Spencer James Slattery, Ph.D.
Professor & Chair
Department of Chemistry
University of West Georgia
Department of Chemistry 2136 TLC (Office)
University of West Georgia 2107 TLC (Lab)
1601 Maple Street 678-839-6550 (Voice)
Carrollton, Georgia 30118 678-839-6551 (Fax)
Website: http://www.westga.edu/~sslatt Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I. Employment History
Department Chair, Department of Chemistry, University of West Georgia, May 2004 - present
Professor, Department of Chemistry, State University of West Georgia, 2003 - present
Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, State University of West Georgia, 1998-2003
Tenure, Department of Chemistry, State University of West Georgia, 1998
Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, West Georgia College, 1993-1998
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Chemistry, Florida State University, 1991-1993
II. Teaching/Instructional Assignments
A. Courses Taught
Principles of Chemistry I
Principles of Chemistry I (Honors)
Principles of Chemistry II
Principles of Chemistry II (Honors)
Accelerated Principles of Chemistry
Organic Chemistry I Lab
Survey of Physical Chemistry
Faculty Directed Research
Structure & Bonding
Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
Advanced Lab III
Electron Transfer Processes
Solid State Chemistry
Physical Chemistry Lab I
Physical Chemistry Lab II
Advanced Inorganic Lab
Applied Computing for Sciences
* Courses taught under quarter system in which do not have a semester equivalent
B. Course Development
¨ Developed Computer Science Course for Science Majors- interdisciplinary course incorporating manipulation of data spreadsheets and exposure to mathematical software such as ‘Maple’ and/or ‘Mathematica’
¨ Proposed the Advanced Laboratory course sequence as well as modified physical chemistry and quantum labs which would later be implemented into the course structure.
¨ Advanced Lab III- designed advanced synthetic/characterization techniques for organic and inorganic compounds
¨ Developed Structure and Bonding Course- atomic structure, wave mechanical description of multi-electron atoms, incorporated molecular orbital theory with applications utilizing group symmetry, and computational chemistry
¨ Modified Advanced Inorganic Course emphasizing bonding theory vs. descriptive approach
C. Directed Study Research Projects
Student Project Title Semester/Yr. Placement of Student
Mixed Ligand Fe-Complexes
Designing N-Heterocyclic Fe-Complexes
Proton Coupled Electron Transfer Studies
Proton Coupled Electron Transfer Studies
Synthesis of N-Heterocyclic Ligands
Synthesis of N-Heterocyclic Ligands
Tuning Electronics on Co(II) Systems
Synthesis of Ligands w/ Ionizable Protons
Design of Molecular Switches
Proton Coupled Electron Transfer w/Ru(II)
Cobalt Systems with Ionizable Protons
Synthesis of Bridging Ligands
Tuning Redox Properties on Fe(II)
Proton Coupled Electron Transfer w/Ru(II)
Spin State Regulation (NSF/REU student)
Synthesis of Ligand w/ Ionizable Proton
Synthesis of Co(II) Terpyridyls
Synthesis of Fe(II) Terpyridyls
Synthesis of Fe(II) Terpyridines
NMR Studies on Spin State Transitions
Studies with Co(II) & Fe(II) Spin States
Studies on Fe(II) Polyamines
Studies on Fe(II) Polyamines
Studies on Fe(II) Spin State Transitions
Spin Regulation on Fe(II), Co(II), Mn(II)
Synthesis of 4’substituted terpyridines
Trisubstituted Terpyridyl Fe & Co Comp.
Magnetic Behavior of Series of Fe(II)
Studies of Iron Polyamines
Ph dependence of Ru+3/+2 Redox Couple
Synthesis of Novel Tridentating Ligands
Ph dependence of Ru+3/+2 Redox Couple
MD- Mercer/Residency Alabama
Cyclotron Technologist at Emory
Ph.D. UCLA/Postdoc. U. Utah
Masters at U. of Alabama
Secondary School Teacher
Grad. School at GA. Tech.
