Biochemistry, Chemistry, Engineering, and Physics
With large laboratories and state-of-the-art equipment, all of our programs feature extensive experiments and opportunities to participate in research and practical projects. From designing “smart boxes” for tracking materials in hospitals to investigating quantum mechanical properties of atoms at temperatures near absolute zero, our students are active in cutting-edge research and design.
Recognized by the American Chemical Society (ACS) and the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) as among the nation's top programs, we offer options in chemistry and biochemistry, chemistry education, nanotechnology, and pre-medical sciences. Chemistry majors — who often graduate with ACS or ASBMB certification, including some with both — advance into professions such as medicine, secondary school teaching, and chemically related industrial firms. Biochemistry majors enjoy a career path into medicine or veterinary school, as well as a stepping-stone into forensic chemistry.
Bloomsburg because ...
- Unlike large public universities, you'll never have a teaching assistant in any of your lab classes. You'll never be in a chemistry lab section with more than 18 students.
- Our instrument suite is comparable to or better than many private schools and is fully accessible by students, who get hands-on experience with these instruments.
- We have paid research internships for qualified students to work one-on-one with faculty. Routinely, these students receive travel funds to present their research results at national science conferences, such as the annual American Chemical Society Meeting.
Your journey upward awaits
At Bloomsburg, collaborative research is at the heart of what we do best. We encourage students to get involved in collaborative research with faculty members and offer grants to support you on your journey of discovery. Current areas of research include:
- Alternative Energy - Alternative energy research at Bloomsburg University consists of the distinct areas of biofuels, wind energy, and organic photovoltaic cells.
- Ultra-Cold Atomic Physics - Since 2010, Bloomsburg University has been developing a program of fundamental research in ultra-cold atomic physics.
- Power Electronics - The Power Electronics Laboratory supports research in the area of analog, mixed-signal, and high-power electronics including analysis, modeling, simulation, and hardware implementation of power electronic systems covering the technical areas of power semiconductors, magnetics, controls, and digital systems.
- Stellar Astrophysics - The astrophysics group currently collects its data from the Kepler Space Telescope for asteroseismology, a new field dedicated to the study of oscillations originating in the interiors of stars, which behave as pressure waves (like sound waves). The Kepler Space Telescope, launched in 2009 was designed to detect extrasolar planets. It is also used as a laboratory for the study of variable stars, with over 200,000 stars in the Kepler Field.
How about a medical degree in seven years!
A combined Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry-Doctor of Osteopathy dual degree program that can be either three years at Bloomsburg plus four years at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM), or four years at Bloomsburg plus four years at PCOM. The first program is “accelerated” and the second program is a traditional length to obtain both degrees.
Interested in both biology and chemistry?
Perfect, we have the option just for you! Pursue this specialized program that leads to medical and dental schools after graduation. Both standard and ACS certified tracks are available. Students have the opportunity to be awarded certification by the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, ASBMB.
Pursuing chemistry opens up multiple undergraduate options that include pathways for experience in chemical research, some specialty fields and certifications, as well as graduate studies or employment in industry, including engineering.
- BS in Chemistry — This program is most commonly pursued by chemistry majors at Bloomsburg. It provides a broad exposure to all major areas of chemistry as well as options for experience in chemical research, some specialty fields and certifications.
- BS in Chemistry (ACS) — Completion of a research component will allow a student’s degree to be certified by the American Chemical Society. Students completing this program are particularly well prepared to pursue graduate studies or employment in industry.
- BA in Chemistry — This program provides a three-year exposure to the core of the chemistry curriculum. Students can double major in chemistry and another discipline, or they can participate in the 3:2 program in engineering.
Interested in teaching?
This option features a capstone course, The Chemistry Curriculum and the Teaching Laboratory, the only one of its kind in the State System.
- BS in Education with Chemistry Certification — Students interested in teaching high school chemistry pursue this program that awards them a BS in Education and the equivalent of a BA in Chemistry.
