Our Chemistry and Physics programs have dynamic and energetic faculty members who have specifically chosen to teach and conduct research in an undergraduate setting. They stress the understanding of principles, critical thinking, communication skills, and strategies for effective problem-solving.

In addition to being dedicated teachers in the classroom, our faculty members are actively involved in directing undergraduate research, an essential component of a quality undergraduate degree program in the sciences. Many opportunities exist for students to conduct cutting-edge research with a faculty mentor.

Members of the faculty have published the results of their research with undergraduates in peer-reviewed literature, have been successful in securing extramural funding for their research and curriculum development efforts, and often take their students to national meetings in order to present the results of their research.

Click on the links below to learn more about our faculty members and their respective areas of expertise.

Faculty

John S
Associate Professor, Chemistry
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Eva Rose Balog
Associate Professor
Assistant Academic Director, School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences
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Academic Director, School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences
Professor of Chemistry
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Stephen Fox
Professor, Chemistry
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Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
Associate Professor, Chemistry
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Jerome Mullin
Professor of Chemistry
Ludcke Chair 2013
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Associate Teaching Professor, Chemistry
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Deena Small
Associate Professor of Chemistry
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Assistant Teaching Professor of Chemistry
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Visiting Assistant Teaching Professor in Physics
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Visiting Assistant Teaching Professor

Professional Staff

Don Day
Chemical Hygiene and Purchasing
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