Grad. School at U. Nebraska
Grad. School at UNC Chapel Hill
Grad. School at Wash. University
Pharmacy School at Mercer
Undergraduate at U. of Georgia
High School Teacher
U. of Pennsylvania
U. of Texas Medical Branch
Pharmacy School at Mercer
Grad. School at Texas A&M
Graduate School at U. of Georgia
Undergrad at SUWG
Undergrad at SUWG
Vanderbilt Graduate School
Grad. School Emory
Grad. School University of Georgia
Environmental Labs & Services, Inc.
Mercer Medical School
Undergrad at UWG
Undergrad at UWGUdergrad at UWG
D. Undergraduate Senior Thesis Papers
1. Michelle Logue, “Synthetic Approach for the Design and Study of the Tridentating Ligand 6-(3-Methyl Pyrazole)-2,2’-dipyridine”, Spring, 2006.
2. Erum Raja, “Design and Investigation of [Ru(bpy-MepzH)]+3/+2 that Undergoes Proton Coupled Electron Transfer”, Spring, 2006.
3. Ronald Claxton, “Inductive Influence of 4’- terpyridyl and 4, 4’, 4”- terpyridyl substituents on Redox Properties of Iron (II) and Cobalt (II) Bis-Terpyridyl Complexes”, Summer, 2005.
4. Scott Tinney, “A Study of the Role that Steric Influence, Via Substituents on the 2,2’-Dipyridine Ligand, Can Have on the Ground Spin State of Fe(II)”, Summer 2002
5. Tim Ayers, “Development of Nitrogen-Heterocyclic Transition Metal Complexes that Undergo Proton Coupled Electron transfer and Spin Transition”, Spring, 2001
6. Nicole Caylor, “Characterization of Proton Coupled Electron Transfer Behavior Exhibited by a Novel Nitrogen-Heterocyclic Ruthenium Complex”, Fall, 2000
7. Terri Prescott, “Synthetic Approach for Designing a Novel Tridentating Ligand to Study Proton Effects on First Row Transition Metals”, Spring, 2000
8. Silvia Collins, “Synthesis of Bridging Ligand 2,3-Bis(2-pyridyl)dipyrido(2,3-F:3’,2’-h)quinoxaline”, Summer 1999
9. Brandt Godwin, “Synthesis of a Novel Tridentating Ligand of the Form 6-(2-benzimidazole)-2,2’-Dipyridyl Containing a Single Ionizable Proton”, Spring, 1999
10. Bryan Eaves “Redox Tuning of Fe(III/II) & Co(III/II) Couples via Mono-Substituted Terpyridyl”, Fall, 1998
11. Valarie Stuman, “Synthesis & Electrochemistry of 2,6-bis(3-pyrazoyl)pyridine and 2,6-bis(2-benzimidozyl)pyridine on Iron(II) Terpyridine”, Summer, 1998
12. David Hathcock, “Redox & Spin State Properties of Ligand Complexes with the General Formula [Fe(tpy)2-x((CH3O)3tpy)x](PF6)2 and [Fe(tpy)2-x((Et2N)3tpy)x](PF6)2”, Spring, 1998
13. January Lovelady, “The Synthetic & Electrochemical Characterization of Cobalt Complexes with the General Formula [Co(tpy)2-x(R3tpy)x](PF6)2”, Spring, 1998
14. Jill Madden, “Synthesis & Electrochemistry of Complexes of the General Formula [Fe(tpy)2-x ((CH3O)3tpy)x](PF6)2”, Spring, 1997
15. Michael Waldrep, “Synthesis & Characterization of Novel (L)FeCl3 Precursors for Mixed Ligand Complexes of the General Formula [(L)Fe(L’)]2+ ”, Spring, 1997
16. Gregory Ayers, “Synthetic & Electrochemical Characterization of Iron Complexes of Mixed Arrangements of Bidentate Ligands”, Spring, 1996
E. Student Presentations at National, Regional, and State Meetings (presenter underlined)
1. “Design and Investigation of Ru(II) Nitrogen-Heterocyclic Complexes Which Undergo Proton Coupled Electron Transfer” Erum Raja, Michelle Logue, Tim Ayers, Nicole Caylor, Spencer Slattery, PLTL Conference on Leader Training and Peer Leader Learning, University of Houston-Downtown, Houston, TX, April, 2005.
