Wright State University
College of Science and Mathematics

Department of Chemistry

202 Oelman Hall
(937) 775-2855
chemistry@wright.edu

suzanne lunsford, ph.d - vita


Suzanne Lunsford, Professor
466 Oelman Hall
Department of Chemistry                                                                     
Wright State University                                                            
3640 Colonel Glenn Highway                                                          
Dayton, OH, 45435
USA

Voice: 937- 775-2480
Fax: 937-775-2717
email: suzanne.lunsford@wright.edu
URL: http://www.chm.wright.edu/lunsford


Education  
Post-Doctoral Associate, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati OH
Mentor:  Dr. Harry B. Mark, Jr.

Ph.D. Analytical/Inorganic Chemistry, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

B.S. Chemistry, Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH

Professional Activities
American Chemical Society
Ohio Project Improving Undergraduate Education
National Science Teachers Association
Electrochemical Society
American Association for the Advancement of Science
Teacher Club at Wright State University, 1/08-present

REVIEWING OF JOURNALS AND GRANTS:

Reviewer for Analytical Science Digital Library (ASDL, www.aslib.org), electrochemistry/ analytical educational labs; 1/09-present.

Reviewer for J. of Electroanalytical Chemistry, “Assembly of Polyoxometalate on Electrospun Cellulose Acetate Nanofibers Modified Electrode and Its Electrocatalytic Applications”, 11/09.

Reviewer for International J. of Chemical Reactor Engineering, “Optimization of Process Parameters for the Photocatalytic Degradation of 2,4-Dichlorophenol in Aqueous Solutions”, 11/08.

Reviewer for Electrochimica Acta, “Preparation and Characterization of Porous Electrochemical Sensors and Its Application for Voltammetric Determination of Paracetamol”, 11/08.

Reviewer for Ohio Board of Regents, Louisiana, “Developing a Reaction Chamber to Measure the Surface Photoactivity of Metal Oxides and Films” 11/08.

Reviewer for Talanta :
“1-Furoylthiourea Sonogel-Carbon-electrodes. Structural and Electrochemical Characterization” 1/09.

“The Electrochemical Behavior of Epinephrine and Uric Acid at Sonogel L-Cysteine Modified Electrode”12/08.

Reviewer for J. of Nanoengineering and Nanosystems “Preparation of Ordered Mesoporous TiO2 and Its Photocatalytic Activity” 3/09

Teaching Experience 

  
Associate Professor of Chemistry - Wright State University, Dayton, OH
Teaching responsibilities at Wright State University include graduate level chemical education courses for the Interdisciplinary Master of Science in Teaching, the Early and Middle School Chemical Education courses (Concepts in Chemistry I and II), General Chemistry (Reaction Dynamics- CHM123), and Advanced Inorganic Chemistry.  Additional teaching responsibilities include mentoring undergraduate and graduate level research students. 

Wright State University College of Science and Mathematics Award for Outstanding Teaching 2004-2005

Courses Taught: ** Designates the courses developed by Suzanne K. Lunsford

Chemistry 420:  Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
Chemistry 102:  Elementary Organic Chemistry
Chemistry 123:  Reaction Dynamics
Chemistry 246** Pre-service chemical education, part I
Chemistry 346** Pre-service chemical education, part II
Chemistry 520:   Graduate course Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
Chemistry 645** Concepts in Chemistry I part of Interdisciplinary Master of Science in Teaching
Chemistry 650** Concepts in Chemistry II part of Interdisciplinary Master of Science in Teaching
Chemistry 698** Graduate level chemistry course for in-service teachers funded by the Ohio Board of Regents –Project PIES, PI:  Suzanne K. Lunsford when held at Duke University Marine Lab

Thesis Director

Master Theses Completed at Wright State University

  1. Rachel Kingdom, Master in Chemistry, November 2009
    “Incorporating Mercury Into A Conducting Polymer Matrix Containing Poly(2,2’-Bithiophene)”, Master in Chemistry


  2. Christina L. Butler (Co-Advisor with Dr. E. Hauser), Master in Science Teaching, March 2010  “Water Quality Parameters:  An Interpretation of Test Results Compiled by Middle School 5th Graders; An Inquiry-Based Experience”, Master of Science in Teaching Geology

