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Inorganic Chemistry Faculty

  • Core Faculty
  • Cluster Affiliated Faculty
  • Research Professors
  • Instructional Faculty
  • Emeritus Faculty
  • Core Faculty

    These faculty have primary appointments in the Chemistry Department.


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    Bren, Kara L.

    • Professor of Chemistry

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    Interests: Bioinorganic and biophysical chemistry

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    Eisenberg, Richard

    • Tracy H. Harris Professor of Chemistry, Emeritus

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    Interests: Inorganic and organometallic chemistry; synthesis, structure and reaction chemistry

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    Jones, William D.

    • Charles F. Houghton Professor of Chemistry

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    Interests: Mechanistic Inorganic Chemistry and Catalysis

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    Knowles, Kathryn

    • Assistant Professor of Chemistry

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    Interests: Inorganic Materials Chemistry

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    Matson, Ellen

    • Assistant Professor of Chemistry

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    Interests: Inorganic and Organometallic Chemistry

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    Neidig, Michael L.

    • Wilmot Associate Professor of Chemistry

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    Interests: Physical-inorganic chemistry and catalysis

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    Cluster Affiliated Faculty

    Faculty in the Clusters have primary appointments in other departments but can mentor Chemistry graduate students.


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    Shestopalov, Alexander A.

    • Associate Professor

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    Interests: Surface Chemistry; Organic Chemistry; Surface Patterning; Nanostructured Materials; Interfacial Thermodynamics

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    Emeritus Faculty

    Emeritus faculty no longer teach courses or graduate students, but many are still active contributors to the intellectual life of the department, serving as co-advisors, mentors, and running research programs.


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    Kreilick, Robert W.

    • Professor Emeritus of Chemistry

    Interests: Magnetic and Electrical Properties of Solids: Rapid Motion in Solids, Structure of Solids, Energy Transfer in Solids

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