2. “Substituent Effects on Redox and Spin State Properties of Iron(II) and Cobalt(II) Bis-Terpyridyl Complexes” J. Chambers, B. Eaves, D. Parker, P.S. Ray, S.J. Slattery, Southeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Atlanta, GA, November, 2003.
3. "Development of Synthetic Methods to Electron-Deficient 4'-Terpyridines," D. Parker, S.J. Slattery, Partha S. Ray, Association for Research and Creative Humanities (ARCH), April, 2002.
4. Development of Synthetic Methods to Electron-Deficient 4’-Terpyridines” D. Parker, S.J. Slattery, Partha S. Ray, 223rd National American Chemical Society Meeting, Division of Chemical Education, Orlando, FL, April, 2002.
5. “Development of Synthetic Methods to Electron deficient 4’-Terpyridines” D. Parker, J. P. Lee, S.J. Slattery, P.S. Ray, Southeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Savannah, GA, September, 2001.
6. “A Novel Ruthenium (II/III) Redox System Designed for Studying PCET” N. Caylor, T. Ayers, S.J. Slattery. Seventy Seventh Annual Meeting of the Georgia Academy of Science, Valdosta State University, GA, April, 2000.
7. “Cobalt and Iron (II/III) Redox Systems Designed for Studying PCET” T. Ayers, N. Caylor, S.J. Slattery. Seventy Seventh Annual Meeting of the Georgia Academy of Science, Valdosta State University, GA, April, 2000.
8. “Electronic Regulation of Iron and Cobalt Nitrogen Heterocyclic Systems” T. Ayers, S. Scott, J. Goins, S.J. Slattery. Southeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Knoxville, TN, October, 1999.
9. “Correlation of Molecular Orbital Calculations to Redox Properties” S. Gomadam, B. Eaves, S. Dutt, S.J. Slattery. Seventy Sixth Annual Meeting of the Georgia Academy of Science, Georgia Perimeter College, Atlanta GA, April, 1999.
10. “Nitration Using a Heterogeneous Catalyst Applied to N-heterocyclic Aromatic Compounds” S.D. Collins, B. Hudder, F.A. Khan, S.J. Slattery, and V.J. Geisler, Abstracts of Papers, Southeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Research Triangle Park, NC, November, 1998.
11. “Correlation of Molecular Orbital Calculations to Redox Properties for Fe(II) and Co(II) Complexes” S. Gomadam, B. Eaves, S. Dutt, S.J. Slattery. Southeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Raleigh, NC, November, 1998.
12. “Correlation of Molecular Orbital Calculations to Magnetic and Electrochemical Properties for Fe(II) and Co(II) Complexes” D. Hathcock, S.B. Dutt, S.J. Slattery. Seventy Fifth Annual Meeting of the Georgia Academy of Science, Armstrong State College, Savannah GA, April, 1998.
13. “Nitration Using a Heterogeneous Catalyst Applied to N-heterocyclic Aromatic Compounds” S.D. Collins, B. Hudder, F.A. Khan, S.J. Slattery, and V. Geisler, Southeast Regional Meeting of the ACS Research Triangle, NC, November, 1998.
14. “Redox and Spin State Control on N-Heterocyclic Iron(II) Complexes” D. Hathcock, J. Madden, K. Stone, S.J. Slattery. Seventy Fourth Annual Meeting of the Georgia Academy of Science, SUWG, Carrollton GA, April, 1997.