  3. Nicole Speelman, Master in Chemistry, March 2009
    “A Lab to STEMulate Undergraduate Students into Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Majors”, Master in Chemistr

  4. Jelynn Stinson, Master in Chemistry, May 2007
    “The Electroanalytical Performance of Sonogel-Carbon Titanium (IV) Oxide Electrodes versus Conducting Polymer Electrodes”, Master in Chemistry

  5. Christina S. Gilpin, Master in Science Teaching, May 2005
    “On-Line Interactive Training Simulation For Laboratory Technicians”, Master of Science in Teaching Geology

Present Student Theses Supervising at Wright State University

  1. Phuong Khanh Quoc Nguyen graduate student Ph.D., Environmental Science Ph.D., Program started Fall 2010

  2. Amber Yeary-present graduate student Master in Chemistry

  3. Paul Dombrowski-present graduate student Master in Chemistry

Ph.D., Theses Member of Committees at University of Cincinnati

  1.  Hyeok Choi, Ph.D., Graduated June 8, 2007, University of Cincinnati, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
    Dissertation Title: “Novel Preparation of Nanostructured Titanium Dioxide Photocatalytic Particles, Films, Membranes, and Devices for Environmental Applications” 
    Job Placement: Oak Ridge Institute of Science and Education (ORISE) Research Fellow: August 1, 2007 Land Remediation and Pollution Control Division (LRPCD), National Risk Management Research Laboratory (NRMRL), US Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, Ohio.

  2.  Yongjun Chen, Ph.D., Graduated June 21, 2008, University of Cincinnati, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
    Dissertation Title: “The Role of Preparation Conditions in Sol-Gel Methods on the Synthesis of Nanostructured Photocatalytic Films for Water Treatment ” 
    Job Placement: College of Environmental Science and Engineering in the South Chinese University of Technology

Research Experience
Physical science professional development research integrating the National Science Education Standards and the Ohio State Standards in all science classrooms.  Utilizing and developing inquiry-based physical science lessons to analyze content gains and achievements in school districts and assist in retaining the content knowledge.  Additionally, analytical labs are being devised into an inquiry-based method/problem solving scheme to assist in the development of undergraduate research students’ skills in electroanalytical chemistry and instrumental analysis.

Research Skills  
Recent research has been working on modifying electrodes with organic and inorganic functional groups that will assist with developing a selective sensor to detect common organic and biological molecules such as phenols/neurotransmitters.
 
Providing professional development workshops/opportunities to help in-service teachers in the northern Ohio area develop inquiry-based science lessons that are needed to meet the national and state standards in their science classrooms.  Assisting teachers with technological and analytical instrumental skills needed for today’s classroom.  Providing on-line science course for teachers who have participated in the “Partners in Integrated Earth Systems Science.”  Assist teachers with instrumental /laboratory/technological skills in order to develop classrooms to meet all students needs regardless of any physical or learning disabilities. 

Instrumental research skills include:  modifying electrode surfaces, developing sensors, CV, HPLC, GC, IR, UV-VIS, and NMR spectroscopy and spectroelectrochemistry.

 

Funding/Awards  (Total Funded, All External Funding over 1 million dollars =$1,088,192.00)
E = external

  1. Teacher Enhancement Professional Development Grant “STONE” PI:  Dr. William Slattery, Co-PI: Dr. Suzanne K. Lunsford, 1/10-5/11 ($40,880) E

  2. Teacher Enhancement Professional Development Grant “Partners in Integrated Earth Systems Science (PIES)” PI: Dr. Suzanne K. Lunsford, Co-PI: Dr. William Slattery, 1/09-5/10 ($88,171) E

  3. Teacher Enhancement Professional Development Grant “STONE” PI: Dr. William Slattery, Co-PI: Dr. Suzanne K. Lunsford, 1/09-5/10 ($37,056) E

  4. Teacher Enhancement Professional Development Grant “Partners in Integrated Earth Systems Science (PIES)” PI: Dr. Suzanne K. Lunsford, Co-PI: Dr. William Slattery, 1/08-5/09    ($82,000) E

  5. Teacher Enhancement Professional Development Grant “Partners in Integrated Earth Systems Science (PIES)-Part IV” PI: Dr. Suzanne K. Lunsford, Co-PI: Dr. William Slattery, and Dr. Chuck Ciampaglio, 1/07-5/08 ($65,317) E

