Chemistry Newsletter - 03/18/2002

 

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Department of Chemistry Newsletter


XXVI - No. 11 March 18th, 2002

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Welcome to Carolyn Williams

Carolyn Williams has accepted our offer to become the new Chemistry Department Academic Department Manager replacing Jan Froding. She will start on May 1. Carolyn brings an exceptionally strong background to the position. Carolyn has a BS in Microbiology and Public Health from UW-Oshkosh with a minor in Chemistry and Business Administration. She also has a Master's Degree in Business Administration from UW-Whitewater. She has been the Administrator/Research Program Manager for the University of Wisconsin Medical School Comprehensive Cancer Center where she had 10 years of experience with accounting and budgeting, human resource management and training, strategic planning and management, and grant writing. She has been instrumental in the Center's success in attracting major grant funding. I am very pleased that we were able to attract someone as strong as Carolyn for this position. Congratulations and Welcome Carolyn!

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Department and Finance Committee Meeting Schedule

Department Meetings --- Tuesdays - 1:30 PM - Room 8335 Chemistry

April 9th, 2002 May 14th, 2002

Finance Committee Meetings --- Tuesdays ---1:20 PM - Chair's Office

April 2nd, 2002 April 16th, 2002
May 7th, 2002 May 21st, 2002

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SEMINARS

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Tuesday, March 19th, 2002 - Organic Seminar, 3:30 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Professor Barney Ellison, University of Colorado. "Organic Aerosols, Free Radicals, and the Fate of the Earth"

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Tuesday, March 19th, 2002 - Pharmacology Seminar, 12:00 Noon, Biotechnology Center Auditorium, Room 1111, 425 Henry Mall. Associate Professor Jan Kitajewski, UW-Madison. "Notch Signaling in Vascular Biology"

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*****CANCELLED*****Wednesday, March 20th, 2002 - Inorganic Seminar, 3:30 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Claudia Turro, Ohio State University.

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Thursday, March 21st, 2002 - Analytical Sciences Seminar, 12:15 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Professor Thomas P. Beebe, University of Delaware. "Molecule Corrals: Containers for Molecular Monolayers and Templates for Nanostructures"

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Thursday, March 21st, 2002 - Organic Seminar, 11:00 a.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Christopher Ciolli.

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Thursday, March 21st, 2002 - Organic Materials Chemistry Seminar, 1:30 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Professor Geoffrey W. Coates, Cornell University. "Synthetic Polymers From Nature: New Catalysts for the Synthesis of Biodegradable Polymers From Renewable Resources"

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Friday, March 22nd, 2002 - Rheology Research Center - 3M Lectures, 12:05 p.m., Room 1800 Engineering Hall. Paula Wood-Adams, Concordia.

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Tuesday, March 26th, 2002 - Pharmacology Seminar, 12:00 Noon, Biotechnology Center Auditorium, Room 1111, 425 Henry Mall. Professor Peggy Farnham, UW-Madison.

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Monday, April 1st, 2002 - Sprague Lecture Series, 3:30 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Professor Dudley Williams, Cambridge University. "Origins, and determinations of Chemical Complexity"

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Tuesday, April 2nd, 2002 - Sprague Lecture Series, 3:30 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Professor Dudley Williams, Cambridge University. "How to kill resistant bacteria - the Vancomycin story"

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Tuesday, April 2nd, 2002 - Physical Chemistry Seminar, 11:00 a.m. Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Professor John Papanikolas, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.

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Tuesday, April 2nd, 2002 - Chemical Engineering Seminar, 1:00 p.m., 1610 Engineering Hall. L.S. Fan, Ohio State. "Systems/Control"

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Wednesday, April 3rd, 2002 - Catalysis Series Seminar, 3:30 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Henry Bryndza, DuPont.

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Thursday, April 4th, 2002 - Sprague Lecture Series, 11:00 a.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Professor Dudley Williams, Cambridge University. "Promoting Binding and Catalysis through Cooperativity"

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Thursday, April 4th, 2002 - Analytical Sciences Seminar, 12:15 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Professor Jonathan Sweedler, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

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Friday, April 5th, 2002 - Chemistry Colloquia - Analytical Sciences Seminar, 4:00 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Professor Christie Enke, University of New Mexico. "Electrospray Ionization for Mass Spectrometry: How It Works and When It Doesn't"

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Tuesday April 9th, 2002 - Organic McElvain Seminar, 3:30 p.m., Rm 1315 Chemistry Building. Professor Eric T. Kool, Stanford University. "Mimicking the Molecules and Mechanisms of DNA Replication."