15. “Tunable Spin State and Redox Properties of Iron(II) and Cobalt(II) Complexes” D. Hathcock, J. Madden, K. Stone, S.J. Slattery. Sigma Xi Sixth Annual Undergraduate Student Science Presentations, State University of West Georgia, Carrollton, GA, April, 1997. David won the Sigma Xi Student Research Competition.
16. “Mixed Ligand Iron Complexes Designed to Undergo Proton-Coupled Electron Transfer” V.S. Stuman, G.S. Owens, S.J. Slattery*. Seventy third Annual Meeting of the Georgia Academy of Science, Albany State College, Albany, GA, April, 1996.
17. “Design and Investigation of Novel (Mixed) Ligand Iron Complexes”, V.S. Stuman, G.S. Owens, S.J.Slattery*, Sigma Xi Fifth Annual Undergraduate Student Science Competition, West Georgia College, Carrollton GA, April, 1996.
18. “Design and Investigation of N-heterocyclic Iron Complexes”, M.S. Waldrep, G.S. Owens, V.S. Stuman, S.J. Slattery. Joint Southeast/Southwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Memphis, TN, November, 1995.
19. “Design and Investigation of Novel Iron Complexes”, G. Ayers, S.J. Slattery, Seventy Second Annual Meeting of the Georgia Academy of Science, Augusta College, Augusta GA, April, 1995.
20. “Design and Investigation of Mixed Ligand Iron Complexes”, G. Ayers, S.J. Slattery, Sigma Xi Fourth Annual Student Science Competition, UWG, Carrollton GA, April, 1995.
A. University Wide
Presidential Appeals Committee, ‘98-‘99
Committee to Define Honor Code Standards, ‘98
TEAC, Teacher Education Advisory Committee, ‘99 - ‘04
STEP, Standards-Based Teacher Education Project, ‘98 -‘00
Chair, Committee to Developing Science Curriculum in Core for Early Education Teacher Certification
Enrollment Management Advising Liaison, '03-'04
Freshman Advising Center, ‘98- ‘04
Student Activities Committee, ‘96-‘98 and ‘99-‘01
Faculty Advisor - Baptist Student Union, ‘97 - current
Faculty Advisor - Christian Ministries International, ‘02-‘04
Faculty Advisor - Christian Campus Fellowship, ‘02- current
Faculty Advisor - UWG Braves Wrestling Club, ‘02- ‘03
Co-Director - University System of Georgia Teaching & Learning Grant Workshop for Computational Chemistry for two year college faculty with Drs. Dutt, Khan, and Geisler, spring - fall ‘99
B. College of Arts & Sciences
Director of Chemistry, Young Scholars Institute,‘00 - present
Executive Committee, '01-present
Tenure & Promotion College Committee, ‘98-‘01
Faculty Advisory Committee, ‘01-‘05
Local Arrangements Committee for ‘97 Annual Meeting of the Georgia Academy of Sciences at the State University of West Georgia
Co-Director 6th Annual Sigma Xi Student Research Presentations, ‘97
Director 7th Annual Sigma Xi Student Presentations, ‘98
Sigma Xi, Student Research Presentation Judge, ‘00 -‘01
Faculty Search Committee, tenure-track academic position within the Biology Department, ‘96
Learning Community for Developing “Learning Community Students,” ‘97-‘98
Representative for Chemistry Department at 6th National Conference for ‘Council on Undergraduate Research, ‘96
Departmental Chair, '04- present
New/Updated Departmental Web Site ‘06
Led Departmental Process to Confer Honorary Emeritus Status to Professor Garmon, ‘05
Co-Coordinator, Chemistry Club Demonstration Show, fall, ‘05
Host, Chemistry Department Annual Honors Banquet,‘05-‘06
Faculty Search Committees: Tenure Track Positions filled by Drs. Farooq Khan-‘94, John Hansen-‘96, Sharmistha Basu-Dutt- ‘97, Partha Ray-‘00, Megumi Fujita-'04
Instructor Search Committees: positions filled by Drs. Boatright, Gaquere, and Ayers
Chair, 3rd Year Review Committee on behalf of Dr. John Hansen, ‘99
Chair, Post Tenure Review Committee on behalf of Dr. Lucy Garmon, ‘99