  6. “Nanoscale Modification and Functionalization of Carbon Electrodes for the Detection of Harmful Organic Chemicals in Water such as Phenol and Domoic Acid,” Ohio State University Research Foundation, PI: Dr. Dionysios D. Dionysiou from University of Cincinnati; co-PI; Dr. Suzanne K. Lunsford from Wright State University, 3/07-2/08 ($ 27,174) E

  7. Teacher Enhancement Professional Development Grant “Partners in Integrated Earth Systems Science (PIES)” PI: Dr. Suzanne K. Lunsfordand Co PI: Dr. William Slattery, 1/06-5/07 ($63,806) E

  8. National Science Foundation, “Electroanalytical Inquiry-Based Modular Sensor Development”, PI: Dr. Prabir Dutta from Ohio State University, awarded 3 million and to Wright State University - Dr. Suzanne K. Lunsford funded $50,000 total for five years to collaborate with Ohio State University 5/06-5/10 to develop environmental analytical modules. E

  9. Ohio Board of Regents, “Ohio Higher Education Network-Celebrating First Flight and Landing In The Drink at Huffman Dam”, PI: Dr. Suzanne K. Lunsford, Dr. Michael Sandy and Dr. Kumar Knedunuri, 4/05-9/05 ($9,000) E

  10. National Science Foundation  “Research in Disability Education-Demonstration, Enrichment and Information Dissemination”, PI: Dr. Michelle Wheatley, and Co PI’s: Dr. Suzanne K. Lunsford, Dr. Mary Ellen Bargerhuff, and Heidi Turner, 1/05-1/06 ($100,000) E

  11. Teacher Enhancement Professional Development Grant “Partners in Integrated Earth Systems Science (PIES)-Part III” PI: Dr. Bill Slattery, and Co PI: Dr. Suzanne K. Lunsford, 1/05-5/06 ($52,721) E

  12. Teacher Enhancement Professional Development Grant “Partners in Integrated Earth Systems Science (PIES)-Part II” PI: Dr. Bill Slattery, and Co PI: Dr. Suzanne K. Lunsford, 1/04-7/05 ($54,273) E

  13. Teacher Enhancement Professional Development Grant “ Partners in Integrated Earth Systems Science (PIES) –Part I”PI: Dr. Bill Slattery, and Co-PI: Dr. Suzanne K. Lunsford, 3/03-5/04 ($59,766) E

  14. Eisenhower Professional Development Program ”Rural Integrated Science Experience,” PI:  Dr. Bill Slattery, and Co PI: Dr. Suzanne K. Lunsford, and Dr. Rod Brame, 9/01-12/02 ($60,685) E

  15. Ohio Board of Regents, Title II:  “Middle Childhood Chemistry Course Development,” PI: Dr. Suzanne K. Lunsford, 2/01-2/02 ($9,000) E

  16. Ohio Board of Regents, Title II: “Projects in Science Course for Middle School
    Pre-service and In-service Teachers”, PI: Dr. Rod Brame, and Co PI: Dr. Suzanne K. Lunsford, Dr. Jim Tomlin, and Dr. Beth Basista, 2/01-2/04 ($18,000) E

  17. The Association for Communications, Electronics, Intelligence and Information Systems Professionals, PI: Dr. Suzanne K. Lunsford, 7/00 ($1441) E

  18. Ohio Project “Enhancing Undergraduate Science Education”, Ohio Board of Regents, PI: Dr. Suzanne K. Lunsford, 9/99-9/04 ($4,000) E

  19. Fund for Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (FIPSE), “Physical Science Professional Development Program”, PI: Dr. Suzanne K. Lunsford, and Co PI: Dr. Beth Basista, 10/99-10/02 ($144,926) E

  20. Eisenhower Professional Development Program “Physical Science Professional Development Program” PI: Dr. Suzanne K. Lunsford, and Co PI: Dr. Beth Basista, 6/99-12/99 ($36,696) E

  21. Ohio Department of Education and Ohio Board of Regents – SUSTAIN “Institutionalization and Enhancement of Discovery Practices in Teacher Preparation”, PI: Dr. Beth Basista, and Co PI:  Dr. Susan Matthews, Dr. Jim Tomlin, Dr. Suzanne K. Lunsford, and Dr. Bill Slattery, 10/98-10/00 ($79,280) E

