DR. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN (2005) pdf

Dr. Christopher Allen
Address:
11 Hanley Lane
Essex Jct., VT 05452
Telephone: 802-879-6743(h), 802-656-0193(w)
Email: christopher.allen@uvm.edu

Education:
B.A. 1964, University of Connecticut (High Honors)
M.S. 1966, University of Illinois
Ph.D. 1967, University of Illinois (Moeller)

Professional Experience:
Assistant Professor, University of Vermont 1967-1972
Associate Professor, University of Vermont 1972-1976
Senior Visitor, 1973-74, University of Oxford (H.A.O. Hill)
Professor, University of Vermont 1976-present
Senior Visitor, 1983, University of Edinburgh (E.A.V. Ebsworth)
Member, Vermont Regional Cancer Center 1979-1993
Acting Chairman, Department of Chemistry 1984-1985
Member, Material Sciences Program 1980-2005
Director, EPSCoR Advanced Materials Research Cluster 1992-1995
Director, Vermont EPSCoR 1995-2005
Interim Special Assistant to the President 1999
Interim Director of Technology Transfer 1999
Interim CEO Vermont Technology Council 1999
Co-Director, Vermont IDEA Program, 1999-2004
Outreach Core Director, Vermont Genetics Network, 2004-
Research Active Professor Emeritus, University of Vermont, 2005-
Senior Science Advisor, Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies, 2005-
Adjunct Professor, Norwich University, 2005-

Professional Affiliations and Activities:
Member, Vermont Academy of Science & Engineering, 2005-
American Chemical Society, Royal Society of Chemistry
Editorial Board, Journal of Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers
International Advisory Board, International Symposium on Inorganic Ring Systems

Honors and Awards:
University Scholar, Physical Sciences 1982-1983
George V. Kidder Outstanding Faculty Award 1986
Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Sigma Phi, Phi Lambda Upsilon
Mass High Tech "All Star" 2000
Dean's Lecture Award, University of Vermont, College of Arts & Sciences, 2004
Luther F. Hackett Award (Vermont Technology Council) 2005

Publication:
Author or co-author of 120 reviewed papers, chapters, reviews and patents in the areas of inorganic ring systems and polymers