High-technology components make up the computers, cell phones, and other devices used daily. Electronics engineering technologists concentrate on applied design using current engineering practices and program management.
This field is changing everything!
From vaccines to computers to car tires, nanotechnology is playing a part. Its products can be found in commonly used items as cell phones, cosmetics, and clothing. It's used to help solve problems by:
- developing nanoparticles for fluorescence imaging of tumors
- producing cleaner, more affordable energy
- detecting and clean up hazardous chemicals in the environment
- enabling medical devices that can eliminate the need for surgery
- making sunscreen and cosmetics more effective
- ensuring food stays fresher longer
- creating smaller and faster electronic components
From the tiniest subatomic particles to the entire universe, the field of physics attempts to explain the basic laws of nature by examining the interactions of matter and energy. Our program includes courses in fields of physics such as mechanics, electricity and magnetism, atomic, nuclear, electronics, optics, thermodynamics, quantum mechanics, and astrophysics.
This program provides all of the required physics courses, plus opportunities for students to work on special projects relating to physics education. There continues to be a widespread shortage of physics teachers, so graduates find a favorable job market.
This program helps prepare you for entry into medical school, dental school, veterinary school, podiatric school, chiropractic school, and optometry school. This best fits:
- Post-baccalaureate students who require additional preparation at the undergraduate level.
- Undergraduate students on an alternative path to preparing for professional school, such as psychology or exercise science or anthropology, to name a few.
- Students majoring in chemistry-biochemistry ... this is one of your “pre-med” options.
Radiation control incorporates an understanding of many disciplines. It has common scientific interests with many areas of specialization: physics, biology, biophysics, engineering (nuclear, civil, mechanical, or electrical), chemistry, genetics, ecology, environmental sciences, metallurgy, medicine, physiology, and toxicology. The wide spectrum of knowledge required of the health physicist makes this profession both challenging and rewarding.
Earn a bachelor’s degree in four semesters!
Here, you'll find technology internships, healthcare clinical experiences, or scientific research, including undergraduate research opportunities. These experiences will give you an edge in your career, and along the way, you'll take pride in making a difference — for the environment or for your community. Once you transfer your associate’s degree to Bloomsburg, you'll start at the junior level in these programs.
- B.S. Biology - Environmental Biology Option
- B.A. Chemistry
- B.S. Chemistry
- B.S. Chemistry-Biochemistry option
- B.S. Chemistry-Nanotechnology option
- B.S. Chemistry-Pre-Medical Sciences option
- B.S. Computer Science
- B.S. Digital Forensics
- B.S. Environmental, Geographical, and Geological Sciences-Environmental Geoscience
- B.S. Environmental, Geographical, and Geological Sciences-Professional Geology
- B.A. Mathematics
- B.S. Mathematics
- B.S. Physics
* with a fall semester start in a program-to-program articulation.
