Dr. Kelly Anderson
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Ph.D. Physical Chemistry, University of Minnesota, 2009
B.S. University of Puget Sound, 2003
Teaching areas: Physical Chemistry, General Chemistry.
Office: Trexler - 465D
- CHEM 111-112, General Chemistry (and lab)
CHEM 331-332, Physical Chemistry (and lab)
- INQ 110, Science in the News
- INQ 250, Chemistry, the Environment, and Society
Current Professional Interests
I am a physical chemist specializing in computational chemistry. My current research interests include using molecular simulation to model phase equilibria in dense fluid systems, examine structural changes in fluids near solid surfaces, and investigate atmospheric nucleation.
“At Roanoke, first semester freshman use instruments that are available only to seniors or grad students at many other schools,” says Dr. Gail Steehler.
Upcoming EPIC Events
04/16/15, Noon, C. Sarisky
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