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Tuesday, April 9th, 2002 - Chemical Engineering Seminar, 1:00 p.m., 1610 Engineering Hall. H.C. Chang, Notre Dame. "Electrokinetic Microfluidics"

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Thursday, April 11th, 2002 - Special Seminar, 3:30 p.m., Room 8335 Chemistry Building. Professor Jennie R. Jo, Ph.D, MPH, R.N. "Dying While Waiting: The Fate of Navajo Uranium Miners"

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*****CANCELLED*****Friday, April 12th, 2002 - Inorganic Seminar, 1:20 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Mathias Beller, University of Rostock, Germany.

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Monday, April 15th, 2002 - Catalysis Series Seminar, 2:25 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Susannah Scott, University of Ottawa.

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Tuesday, April 16th, 2002 - Physical Chemistry Meloche Lecture, 11:00 a.m. Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Professor Andreas Heuer, University of Munster.

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Wednesday, April 17th, 2002 - Catalysis Series Seminar (McElvain Seminar), 3:30 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Maurice Brookhart, UNC-Chapel Hill.

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Thursday, April 18th, 2002 - Analytical Sciences Seminar, 12:15 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Professor S. Scott Saavedra, University of Arizona.

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Monday, April 22nd, 2002 - Catalysis Series Seminar (McElvain Seminar), 2:25 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. R. Morris Bullock, Brookhaven National Laboratory.

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Tuesday, April 23rd, 2002 - Catalysis Series Seminar (Organic Series), 3:30 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. John Hartwig, Yale University.

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Tuesday, April 23rd, 2002 - Physical Chemistry McElvain Seminar, 11:00 a.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building, Professor Richard Zare, Stanford. "Prospects for Advances in Micro and Nanoscale Chemical Analysis"

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Tuesday, April 23rd, 2002 - Chemical Engineering Seminar, 1:00 p.m., 1227 Engineering Hall. Andrew Gellman, Carnegie Mellon University. "Surface Chemistry"

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Wednesday, April 24th, 2002 - Catalysis Series Seminar, 3:30 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. John Hartwig, Yale University.

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Thursday, April 25th, 2002 - Analytical Sciences Seminar, 12:15 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Chris Pawela, Graduate Student.

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Wednesday, April 29th, 2002 - Catalysis Series Seminar, 3:30 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Howard Turner, Symyx Technologies.

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Tuesday, April 30th, 2002 - Chemical Engineering Seminar, 11:00 a.m., 1610 Engineering Hall. T. Kyle Vanderlick, Princeton University. "Driving Biological Membranes to the Breaking Point: Fundamental Studies Using Lipid Vesicles"

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Wednesday, May 1st, 2002 - Inorganic Seminar, 3:30 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Jeffery Zink, University of California-Los Angeles.

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Thursday, May 2nd, 2002 - Analytical Sciences Seminar, 12:15 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Sang (Alex) Lim, Graduate Student.

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Friday, May 3rd, 2002 - Chemistry Colloquia, 4:00 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Madeline Jacobs, Editor-In-Chief, C&E News. "The Challenges of Editing the Newsmagizine of the Chemical World"

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Monday, May 6th, 2002 - Catalysis Series Seminar, 2:25 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Emilio Bunel, Eli Lilly.

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Tuesday, May 7th, 2002 - Physical Chemistry Seminar, 11:00 a.m. Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Professor Christian Griesinger, University of Frankfurt.

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Tuesday, May 7th, 2002 - Chemical Engineering Seminar, 4:00 p.m., 1227 Engineering Hall. Matthias Scheffler, Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft. "Get Real! The Importance of Complexity for Understanding the Functions of Surfaces"

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Wednesday, May 8th, 2002 - Inorganic Seminar, 3:30 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Tom Spiro, Princeton University.

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Thursday, May 9th, 2002 - Analytical Sciences Seminar, 12:15 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Professor Marc D. Porter, Iowa State University.

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Tuesday, May 14th, 2002 - Physical Chemistry Willard Lecture, 11:00 a.m. Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Professor Carlos Bustamante, University of California-Berkeley.

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Monday, May 20th, 2002 - Analytical Sciences Seminar, 12:15 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Yan Chen, Graduate Student.

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Tuesday, May 21st, 2002 - Analytical Sciences Seminar, 12:15 p.m., Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Xiaoyu Chen, Graduate Student.

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RECENT PUBLICATIONS

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Reich IL; Reich HJ; Kneer N; Lardy H.

Ergosteroids V: Preparation and biological activity of various D-ring derivatives in the 7-oxo-dehydroepiandrosterone series.

STEROIDS 2002, Vol 67, Iss 3-4, pp 221-233.