8 reasons why we're the perfect fit
- dedicated professors who specialize in undergraduate education
- faculty teaching every class and lab (no graduate students)
- small science and math classes
- hands-on experience with instrumentation and in the field
- undergraduate research opportunities
- in-state tuition for PA residents provides excellent value for your educational dollar
- welcoming community of students, with hundreds of social and scholarly organizations
- campus is close to home (but not too close) for many residents of eastern Pennsylvania
|Single Crystal X-ray Diffractometer||Bruker D8 Quest equipped with a PHOTON II detector and Oxford cryosystem|
|Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer||Bruker 400 MHz|
Perkin Elmer Spectrum 400 IR/NIR Perkin Elmer Spectrum 2 FTIR (2)
|UV-Visible Spectrometers||Perkin Elmer Lambda 1050 UV-Vis-NIR with URA Thermo NanoDrop Craic 508 Microscope Spectrophotometer Jasco V-730 (6) Genesys 10S (3) Vernier VSP-UV (13)|
|Gas Chromatograph Mass Spectrometeter||Varian CP-3800/Saturn 2200 GC/MS/MS with CombiPal autosampler|
|Gas Chromatographs||Thermo TraceQ (TCD, FID, ECD) with autosampler Thermo Trace Focus (FID)|
|Flash Chromatograph||Reveleris X2 chromatography system|
|Thermal Gravimetric Analysis/Differential Scanning Calorimeter||Shimadzu TGA-50 Thermogravimetric Analyzer with DSC 60A Perkin Elmer DSC 6|
|High Performance Liquid Chromatograph||Thermo Finnigan Surveyor with autosampler|
|Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer||Thermo iCE3500 Flame/Furnace|
|Fluorometer||Perkin Elmer LS-55 Qubit 3 fluorometer for DNA/RNA analysis|
|Dual Potentiostat||Gamry 1010E (2)|
|Gel Imager||BIO-RAD Gel Doc XR+ Molecular Imager|
|Electrophoresis||Fotodyne Horizontal Gel Systems (six) BioRad Sequi-Gen GT and PowerPac 3000|
|Capillary Electrophoresis||Beckman P/ACE System 5000|
|Ultra Low Temperature Freezer||New Brunswick -86 C VWR -86 C|
|Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)||Eppendorf Mastercycler Gradient Perkin Elmer GeneAmp 2400|
|Real-time PCR||BioRad CFX Connect|
|Centrifuge||Beckman-Coulter Allegra X30R (2)|
|Inert Atmosphere Glove Box||Braun LabMaster 130 (2)|
|Solvent Purification System||Seca Solvent System|
|Combustion Calorimeter||Parr 6100|
|Cell Culture Incubator||Binder C150 Cell Culture Incubator Sanyo Cell Culture Incubator (2)|
|Particle Counter||Beckman Coulter Z1 Dual Threshold|
|Water Analysis||YSI Sonde EX02 Water Quality Monitoring Platform|
|Rotavaps||BUCHI 300 Series Rotovaps (4)|
|Bio-Disrupter||Biogenode BioRuptor Plus with sonication device|
|Microwave Reactor||MARS 6 Synthesis MIcrowave Reactor|
|Oven||MTI 1200°C Muffle Furnace (2)|
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Nick Walker BS Biochemistry 2021
Emily Alker BA Chemistry PTE Secondary Ed Chemistry 2021
Jason Stone BS Biochemistry 2021
Currently in Medical School at Brown University
Cameron Stouffer BS Biochemistry 2021
Currently in Graduate School at Clemson University
Marita Skeddle BS Chemistry 2021
Bailey Hoyt BS Chemistry 2021
Stepan Budkin BS Biochemistry 2021
Currently in Graduate School at August University
Tara Full BS Biochemistry 2020
Currently working in Chemistry at Eurofins
Nathan Mehalick BSEd Secondary Education Chemistry 2020
Jacob Morris BS Chemistry 2020
Natasha Brenner BS ACS Chemistry 2020
Taylor Runkle BS Biochemistry 2019
Fall 2020 will be attending Temple University to receive her Ph.D. in Dentistry
Pinkay Oscar BS Biochemistry 2019
Currently searching for a job in the workforce of Biochemistry
Lauren Barrett BA Chemistry 2019
Danielle Bickelman BS Chemistry 2019
Elizabeth Grego BS Biochemistry 2019
Currently attending graduate school @ Iowa State University
Eric Hilbert BS Chemistry 2019
Currently working @ EMSL Analytical in Cinnaminson, NJ
Daniel Staros BS ACS Chemistry 2019
Currently attending graduate school @ Brown University
Alison Martin BS Biochemistry 2018
Kimberly Hollister BS Biochemistry 2018
Currently attending graduate school @ the University of Virginia
Tonianne Bouselli BA Chemistry Education 2018
Francis Dello Buono BS Chemistry 2018
Currently working @ McCreath Labs
Rachael Dendler BA Chemistry 2018
Currently working @ a quality control job with American Nutrition
Devin Mulvey BS Chemistry 2018
Currently attending graduate school @ the University of Pittsburgh
Todd Poe BS ACS Chemistry 2018
Currently attending graduate school @ Florida State
Vincent Yaeger BS Biochemistry 2018
Stephanie Celio BS Chemistry 2017
Blake Durante BS ACS Chemistry 2017
Currently working @ Eurofins
Tyler Behrent BS Biochemistry 2017
Currently attending graduate school @ the University of Pennsylvania
Kristi Brittain BS ACS Nano Chemistry 2017
Junior Development Chemist @ Polymeric Systems Inc.
