Ph.D. (1980) Oregon State University (J.C. Decius)
B.S. (1974) (ACS) University of San Francisco
Development of first-hand laboratory experiments for chemistry majors in the context of an Integrated Laboratory course environment using modern analytical and physical instrumentation: ICPAES, HPLC, FTIR, GCMS, and fluorescence. Emphasis on Writing Intensive Course objectives.
Quantitative determination of photoreduction quantum efficiencies for aryl ketones.
Dipole Derivatives from single crystal reflection experiments
- Milton Harris Faculty Teaching Award, 2004
- Mortar Board, Top Prof, 2002
- Olaf Boedtker Award for Excellence in Advising, 1999