 

Publications

The primary corresponding author of the published articles is underlined.
R=Refereed
N=Not Refereed

  1. Developing a Conductive Polymer Electrochemically that Incorporates Mercury: A REEL Experiment, Lunsford, Suzanne, K., and Kingdom. R., Chemical Educator, 15, 155-157 (2010).R

  2. Sonogel Carbon Zirconium Dioxide Electrode Sensor to Detect Dopamine, Lunsford, Suzanne, K., Nguyen, P., Kingdom, R., Dagher, J., Chemical Educator, 14, 204-207 (2009). R

  3. Characterization and Electrochemical Response of Sonogel Carbon Electrode Modified with Nanostructured Zirconium Dioxide Film, Chen Y., Lunsford, Suzanne, K., and Dionysiou, D., Sensors and Actuators B, 137, 291-296 (2009). R

  4. Electrochemical Detection of Phenol Utilizing a Synthesized Sonogel-Carbon Zirconium Oxide (ZrO2), Lunsford, Suzanne K., Yeary, A., Nguyen, P., and Kingdom, R.,  Analytical Science Digital Library, (www.aslib.org) entry 010051, 7/08. R

  5. Emphasizing Safety In The Classroom, Lunsford, Suzanne K., and Yeary, A., The Science Teacher, 75 (6), 69-78 (2008). R

  6. Photocatalytic Activity and Electrochemical Response of Titania Film with Macro/Mesoporous Texture,  Chen, Y., Lunsford, Suzanne K., and Dionysiou, D., Thin Solid Films, 516,  7930-7936 (2008). R

  7. Assessing Pre-service Middle School Teachers Science Education Utilizing an Outdoor Field Experience to Demonstrate Chemical Equilibrium Concepts, Lunsford, Suzanne K., Nedunuri, K., and Slattery, W., Chemical Educator, 13 (4) 214-219 (2008). R

  8. Detection of Catechol by Potentiometric-Flow Injection Analysis in the Presence of Interferents, Lunsford, Suzanne K., Widera, J., and Zhang, H., J. Chem. Ed., 84, 1471-1473 (2007). R

  9. Voltammetric Determination of Catechol Using a Sonogel Carbon Electrode Modified with Nanostructured Titanium Dioxide, Lunsford, Suzanne K., Choi, H., Stinson, J., Yeary, A., and Dionysiou, D., Talanta, 73, 172-177 (2007). R

  10. Electroanalytical and Spectroscopic Studies of Poly(2,2’-bithiophene)-Modified Platinum Electrode to Detect Catechol In the Presence of Ascorbic Acid,  Lunsford, Suzanne K., Speelman, N., Stinson, J., Yeary, A., Widera, J., Choi, H., and Dionysiou, D., J. Chem. Ed.85, 128-129 (2008). R

  11. Synthesis of a Sonogel-Carbon Modified Sensor Electrode with Titanium Oxide (TiO2) to  Detect Catechol in the Presence of Common Interferent by Voltammetric Studies, Lunsford, Suzanne K., Yeary, A., Stinson, J., Choi, H., and Dionysiou, D.,  Analytical Science Digital Library (www.aslib.org) entry 10045, 5/07. R

  12. Teaching Chemical Equilibrium Concepts Using Field-Lab Experiences In A Multi-Disciplinary Integrated Environment, Lunsford, Suzanne K., Nedunuri, K., and Sandy, M., Analytical Science Digital Library (www.aslib.org) entry 10044, 5/07. R

  13. Characterizing Water Quality In Students’ Own Community: An Effective Campus Field Trip, Lunsford, Suzanne K., Slattery,W., Speelman, N., and Yeary, A., J. Chem. Ed., 84, 1027-1030 (2007). R

  14. Electrochemistry and Detection of Organic and Biological Molecules Such as Catechol and Ascorbic Acid at Conducting Poly(2,2-bithiophene) Electrode,” Lunsford, Suzanne K., Stinson, J., and Widera, J., Analytical Science Digital Library (www.asdlib.org) entry 10041, 9/06.