Daniel Callen BA Chemistry 2017
Currently attending graduate school @ Florida State
Olivia Fry BS ACS Chemistry 2017
Currently attending graduate school @ the University of Delaware
Morgan Lewis BS Biochemistry 2017
Currently working with "Teach For America"
Katherine Mullen BS Biochemistry 2017
Currently a Preventative Search and Rescue Intern @ Yosemite National Park. She then plans on returning to PA and working as an EMT while getting her Ski Patrol certification
Shana Wagner BS ACS Biochemistry 2017
Currently attending the University of Pittsburgh to maintain her Ph.D. in Biological Chemistry
Kelly Barko 2016
Currently working in a neuroscience lab @ the University of Pittsburgh
Megan Burke BS Biochemistry 2016
Laboratory Data Analyst @ Eurofins
Shelby Coleman BS Biochemistry 2016
Currently attending SUNY ESF for her Ph.D. in Environmental Chemistry
Frank Rodemer BS ACS Chemistry 2016
Currently attending graduate school at University of North Carolina Wilmington
Eric Thompson BS Nano Chemistry ACS 2016
Currently attending graduate school at John Hopkins University
Amanda Lacerte BS Biochemistry 2015
Analytical Chemist @ Johnson Matthey
James Gamler BS-Biochemistry 2015
James in employed by KP Pharmaceutical Technology in Bloomington, IN
Amanda Pritzlaff BS-Biochemistry 2015
Amanda is attending University of Florida for her PhD
Jocelyn Legere BS-Nano 2015
Jocelyn is attending Indiana University for her PhD
Zachary Roden BS Chemistry 2014
Attending PSU for PhD program
Christopher Hitcho BS Chemistry ACS 2014
Field Service Specialist @ Metrohm, USA
Conor Flynn BS Chemistry ACS 2014
Attending Bucknell University
Teresa Grimes BS-Biochemistry 2014
Teresa is employed at FedChem LLC as a junior research chemist
Kristie Darrah BS-Biochemistry 2014
Kristie is attending the University of Pittsburgh for her PhD in Bio-organic Chemistry
Brooke Shannon BS-Biochemistry 2014
Brooke is attending Pennsylvania College of Osteopathic Medicine
Thomas Malinski BS-Chemistry 2014
Thomas is attending Texas AandM for his PhD in Organic Chemistry
David Scatton BA Chemistry 2013
QC Lab Supervisor @ AEP Industries
Wesley Addison BS Biochemistry 2013
Analyst @ The Janssen Pharmaceutical companies of Johnson and Johnson
Jessica Viscomi BS Biochemistry 2013
Attending Graduate School @ East Carolina University on the Ph.D. track in Biochemistry and Molecular
Hannah Cronk BS Chemistry 2013
Attending Binghamton for Ph.D. in Material Chemistry
Scott Blackburn BS Chemistry ACS 2013
Associate Investigator at Chemours (His role is polymer synthesis/processing/characterization)
Christopher Houser BS Chemistry ACS 2013
Researcher @ Virginia Tech
Matthew Miele BS Chemistry ACS 2013
Analytical Chemist experienced in metabolomic analyses
Elizabeth Ola BS Chemistry ACS 2013
Research and Development Technician @ FMC Corp
Leonard Oddo BA-Chemistry 2013
Currently in the PharmD program at Wilkes University
Jennifer (Miller) Peake BS Biochemistry 2012
Works @ Bayer Healthcare as a QC Analyst
Jarid Metz BS Chemistry 2012
Graduate Research Assistant @ Colorado State University
Michael Eyerly BA Chemistry 2011
Lead Chemist @ Autoneum
Laura Kaldon BS Chemistry 2011
Research and Development Tech @ DuPont
Benjamin McFadden BS Chemistry ACS 2011
Research Scientist @ Evonik Oil Additives
Andrew Sibley BS Biochemistry 2010
Developmental Chemist @ Whitford Corp
Deborah Hunsberger BS Biochemistry 2009
Environmental Services Professional
Jonathan Shrimp BS-ACS 2009
Jonathan received his Ph.D. from Cornell University and completed Postdoctoral fellow at National Cancer Institute.
