999), email@example.com, 493 W 300 S, #B, Springville, UT 84663
Charles M. Wheeler, Jr., Physical Chemistry (1950-1983)
Ed Wong, Inorganic Chemistry (1978-2012), firstname.lastname@example.org.
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