  15. An Interactive Environmental Science Course for Education Science Majors, Lunsford, Suzanne K., and Slattery, W., J. Chem Ed., 83, 233-236 (2006). R

  16. A Project To Make the Laboratory More Accessible to Students with Disabilities, Lunsford, Suzanne K., and Bargerhuff, M.E., J. Chem. Ed., 83, 407-409  (2006). R

  17. Variable Effects During Polymerization. Lunsford, Suzanne K., J. Chem, Ed., 82, 1830-1832 (2005).  R

  18. Electrochemistry and Detection of Catechol at a Conducting Poly(3-methylthiophene) Electrode In the Presence of a Common Interferent, Ascorbic Acid.  Lunsford, Suzanne K., and Zhang, H., Chem. Educator, 1, 10-14 (2005).  R

  19. Impact of Multi-dimensional Collaboration and Dual Appointments On Teacher Preparation; The Story of SUSTAIN: Models Of Reform in Mathematics and Science Teacher Education. Basista, B., Matthews, S., Tomlin, J., Farrell, A., Lunsford, S.K., Slattery, B., Chapter in Ohio Resource Book: Wagner, S., and Meiring, S.P., www.ohiorc.org, 2004.  R

  20. Integrated Lecture and Laboratory Chemistry Components of Science Education Program for Early and Middle Childhood Education Majors. Lunsford, Suzanne K., J. Chem Ed, 81 (5), 685-687 (2004).  R

  21. A Sweet Balance, A Module Activity for Balancing Chemical Reactions. Lunsford, Suzanne K.., and Strope, C., The Science Teacher, 69 (8): 42-45 (2002).  R

  22.  In - Service Inquiry, A Professional Development Workshop Helps In-Service Teachers Bring Inquiry-Based Learning To Their Classrooms. Lunsford, Suzanne K.., The Science Teacher, 69 (2): 54-56 (2002).  R

  23. Synergistic Effects in the Flow Injection Analysis Determination of Catechol in the Presence of Excess Ascorbic Acid by Series Dual-Band Amperometric Detection. Mark, Harry B.,Jr., Zhang, H., Lunsford, S. K.,  Ceylan, O., Khaskelis, A., Hausner, S., Rubinson, J., Russell, G., Zimmer, H., Kreishman, G., Analytica Chimica Acta, 385, 281-285(1999).  R

  24. Flow Injection Amperometric Detection of Catechol Using Dual Band Poly(3-methylthiophene) Electrodes. Zhang, H., Galal, A., Rubinson, J., Marawi, I., Ridgway, T., Lunsford, S.K.,  Zimmer, H., Mark, Harry B.,Jr.,  Electrochimica Acta, 43 (23), 3511-3524 (1998).  R

  25. Analytical Applications of Conducting Organic Electrodes. Galal, A.,  Atta, N., Striley, C. A., Rubinson, J., Zimmer, H., Ataman, O.Y., Karagozler, A.E., Wang, Z., Lunsford, S.K., and,  Mark, Harry B.,Jr., Turkish Journal of Chemistry, 21, 21-29 (1997). R

  26. Optimization of Preparation of Poly(3-methylthiophene) Modified Pt Microelectrodes for the Detection of Catecholamines. Zhang, H., Lunsford, S. K., Marawi, I., Rubinson, J., Mark, Harry B.,Jr., Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 424, 101-111 (1997). R

  27. NMR Studies of the Interaction of Catechol and Ascorbic Acid with the Crown Ether. Lunsford, S.K., Striley, C.A., Ma, Y.L., Zimmer, H., Kreishman, G.,  Mark, Harry B.,Jr., Analytical Letters 29(8), 1309-1318 (1996).  R

  28. Poly(binaphthyl-20-crown-6) as Receptor Based Molecular Selective Potentiometric Electrodes for Catecholamines and Other 1,2-Dihydroxybenzene Derivatives. Ma, Y., Galal, A., Lunsford, S. K., Zimmer, H., Mark, Harry B.,Jr..; Huang, Z., Bishop, P., Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 10,705-715 (1995).  R

  29. Programmable Selective Inexpensive Potentiometric Detector for Flow Injection Analysis. Potassium Determination with a Nafion Membrane Modified Electrode.  Akmal, N., Lunsford, S.K., Galal, A., Karagozler, E.,  Mark, Harry B.,Jr.; Radic, N.,  Croatica Chemica Acta 68, 403-407 (1995).  R