Chair, Promotion & Tenure Committee on behalf of Drs. Andrew Leavitt-‘98, Farooq Khan-‘98, John Hansen-‘00, Sharmistha Basu-Dutt-‘02
Semester Conversion Curriculum Committee,‘97 -‘98
Curriculum Committee, ‘00-Present
Faculty Advisor for ACS Chemistry Club, ‘94 -‘96
Lockhart Scholarship Committee, ‘97
Coordinated two day Undergraduate visit to chemistry graduate program at Vanderbilt University, '96
Weekly maintenance of 200 MHz Nuclear Magnetic Resonance machine, liquid N2 and liquid He fills, ‘94 -current
Maintenance of EG&G potentiostat, used for electrochemical measurements
Maintenance of JASCO UV/Vis/ Near-IR Spectrometer
Temple High School Advanced Placement Lab, ‘95-‘96
Academic Advisor to B.S. Chemistry majors, graduate school bound students, transfer students, undeclared majors, and Chemical Education majors, '93-present
Supervised undergraduate research for over 33 students since 1993
D. Community Service
Lighthouse Homeschooler’s Academy, Volunteer Chemistry Instructor, Board of Directors, met once a week for supplemental instruction and/or lab during 10 month academic calendar, ‘03-‘06
Regional Science Fair Chemical Demonstration Show, ‘02
Carroll Sav-A-Life WAIT Program Presenter, ‘99-‘02
Regional Science Bowl, Reader and Judge, ‘94 - ‘99
Georgia Science Olympiad, ‘94, ‘97-‘00
Yearly Chemical Demonstration Shows, for regional elementary, middle, & high school students, ‘93 - present
Women in Science, ‘95-‘97
Chemical Demonstration Shows for STARR Program, ‘96 - ‘00
Initiated Super Science Saturday for Regional High Schools, ‘95 - ‘96
Initiated “Adopt a High School Program,” ‘95
Regional American Chemical Society Representative for National Chemistry Week, ‘95
Chemical Demonstration Program at Sci-Trek/Atlanta, ‘95
IV. Academic Achievement
Ph.D. Inorganic Chemistry, Florida State University, 1993
Dissertation Title: "The Design and Investigation of Bimetallic Ruthenium Complexes Exhibiting
Proton-Coupled Intramolecular Electron Transfer"
B.S. Chemistry, University of West Florida, 1988
B.S. Biology Education, University of West Florida, 1987
V. Professional Growth & Development
First Year Student Faculty Advocate Award, ‘03
Nominated Twice for Honors Teacher of the Year SUWG, ‘00 and ‘01
Best Research Presentation, Inorganic Division, ‘93 Annual American Chemical Society Meeting
Graduate Student Shell Award, ‘90
Graduate Student Teaching Excellence Award, ‘92
B. Memberships in Professional Organizations
American Chemical Society, ‘89 - Current
Georgia Academy of Sciences, ‘94 - Current
Sigma Xi Research Society, ‘94 - ‘99
C. Professional Service
American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund, Reviewer (5 reviews)
Synthesis & Reactivity in Inorganic & Metal-Organic Chemistry, Reviewer (6 reviews)
The Chemical Educator, Reviewer (4 reviews)
Coordination Chemistry Review, Reviewer (1 review)
External Member Reviewer for Promotion Committee at University of San Francisco
D. Professional Development
6th National Conference of the Council of Undergraduate Research (CUR) at North Carolina Central University, June '96
Wavefunction, Inc., Sponsored SPARTAN Workshop, April '98
Lab Works II – “An Introduction to the Computerized Laboratory Environment”
Participated in Workshop at Floyd College, June '96
Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) Retreat, '98
1. “Inductive influence of 4′-terpyridyl substituents on redox and spin state properties of iron(II) and cobalt(II) bis-terpyridyl complexes”, Joe Chambers, Bryan Eaves, Danny Parker, Partha Ray, and Spencer J. Slattery* Inorganica Chimica Act, 2006, 359, 2400.
