Professor of Chemistry
University of Vermont, Burlington VT 05405
B.S. Canisius College, Chemistry, 1965
Ph.D. Cornell University, Analytical Chemistry, 1969
1968-69 Research Associate, Univ. of California at Riverside
1969-70 Postdoctoral Research Associate, Northwestern Univ.
1970-74 Assistant Professor, Southern Illinois Univ.
1974-77 Assistant Professor, Univ. of Vermont
1977-82 Associate Professor, Univ. of Vermont
1982-Present Professor, Univ. of Vermont
1997-Present Pomeroy Professor, Univ. of Vermont
1998-2001 Chair, Department of Chemistry, University of Vermont
Honors and Awards:
1984 University of Vermont Scholar
1995 James Crowdle Award, Canisius College
2009 Dean's Lecturer, University of Vermont
Professional Affiliations and Activities:
Member, American Chemical Society (ACS)
Division of Analytical Chemistry
Division of Inorganic Chemistry
Society for Electroanalytical Chemistry (SEAC)
1979 Visiting Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1986 Professeur Associe, Univ. of Bordeaux
1985-88 Editor, Newsletter of SEAC
1989-91 Editorial Advisory Board, Organometallics
1992-95 Board of Directors, SEAC
1996 Graduiertenkolleg Lecturer, Univ. of Freiburg
1997-98 Editorial Board, Chemtracts
1998 Leverhulme Fellow, University of Bristol
2000 Erskine Fellow, University of Canterbury
2007 Visiting Professor, University of Arizona
Author or co-author of more than 190 peer reviewed articles.
Molecular electrochemistry, especially of organometallic systems. Design of new electro-catalysts for low-energy synthesis of desirable organic compounds. Bio-organometallic chemistry.