Evan Thursby BS-ACS 2009
Evan obtained his MS at Penn State. He is currently a higher education professional.
Dmitriy Mayorov BS 2009
Postdoctoral research associate at Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Shanna (Quinn) Mayorova BS-Biochemistry 2009
Shanna is pursuing a graduate degree at Texas A&M
Cody Warhurst BS Biochemistry 2008
Analytical Chemist, Mass Spec, Bioanalytics
Sarah Leshinski BS-ACS 2008
Sarah is attending graduate school at the University of Vermont.
Kaitlyn (Sanders) Thursby BS 2008
Kaitlyn obtained her MS at Penn State and is a chemistry teacher at Central Columbia. She is an adjunct at BU.
Chase Smith BS Sec. Ed 2008
Chase is currently teaching high school chemistry.
Heather Pursel BS-Biochemistry 2008
Research scientist at Johnson & Johnson.
Colleen Small BS 2008
Staff scientist II at Stone Environmental.
Rachel Harris BS Sec Ed/BS Math 2007
Rachel is currently teaching chemistry at North Schuylkill Area High School. Adjunct at BU.
Michael Giano BS-ACS-Biochemistry 2007
Mike is doing his Post Doc at Johnson & Johnson where he is a senior scientist. Ph.D. received from University of Delaware.
Nicholas Fox BS-ACS 2007
Nick obtained his Ph.D. from Texas A&M. He is now doing a Post Doc at Oxford England in rare disease research with Pfizer.
Kristyn (Roscioli) Johnson BS-ACS 2007
Kristyn is working at Idaho National Lab for Mass Spec on Nuclear.
Richard Heckrote BS-Chemistry 2006
Richard is currently teaching High School Chemistry in Southern Maryland at Westlake High School.
Adam Detweiler BS-Biochem 2005
Adam has accepted a position as a field service engineer with Perkin Elmer in New Jersey. He will be servicing HPLC, HPLC/MS, and GC/MS instruments.
Beth (Hueholt) Leavens BS-Chemistry 2005
Spring 2011 - Received Ph.D. from the University of Virginia. Currently with Chemicals Professional Houston, TX
Jon Novak BS-Education 2005
Jon is teaching chemistry at Clark County High School in Berryville, VA.
Michael Pennell BS-Biochem 2005
Mike has accepted a position at Lonza. Mike is working on the development of an organic compound library for the chemical company.
Chris DeVore BS-ACS 2005
Chris is working at Corning Inc., in their research and development division, in Corning, N.Y. He is working on fuel cells, flexible displays (LCD), and catalytic converters (ceramic).
Tim Brockman BS 2005
Tim is currently a senior chemist with Integra LifeSciences in Plainsboro NJ.
Josh Spragle BS-ACS 2004
Senior Quality Engineer at B. Braum Medical.
Katie (Hershour) McMahon BS 2004
Katie is working as a Clinical Systems analyst at Shamokin Area Community Hospital.
Christopher Nase BS Chemistry 2003
Environmental Engineer @ Kleinfelder
Melissa Alvarez BS-Clinical 2003
Melissa is working as a medical technologist for the Miller-Keystone Blood Center. miselaT@aol.com
Nathan Kreischer BS-ACS-Biochemistry 2003
Nathan received his MS in Biological Chemistry at the University of Pennsylvania. Currently he is the Associate Director- Global Project & Alliance Management (Merk).