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Kiessling LL; Cairo CW.

Hitting the sweet spot.

NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY 2002, Vol 20, Iss 3, pp 234-235.

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Qiu XH; Ediger MD.

Entanglement effects in polyethylene melts: C-13 NMR relaxation experiments.

MACROMOLECULES 2002, Vol 35, Iss 5, pp 1691-1698.

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Strother T; Knickerbocker T; Russell JN; Butler JE; Smith LM; Hamers RJ.

Photochemical functionalization of diamond films.

LANGMUIR 2002, Vol 18, Iss 4, pp 968-971.

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Yang L; Cerrina F; Taylor JW.

Bright peak enhanced x-ray clear phase mask.

JOURNAL OF VACUUM SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY B 2002, Vol 20, Iss 1, pp 250-256.

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Wilkens SJ; Westler WM; Weinhold F; Markley JL.

Trans-hydrogen-bond (h2)J(NN) and (h1)J(NH) couplings in the DNA A-T base pair: Natural bond orbital analysis.

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 2002, Vol 124, Iss 7, pp 1190-1191.

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Deck KM; Tseng TA; Burstyn JN.

Triisopropyltriazacyclononane copper(II): An efficient phosphodiester hydrolysis catalyst and DNA cleavage agent.

INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 2002, Vol 41, Iss 4, pp 669-677.

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Gestwicki JE; Strong LE; Cairo CW; Boehm FJ; Kiessling LL.

Cell aggregation by scaffolded receptor clusters.

CHEMISTRY & BIOLOGY 2002, Vol 9, Iss 2, pp 163-169.

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Herbert JM; Harriman JE.

Contraction relations for Grassmann products of reduced density matrices and implications for density matrix reconstruction.

PHYSICAL REVIEW A 2002, Vol 65, Iss 2, art. no. 022511.

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Jenkins CL; Raines RT.

Insights on the conformational stability of collagen.

NATURAL PRODUCT REPORTS 2002, Vol 19, Iss 1, pp 49-59.

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Cairo CW; Gestwicki JE; Kanai M; Kiessling LL.

Control of multivalent interactions by binding epitope density.

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 2002, Vol 124, Iss 8, pp 1615-1619.

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Smith LM; Waleffe F.

Generation of slow large scales in forced rotating stratified turbulence.

JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS 2002, Vol 451, pp 145-168.

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Zimmerman HE; Nesterov EE.

Development of experimental and theoretical crystal lattice organic photochemistry: The quantitative cavity. Mechanistic and exploratory organic photochemistry.

ACCOUNTS OF CHEMICAL RESEARCH 2002, Vol 35, Iss 2, pp 77-85.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

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Chemistry/Physics - Department of Chemistry and Engineering Physics, University of Wisconsin-Platteville. Applications are invited for a teaching academic staff position in chemistry and physics for the 2002-2003 academic year beginning late August, 2002. Teaching responsibilities will be introductory courses in chemistry and possibly introductory physics labs. An M.S. degree in chemistry or related field is required, a Ph.D. is preferred. Applicants should have good written and oral communication skills and a commitment to teaching undergraduates. Salary is competitive and commensurate with education and experience. Candidates should send a letter of application and vita and have three letters of recommendation sent to: Dr. James P. Hamilton, Chair, Search Committee, Department of Chemistry and Engineering Physics, UW-Platteville, 1 University Plaza, Platteville, WI 53818-3099. E-mail: hamiltoj@uwplatt.edu. Screening will begin on April 8, 2002, and continue until the position is filled.

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University of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan Structural Sciences Centre (SSSC). The Saskatchewan Structural Sciences Centre (SSSC) is a multidisciplinary research centre established with financial support from the Canada Foundation for Innovation, the Government of Saskatchewan and the University of Saskatchewan. It is intended to provide structure-determination services for researchers in Universities, Government Laboratories and the private sector, and is complementary to the new Canadian Light Source (Synchrotron) currently under construction at the University of Saskatchewan. Research Officer (Optical Spectroscopy). Please Quote Competition Number A01073. Applications are sought from qualified scientists to fill a permanent staff position in optical spectroscopy. Duties: The research officer in optical spectroscopy will be responsible for instructing researchers in optical spectroscopy through the development of short courses and tutorials. The officer will also be responsible for development of spectroscopic methods, supervising users, implementing safety rules, helping non-experts in the interpretation of optical spectra, and the maintenance and upgrade of the suite of optical instruments including a variety of lasers and spectrometers. The officer will be involved in collaborative research and will be responsible to the Manager of the SSSC. Minimum of a M.Sc. degree in spectroscopy with experience in modern optical spectroscopic techniques or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience with pulsed and cw lasers and experience working in a multidisciplinary research environment would be major assets. Anticipated starting salary in the range of CAD$40,000 to $50,000, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Applications for the position of Research Officer (SSSC) will be accepted until a suitable candidate is found. Submit applications in writing, complete with resume and names of references to: Human Resources Division, E120 Administration Building, 105 Administration Place, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada S7N 5A2, Fax: (306) 966-7026.

