- 1984-1990 Harvard University: M.A. 1986; Ph.D. 1990. Thesis title: "Synthetic, Reactivity and Structural Studies of Rhenium Oxo-Methyl Compounds." Research advisor: Professor David M. Hoffman.
- 1980-1984 Loyola College, Baltimore, Maryland: Bachelor of Science with Honors in Chemistry, summa cum laude.
- 1998-present University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH. Adjunct Professor. Thermal and plasma Chemical Vapor Deposition studies of TiN and TiSiN films.
- 1990-1992 Université Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France, NSF Postdoctoral Research Associate with Professor John A. Osborn. Research: Sulfur supported molybdenum complexes as models for N2 reduction.
- 1985-1990 Harvard University: Synthetic, reactivity and structural studies of highly air sensitive inorganic compounds; manager of departmental single crystal x‑ray diffractometer: instructed and aided other users in data collection, structure solution and refinement; served as micro-VAX II system manager.
- 1982-1984 Loyola College, Baltimore, Maryland. Research with Professor Timothy J. McNeese concerning synthesis and reactivity studies of chromium-carbonyl alkoxide complexes.
- 1992-present Saint Anselm College, Manchester, NH: Professor and Chair [Associate 1997-2002][Assistant 1992-1997]. Senior inorganic lecture and synthesis courses, junior analytical and freshman general chemistry lecture and laboratory.
- 1991 Université Louis Pasteur: Graduate lectures on modern NMR techniques.
- 1984-1985 Harvard University: Teaching fellow for general chemistry lecture and laboratory courses.
- American Chemical Society [1982-] Materials Research Society [1999-]
- Council on Undergraduate Research [1994-] Project Kaleidoscope [1994-]
Awards and Fellowships
- Camille and Henry Dreyfus Special Grant (with Carolyn K. Weinreb-1997-99)
- Cotrell Award-Research Corporation (1996-1998)
- Project Kaleidoscope, Faculty for the 21st century (1994)
- ACS-PRF Type G Grant (1993-95)
- C.N.R.S. "Post Rouge" Fellowship (1991-92)
- NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship for Study at Foreign Centers of Excellence (1990-1)
- Josiah Parsons Cook Fellowship in Chemistry (Harvard University (1984-85)