Professor of Chemistry
B.S. Lenoir-Rhyne College
Ph.D. Physical Chemistry, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Teaching areas: Physical Chemistry, Forensic Chemistry, General Chemistry, Honors General Chemistry, Chemistry for non-science majors, Senior Symposium
Office: Trexler - 465D
- CHEM 101, The Chemical Science
- CHEM 111-112, General Chemistry
CHEM 277, Forensic Chemistry
CHEM 331-332, Physical Chemistry
GST 400, Senior Symposium
Other courses taught have included chemistry seminar, and a course in the honors program.
Current Professional Interests
Research in forensic chemistry.
Research in computational chemistry, with a special interest in the inherent thermodynamic stability of chemicals found in space.