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The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Utah State University seeks to fill a lecturer position for the 2002-2003 academic year, pending availability of funds. Teaching responsibilities will include introductory chemistry courses. Minimum degree B.S. in Chemistry/Biochemistry required prior to start date. Prior chemistry teaching experience preferred. Strong written and oral communication skills required. Applications from qualified women and minorities are strongly encouraged. More information about the university and department can be found at http://www.usu.edu and http://www.chem.usu.edu. The search committee will begin reviewing applications on April 22, 2002 and will continue until the position is filled. Applications for the position should include a curriculum vita and three letters of recommendation and should be sent to: Lecturer Search Committee, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Utah State University, 0300 Old Main Hill, Logan, UT 84322-0300. Further inquires can be directed to Jill Griffeth at secretary@cc.usu.edu or 435-797-1619.

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FACULTY POSITIONS/TEMPORARY FACULTY/ACADEMIC POSITIONS

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Faculty Position, Biophysical Chemistry. The Department of Chemistry at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln seeks to fill a tenure-track position in biophysical chemistry at the Assistant Professor level, starting Fall 2002. Candidates who are interested in the structural determination of biomolecules using NMR are especially encouraged to apply. Our department has 600, 500, and 300 MHz NMR spectrometers; a new 400 MHz NMR spectrometer will be installed in 2002. All applicants should have a demonstrated research record, the potential for establishing a significant externally funded research program, and an interest in undergraduate and graduate teaching. Preference will be given to those whose interests complement current research in the department. Candidates should submit a letter of application, curriculum vita, and statement of research interests, and should also arrange to have three letters of reference sent to the search chair. Reply to: Prof. Larry Parkhurst, Biophysical Search Committee Chair, Department of Chemistry, 525 Hamilton Hall, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE 68588-0304; Fax: 402- 472-2044; E-mail: lgalusha2@unl.edu. The screening of applicants will begin May 1, 2002, and will continue until a suitable candidate is found. More information on our department can be found at http://www.chem.unl.edu. The University of Nebraska is committed to a pluralistic campus through Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity, and is responsive to the needs of dual career couples. We assure reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act. For assistance, contact Leann Galusha at 402-472-3634.

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Elizabethtown College invites applications for a tenure track appointment at the Assistant Professor level beginning in August, 2002. Applicants interested in a temporary appointment to this position are also welcome. A Ph.D. in organic chemistry is required. Applicants should have a strong commitment to undergraduate learning. The successful candidate will have teaching responsibilities for organic chemistry at the introductory and advanced levels and will be expected to establish an enthusiastic and vigorous undergraduate research program. Additional strength in biochemistry or molecular modeling is desirable. Information on the department's facilities and program is available at: http://www.etown.edu. Department curricula include an ACS approved professional major and an undergraduate major in biochemistry. Organic chemistry in the first year, integrated upper level laboratories, and a required research experience provide innovative support for student learning. Department programs graduate approximately 10 majors per year. Applications will be reviewed as received until the position is filled. To apply forward a letter of application, curriculum vitae, statements of undergraduate teaching philosophy and research interests, and letters of recommendation from three professional colleagues to: Nancy E. Florey, Director of Human Resources, Eizabethtown College, One Alpha Drive, Elizabethtown, PA 17022, E-mail: floreyne@acad.etown.edu.

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Faculty Position, Biophysical Chemistry. The Department of Chemistry at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln seeks to fill a tenure-track position in biophysical chemistry at the Assistant Professor level, starting Fall 2002. Candidates who are interested in the structural determination of biomolecules using NMR are especially encouraged to apply. Our department has 600, 500, imd 300 MHz NMR spectrometers; a new 400 MHz NMR spectrometer will be installed in 2002. All applicants should have a demonstrated research record, the potential for establishing a significant externally funded research program, and an interest in undergraduate and graduate teaching. Preference will be given to those whose interests complement current research in the department. Candidates should submit a letter of application, curriculum vita, and statement of research interests, and should also arrange to have three letters of reference sent to the search chair. Reply to: Prof. Larry Parkhurst, Biophysical Search Committee Chair, Department of Chemistry, 525 Hamilton Hall, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE 68588-0304; Fax: 402-472-2044; E-mail: lgalusha2@unl.edu. The screening of applicants will begin May 1, 2002, and will continue until a suitable candidate is found. More information on our department can be found at http://www.chem.unl.edu.