2. “Tuning Redox and Spin State Properties of Fe(II) N-Heterocyclic Complexes via Electronic/Steric Influence on Metal-Ligand Binding”, T. Ayers, R. Turk, C. Lane, J. Goins, D.L. Jameson, S.J. Slattery*, Inorg. Chim. Act, 2004, 357, 202.
3. “Design and Investigation of a Ru(II) N-Heterocyclic Complex which Undergoes Proton Coupled Electron Transfer, T. Ayers, N. Caylor, G. Ayers, C. Godwin, D.J. Hathcock, V. Stuman, S.J. Slattery*, Inorg. Chim. Acta, 2002, 328, 33.
4. “Redox and Spin State Control of Co(II) and Fe(II) N-Heterocyclic Complexes” T. Ayers, S. Scott, J. Goins, N. Caylor, D. Hathcock, D.L. Jameson , S.J. Slattery*, Inorg. Chim. Acta, 2000, 307, 7.
5. “pH-Dependent Metal-Based Redox Couples as Models for Proton-Coupled Electron Transfer" S. J. Slattery; J. K. Blaho; J. Leahnes; K. A. Goldsby. Coord. Chem. Rev., 1998, 174, 391.
6. “Electron Donating Substituent Effects on Redox and Spin State Properties of Fe(II) Bis-Terpyridyl Complexes” D. Hathcock; K. Stone; J. Madden; S.J. Slattery, Inorg. Chim. Acta, 1998, 282, 131.
7. “Ligand Substituent Effects on Ruthenium (III/II) Redox Properties: An Advanced Inorganic Laboratory Experiment” D. Hathcock; J. Morris; J. Madden; S.J. Slattery*, The Chemical Educator, 1997, vol. 2, No. 3, pp.1-8.
8. “Periodate Titration of Fe(II) in Acid Aqueous Solutions: An Environmentally Friendly Redox Reaction for the Undergraduate Laboratory” T.G. Drummond; W.L. Lockhart; S.J. Slattery; F.A. Khan; A.J. Leavitt, The Chemical Educator, 1997, vol. 2, No. 4, pp.1-7.
9. “Polarity of Molecules: A New Approach for Freshman Chemistry” W.L. Lockhart; A.J. Leavitt; S.J.Slattery; F.A. Khan, The Chemical Educator, 1997, vol. 2, No. 6 , pp.1-6.
10. “Redox Regulation in Ruthenium Complexes Containing ß-Diketonate Ligands and 2,6-Bis(N-Pyrazolyl)Pyridine and its Substituted Derivatives", S.J. Slattery, W. Bare, K.A. Goldsby, J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Transactions, 1999, 8, 1347.
11. “Bis(4,4'-bis(N,N-'diethylamino)-2,2'-bipyridine)dichloro Ruthenium(III): A New Starting Material for Ruthenium Polypridyl Complexes Exhibiting Low Redox Potentials” S.J. Slattery, N. Gokaldas, T. Mick, K.A. Goldsby. Inorganic Chemistry, 1994, 33, 3621.
1. “Spin State & Redox Control of Fe(II) and Co(II) Pyridyl based Ligand Sytems” J. Chambers, T. Ayers, D. Parker, P. Ray, S.J. Slattery. Southeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Charleston, SC, Nov., 2002.
2. “Tuning Spin State & Redox Properties on N-Heterocyclic Iron(II) and Co(II) Complexes” D. Hathcock, J. Madden, K. Stone, S.J. Slattery. Invited Talk at Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, November, 1997.