Christina Crecca BS-ACS 2003
Chrissy earned her PhD in theoretical chemistry at the University of Florida and is currently a post-doc at Boston University.
Erika Hess BS Chemistry 2002
Experienced Research Scientist w/ Leadership Experience, Bristol-Myers Squibb
Jennifer Schott BS Dec 2002
Jen is employed at Environmental Standards, Inc., as a quality assurance chemist. In that position she provides third party validation of laboratory sample results from
environmental testing. email@example.com
Melinda (Hill) Einsla BS-ACS Dec 2002, PhD - Virginia Tech '06
Melinda successfully defended her Ph.D. at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in April 2006 and accepted a post-doctoral position at Los Alamos National
Labs. She is currently employed as a Senior Scientist at Rohm and Haas.
Amy Prisk BS Clinical Chem 2002
Amy is a research scientist in a bioanalytical group at Sanofi-Aventis. Her work involves analyzing biological samples from clinical trials using LC/MS/MS, method
development and validation, and stability protocols. firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeffrey Kakaley BS Chemistry ACS 2002
Analytical Developmental Scientist @ YMC America
Kathy Maylath BS Chemistry ACS 2001
Chemist @ PPandL
Joshua Stone BS-ACS 2001
Josh finished a masters degree in chemistry at Bucknell University in 2003 and is now working at the General Electric Global Research Center near Schenectady, NY.
Shiela Gradwell BS-ACS 2001
Shiela has entered the Ph.D. program in chemistry at Virginia Tech.
Crystal Hosler Sec Ed Chemistry 2001
Steve Bransfield BS-ACS 2000
Steve received his Ph.D. from John Hopkins in 2007. He is an Operations Research Analyst @ Volpe, The National Transporation Systems Center.
John Tamblin BS-Education 2000
STEM teacher at East Lycoming, STEM adjunct @ BU and also a chemistry teacher at East Lycoming School District.
Jeff Coleman BS '99
Jeff is a graduate student at the University of Arizona doing research on an ABC transport protein.
Crissie Bauer BS-ACS '99
Crissie finished her PhD at the University of Arizona in 2005. She is currently a post-doc at UCLA and proud author of a review paper: Luminescent metal–organic
frameworks in Chem Soc Review (Chem. Soc. Rev., 2009, 38, 1330–1352).
Brad Lewandowski BS-ACS '99
Brad is a graduate student at the University of Hawaii
Monica Reinard BS-ACS '99
Monica is a chemist in process technology for Merck & Co., Inc.
Barry Husowitz BS-ACS '99 Double major in chemistry and math
Barry earned a MS in Quantum Chemistry from Youngstown State University and a Ph.D. in Theoretical Statistical Mechanics from the University of Arizona. He is
currently a post-doc at the University of Massachusetts.
Cathy Carr BSEd '99
Cathy is a chemistry teacher teaching 11th grade chemistry and introductory physics at Hillsborough (NJ) High School.
Jeremy Hetrick BS-ACS '98
Analytical Lab Supervisor, Johnson & Johnson. McNeil Consumer Healthcare Division.
Angela (Gilby) Tobey BS-ACS '98
After graduation from BU, Angie worked for Rohm & Haas where she was a polymer and analytical chemist developing and analyzing new powder polymer
coatings. She is now a stay-at-home mom and active Facebooker.
Karen Jansson BS '97
Applications Chemist & Lab Manager @ CDS Analytical (Greater Philadelphia).
Nancy (Kulikoski) Corrigan BS-ACS '97
Nancy is a chemist and works in analytical support of clinical and pre-clinical drug compounds for DuPont Pharmaceuticals.
Michael Bradshaw BS-ACS '97
Mike is a Research & Development Level II Chemist at the Sherwin-Williams Company in Ohio.
Jonathan Landis BS-ACS '97
Jonathan works as a chemist in San Diego for Argen, the largest dental gold producer in the world.