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Elgin Community College is pleased to announce our search for a tenure-track faculty position in Chemistry (1 Spring 2003). Two-years of college teaching or counseling experience preferred for faculty positions. Further details regarding these openings may be accessed at http://www.elgin.edu. The College seeks outstanding applicants who share a commitment to diversity in an environment that values learning, integrity, excellence, fairness, caring, freedom of inquiry, and accountability. ECC faculty and staff enjoy one of the most competitive salary and benefits packages in the Illinois Community College System, which is ranked as one of the best in the Nation. Interested applicants should forward a letter of application stating their interest in the position, copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts (originals required prior to appointment), a copy of their professional vita, including names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three to five references, and an Elgin Community College employment application form. Employment applications may be downloaded at: http://www.elgin.edu or completed at the ECC Office of Human Resources. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Initial screening will begin immediately. Application materials clearly indicating position for which applying should be forwarded to: Office of Human Resources, Elgin Community College, 1700 Spartan Drive, Elgin, Illinois 60123-7193.

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POSTDOCTORAL POSITION AND/OR JOBS

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Professor Steve C. Zimmerman of The University of Illinois has a number of postdoctoral openings in his group over the next several months. The projects range from developing new DNA bases to supramolecular polymer chemistry and "monomolecular imprinting." Additional information including lead references is available on request. Applicants should send their c.v. to: Steven C. Zimmerman, Professor of Chemistry, 600 S. Mathews Ave., MC712, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL 61801, Ph: 217.333.6655, FAX: 217.244.9919, e-mail: sczimmer@uiuc.edu, web: http://ludwig.scs.uiuc.edu.

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The group of Prof. L. DiMauro at Brookhaven National Laboratory has an opening for a postdoctoral research associate in experimental atomic and optical physics. The individual will primarily be working on problems in intense field atomic physics and quantum control. Our group is part of a DOE funded network in studying novel approaches for generating and detecting attosecond (10-18 s) light pulses. These studies will lay the foundations for a quantum jump in ultra-short pulse technology approaching the atomic unit of time. The group is also active in the development and application in nonlinear optics using short wavelength free-electron lasers at Brookhaven. Experience in short pulse lasers and ultra-high vacuum techniques is desirable, although I seek the best overall experimentalists.The start date is flexible but funding will be available by summer 2002. For further information, please contact Louis DiMauro at: dimauro@bnl.gov. To apply for this position, please send your CV and names of three references to: Louis F. DiMauro, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY 11973, Tel: 631-344-4323, Fax: 631-344-5815.

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Postdoctoral Position in Chemistry Education at the University of New Hampshire, Department of Chemistry in association with a NSF Course, Curriculum and Laboratory Improvement project "Integrating the NSF Chemistry Systemic Initiatives"and the UNH Preparing Future Faculty program. Activities may encompass: trial and evaluation of curriculum modules, assessment of intellectual and personal growth of students, research on student learning, classroom or laboratory instruction, development of teaching assistant pedagogic content knowledge, development of lab and classroom activities. Term of appointment is flexible. Joint appointments with research groups may be possible. PhD in Chemistry with strong interest or experience with pedagogy or PhD in Chemical/Science Education required. Position available immediately. Reviews will continue until position is filled. UNH is committed to excellence through diversity among its faculty and strongly encourages women and minorities to apply. Send curriculum vitae, three letters or names of reference, and statement of professional interest in chemistry education to: Prof. Christopher F. Bauer, Dept. of Chemistry, Univ. of New Hampshire, Durham, NH 03824; or email: cfb@cisunix.unh.edu .

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The Ph.D. Program in Cellular and Clinical Neurobiology at Wayne State University currently has openings for 1-2 highly qualified applicants for the 2002-2003 academic year. Successful applicants will receive comprehensive training in molecular, cellular, systems and clinical neurobiology, leading to the award of a Ph.D. in Cellular and Clinical Neurobiology. These positions are fully funded, including stipend (beginning at $17,500), tuition and health insurance. If you know of potential applicants, please refer them to the web site listed above for further details and an on-line preapplication. Complete applications must be received by April 15th for fullest consideration. Send to: Paul Walker Ph.D., Director, CCN Program, Interdisciplinary PhD Training in Neuroscience, Wayne State University School of Medicine. Additional information about this job can be found at: http://www.med.wayne.edu/neurosciene.

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