Open Teaching Position - Widener - PChem 1 - Starts 8/29/16
Due to a personal emergency, Widener has immediate need for a physical chemistry professor for the fall semester, which starts Monday, August 29. This is for PChem 1 (Chem 385) which is Thermodynamics.
The course meets 4 hours a week: MWF 10-10:50 am and Tu 9:30-10:45. The course description is as follows: “This course provides a comprehensive study of the structure, properties, and interactions of matter. Equations of state, thermodynamics, thermochemistry, and both chemical and phase equilibria are examined in detail. A strong mathematics background is recommended.”
Congratulations to the DE ACS Poster Session Winners!
1st Place Joseph P. Smith (advisor, Dr. Karl Booksh, UD), “Raman Microspectroscopic Mapping with Multivariate Curve Resolution-Alternating Least Squares (MCR-ALS) Applied to the High-Pressure Polymorph of Titanium Dioxide, TiO 2 -II”
2nd Place Mackenzie G. Williams (advisor, Dr. Andrew Teplyakov, UD), “Understanding the ‘Click Chemistry’ Approach to Achieve High-Coverage High-Precision Nanostructures Deposited on Solid Surfaces”
3rd Place William Trout (advisor, Dr. Joseph Fox, UD), “Photocatalytic and Enzymatic Activation of Tetrazine Ligation”
1st Place Hannah C. Wastyk (advisor, Dr. Catherine Grimes, UD), “Biochemical Characterization of the interaction between Innate Immune Receptor Nod2 and its Chaperones”
2nd Place Charles T. Hall, Jr. (advisor, Dr. Andrea Martin, Widener University), “Synthesis and Structure of a New Binuclear Copper Complex Containing an Azide Ion”
3rd Place Michael C. Visconti (advisor, Dr. Shirley Fischer-Drowos, Widener University), “Analyticaland Physical Characterization of Vehicle Paints”