3. “Substituent and pH Effects on Spin State and Redox Properties of Co(II) and Fe(II) Complexes” D. Hathcock, J. Madden, K. Stone, V. Stuman, G. Owens, S.J. Slattery. Invited talk at University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, November, 1996.
4. “Electrochemical & Spin State Studies on Mixed Ligand Iron (II) Complexes” D. Hathcock, J. Lovelady, J. Morris, K. Stone, M.S. Waldrep, G.S. Owens, V.S. Stuman, S.J. Slattery. National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Orlando, FL, August, 1996.
5. “Investigation of Iron Complexes Designed to Undergo Spin Transition Upon Proton Transfer” M.S. Waldrep, G.S. Owens, V.S. Stuman, S.J. Slattery. Joint Southeast-Southwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Memphis, TN, November, 1995.
6. “Design and Study of High and Low Spin Iron Complexes Which Undergo Proton Coupled Electron Transfer”, 2nd Annual Dog and Pony Show, West Georgia College, 1995.
7. “Research Opportunities in Dr. Slattery’s Lab”, 1st Annual Dog and Pony Show, West Georgia College, 1994.
Funding Agency-Proposal Title Amount Period
1. ACS-The Petroleum Research Fund $50,000 Aug. 2004 - Aug. 2007
Proposal: Designing Ligand Bridged Bi- and Tri- Metallic Molecular Switches with Tunable Metal-Metal Coupling, S.J. Slattery (PI) (Submitted/ Recommended to Revise and Resubmit)
2. ACS-The Petroleum Research Fund $40,000* Sep. 1999 - Aug. 2001
Proposal: A Study of Bimetallic Cobalt Systems Designed to Undergo Spin Transition & Electron Transfer Upon Proton Transfer, S.J. Slattery (PI)
3. National Science Foundation $41,450* May 1999 - Apr. 2001
Course, Curriculum, & Laboratory Improvement
Proposal: Visualization and Computation in the Undergraduate Chemistry Curriculum, Curriculum and Laboratory Improvement Program, National Science Foundation, S. Basu-Dutt (PI), V. J. Geisler (co-PI), S. J. Slattery (co-PI), John Storer (co-PI) and F. A. Khan (co-PI).
4. ACS-The Petroleum Research Fund $39,700* Sep. 1996 - Aug. 1998
Proposal: Design & Study of Iron Complexes Which Undergo Proton Coupled Spin Transition, S.J. Slattery (PI)
5. National Science Foundation $123,650 Jul. 1994 - Jun. 1996
Instructional & Laboratory Improvement
Proposal: Improvement of the Chemistry Curriculum Through Use of FT-NMR Spectroscopy, Instructional & Laboratory Improvement, V. Geisler (PI), S.J. Slattery (Co-PI)
*Funding includes institutional matches.
1. USG Teaching & Learning Grant $20,000 May 1998
Proposal: A Multi-tiered Approach to Teach Undergraduate Chemistry Using Visualization and Computation as a Tool to Teach Undergraduate Chemistry, A Professional Development Grant, S. Basu-Dutt (PI), V.J. Geisler (Co-PI), S. J. Slattery (Co-PI), and F.A. Khan (Co-PI).
2. Georgia Teacher Enhancement Grant $10,500 May 1997
Proposal: A Multi-tiered Approach to Teach Undergraduate Chemistry Using Visualization and Computation, S. Basu-Dutt (PI), V.J. Geisler (co-PI), S.J. Slattery (Co-PI), and F.A. Khan (Co-PI).
1. Faculty Research Grant
2. Faculty Research Grant
3. Faculty Research Grant
4. Student Research Assistant Program
5. Faculty Research Grant
6. Faculty Research Grant
7. Faculty Research Grant
8. Student Research Assistant Program
9. Faculty Research Grant