- Charles A. Dana Professor
- Dana Chemistry Hall, Room 322
- Environmental Studies
Ph. D, University of Colorado, 1981 ; B.S., Northeastern University, 1976
Include the development of chiral NMR shift reagents, the utilization of lanthanide ions as fluorescent chromophores for liquid chromatographic detection; and the synthesis of metal chelate polymers and their applications as selective sorbents and gas chromatographic phases.
Include the development of active learning strategies for the introductory and analytical chemistry curriculum. These involve the use of group-learning in class and project-based laboratory experiences.
- Curriculum Vitae
- Biographical Sketch
- Curricular Materials
- Selected Presentations
- Undergraduate Research Summit