9/95 - 12/96 - National Institute of Standards and Technology, NRC Postdoctoral Associate.
1996 - Ph.D. University of Massachusetts. Analytical Chemistry.
1994 - M.S. University of Massachusetts. Analytical Chemistry.
1991 - B.S. Bucknell University. Chemistry.
I teach several courses, ranging from Physical Science to General Chemistry to Introduction to Archaeology. My speciality areas of teaching are in analytical chemistry, environmental chemistry, and instrumentation.
My research interests are focused on the use of instrumentation for analytical measurements. This broad area of study has provided me with the opportunity to work on a diverse range of samples from beer to turtles. My recent research efforts have involved analytical measurements on archaeological samples such as ancient bronze coins, lead pipes, fresco, floors, and mortar. Some of this work is conducted in the laboratories at Saint Anselm College while a large amount is conducted using portable instrumentation at archaeological excavation sites in Italy.
- Additional Information: presentations, papers and student collaboration.
My research students have the opportunity to present their research at local, national, and international conferences and often are co-authors on research publications. Outside of the Chemistry Department, I am an advisor to the Alpha Zeta Sigma Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, a national co-ed service fraternity. My involvement with APO provides myself and my family with the opportunity to give back to the campus and community through various service projects.