Faculty and Staff

Chemistry Faculty and Staff

The faculty within the department of chemistry strive to provide students with a sound background in the fundamental areas of chemistry, coupled with an understanding of and exposure to modern instrumentation, encouraging them to be successful in the academic and career goals.

Linda M. Allen

Linda M. Allen

Academic Administrative Assistant II

Dr. Gautam Bhattacharyya

Organic Chemistry, Chemistry Education Research Qualitative Research Methods, Representational Competence

Dr. Eric Bosch

Organic Chemistry, Crystal Engineering and Coordination Chemistry

Dr. Bryan E. Breyfogle

Electrochemistry of Materials, Chemical Education

Dr. Kathryn M. Fichter

Biochemistry and bioanalytical chemistry, nanoparticle conjugates for cellular applications

Marla D. Fritz

Marla D. Fritz

Academic Administrative Assistant I
Academic Administrative Assistant I for Physics, Astronomy and Materials Science

Dr. Nikolay N. Gerasimchuk

Inorganic/Bioinorganic Chemistry - Oxime-Bearing Ligands and their metal complexes as biologically active compounds

Dr. Gary A. Meints

Physical/Biophysical Chemistry, NMR Spectroscopy of damaged DNA

Dr. Mark M. Richter

Analytical - Photoluminescence and Electrogenerated Chemiluminescence (ECL)

Dr. Cyren M. Rico

Analytical, Environmental, Nanomaterials-Plant interactions, Ecological effects of Nanomaterials

Dr. G. Alan Schick

Physical/Materials Chemistry - Colloid and Surface Chemistry, Organic thin films, Physical Properties of Polymers

Dr. Matthew Siebert

Theoretical Organic and Organometallic Chemistry

Dr. Erich D. Steinle

Analytical, Developing Sensors based on Nanotechnology and Electrochemistry

Dr. Adam Wanekaya

Analytical Chemistry, Nanomaterials in Sensing, Biological and Environmental Applications

Dr. Fei Wang

Inorganic/Physical Chemistry, High-temperature Solid State Syntheses, Intermetallic Compounds, Thermoelectric Materials, First-principle Band Structure Computation

Dr. Keiichi Yoshimatsu

BIosensing, Fluorescent Sensing, Protein and Peptide Science, Polymer Chemistry