Michael Galella BS-ACS '97
Mike works as an Assistant Research Scientist in Analytical Research & Development at Bristol-Myers Squibb. The group he works in performs solid state
characterization analysis of pharmaceutical crystal systems.
Michael Bacica BS '96
Michael is currently working as an anyaltical chemist at Favrille in San Diego, working on a personal cancer vaccine. Michael earned a MS in chemistry from the University
of Houston in 1998.
Robert Kozicki BS-ACS '95
Vice President of Andrew S. McCreath and Son.
Eric Kemp BS-ACS '95
Eric works as an analytical chemist in analytical method development at Merck and Company, Inc. He is also finishing a master's degree at Lehigh University.
William Harris BS-ACS '95; JD '99 Duschene U
Bill is a native of Lehigh Valley, a member of the Board of Directors of the Lehigh County Bar Association and a member of the Northhampton County and Pennsylvania
Bar Associations. Harris' practice focuses on all aspects of commercial litigation, real estate and business law. Harris is a former clerk to the Honorable William F. Moran of
the Court of Common Pleas of Northampton County. (Taken from the Davison & McCarthy professional corporation announcement.)
Scott Griffith, DMD BS '94
Scott is a dentist in private practice.
Paul Verdino BS '94
Paul is a Senior Forensic Scientist with the New Jersey State Police in the Toxicology Division. Obtained MS in Forensic Science at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in
Jason Swancer BS Chemistry ACS 1993
Chemist at PA Dept. of Agriculture
Georgeann Zitkus BA '93
Georgeann works for Air Products and Chemicals where she is a Principal Technology Analyst/Business Intelligence.
Richard Grater BS Chemistry 1993
Principal Associate Scientist @ Biogen Idec
Susan Dallabrida BA '93
Susan Dallabrida graduated cum laude from B.U. in 1993 with dual majors; a BA in Chemistry and a BS in Biology. After graduation, she went to Penn State where she
earned a PhD in molecular biology and biochemistry. Susan completed post-doctoral studies at the Children’s Hospital Boston/Harvard Medical School and is currently
a faculty member there. Most recently, she was awarded the Harvard Catalyst Pilot Award from the Harvard Clinical and Translational Science Center at Harvard, a very
prestigious accomplishment. She is Vice President of eCOA Clinical Science & Consulting at ERT.
Brendan Donegan Sec Ed Chemistry 1991
Science Teacher @ Roxbury High School
Carl Edwards BS-ACS '91
Carl is a head technician in the quality control lab at Sunoco Refining and Marketing, Inc. where he tests petroleum products and waste water.
Philip Behm BS-ACS '91
Phil is a research and development chemist with Air Products and Chemicals
Kerry Dunbar BS-ACS '91
Kerry works for Baxter Healthcare Corporation in California where she supervises the purification of proteins.
Richard Dunbar BS-ACS '91 PhD SUNY at Buffalo
Richard manages the quality control laboratory for three drug delivery technologies at 3M Pharmaceuticals.
Jackie (Sassaman) Miller BS-ACS '91
Jackie earned a Master's degree in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Delaware. She is now the manager of the Technical Operations Services at Accugenix in
Newark DE. They do bacterial identification for pharmacology and research groups by comparative DNA sequencing.
Tom Kuntzleman Sec Ed Chemistry 1991
Professor of Chemistry @ Spring Arbor University
Brian Weaver BS Chemistry 1990
Pharmacy Analyst @ Meta Healthcare IT Solutions
Allison Aschman BS-ACS ‘90
Allison earned a PhD in analytical chemistry from Duke (1995); Director, IPA Capital Solutions.
Robert "Marty" Martynowych BS '90
Marty is a forester for the PA Dept. of Conservation & Natural Resources.
Edward A'Zary BS '64
Edward A'Zary earned a BS in Chemistry from BU and a PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario. After a full career of teaching and
working in private industry, his last position was Director of Forensic Toxicology at Quest Diagnostics, Inc. After retiring, Dr. A'Zary has "returned home" and is teaching
chemistry courses part-time at BU.