  30. The Application of Various Immobilized Crown Ether Platinum-Modified Electrodes as Potentiometric and Amperometric Detectors for Flow Injection Analyses of Catechol and Catecholamines.  Lunsford, S.K.,  Ma, Y., Galal, A., Striley, C., Zimmer, H., Mark, Harry B.,Jr.., Electroanalysis ,7,1-5 (1995). R

  31. The Electrochemistry of Neurotransmitters at Conducting Organic Polymer Electrodes; Electrocatalysis and Analytical Applications.  Atta, N., Ma, Y., Lunsford, S.K.,  Petticrew, K., Rubinson, J., Zimmer, H., Mark, Harry B.,Jr., Bioelectrochemistry and Bioenergetics, 38, 229-245 (1995).  R

  32. The Determination of Catechols in the Presence of Ascorbic Acid and Uric Acid by Flow Injection Analysis Employing Potentiometric Dibenzo-18-Crown-6 Electrode Detector.  Lunsford, S.K., Galal, A., Akmal, N., Ma, Y.,  Zimmer, H., Mark, Harry B.,Jr., Analytical Letters, 27 (11), 2141-2151 (1994).  


Recent Presentations at International, National and Local Meetings:
Seminar Speaker Underlined

  1. Central Regional Meeting ACS, Dayton, Ohio, “ Cyclic Voltammetric Detection of Lead Using Di-Benzo-18-Crown-6 Modified Platinum Electrode”, Lunsford, S., and Nguyen, P., 6/18/10.

  2. Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii, “Developing A Conductive Polymer Electrode That Incorporates The Removal of Heavy Metals: An Inquiry-Based Experience”, Lunsford, S., 1/7/10.

  3. Pittcon 2010 Analytical Conference, “Development of a Conductive Polymer Electrode to Incorporate Specific Heavy Metals”, Lunsford, S., 3/2/10.

  4. Academy of Lakes, Land O’Lakes, Florida, invited talk for Suzanne Lunsford at Academy of Lakes; “Inquiry-Based Science and Water Quality /Soil Analysis”, Lunsford, S., 3/11/09.

  5. Geological Society Association Meeting in Tampa, Florida, “PIES ; Partners in Integrated Earth Systems Science, Inquiry-based Learning”, Lunsford, S., 3/12/09.

  6. Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii, “Sonogel Carbon Zirconium Dioxide Electrode Sensor to Detect 1,2-Dihydroxybenzenes”, Lunsford, S.., 1/5/09.

  7. Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii, “Measuring Phosphates in Sharks Teeth”, Lunsford, S., 1/4/09.

  8. Central Regional Meeting ACS, Columbus, Ohio, “Sonogel Carbon Zirconium Dioxide Electrode Sensor To Detect 1,2-Dihydrobenzenes”, Lunsford, S., Kingdom, R., Hogle, L., and Nguyen, V., 1/13/08.

  9. Department of Chemistry, Posters-In-The-Hall 2008, Wright State University, “Sonogel Carbon Zirconium Dioxide Electrode Sensor To Detect 1,2-Dihydrobenzenes”, Nguyen, V., Hogle, L., Kingdom, R., and Lunsford, S., 6/6/08.

  10. Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii, “A Three Phase Inquiry-Based Model for K-12 Teachers”, Lunsford, S., and Slattery, W., 1/6/08.

  11. Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii, “An Undergraduate Lab On The Development Of A Sonogel-Carbon Electrode Sensor For The Detection of Environmental Pollutants And Neurotransmitter Compounds Of Interest”, Lunsford, S., 1/7/08.

  12. Central Regional Meeting ACS, Covington, Kentucky, “Development of Inquiry-based Electroanalytical Labs at Wright State University,” Lunsford, S., 5/20/07.

  13. Central Regional Meeting ACS, Covington, Kentucky, “REEL Project on Modified Electrodes to Detect Neurotransmitters: Lunsford, S., and Hogle, L., 5/20/07.

  14. 233rd National ACS Meeting Chicago, Illinois, “Electrocatalytic Oxidation of Beta-Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide at a Poly(2,2’bithiophene) Coated Glassy Carbon Electrode,”, Lunsford, S., Stinson, J., Widera, J., Choi, H., and Dionysiou, D. , 3/28/07.

  15. 233rd National ACS Meeting Chicago, Illinois, “Voltammetric Determination of Catechol at a Sonogel-Carbon Electrode in the Presence of Common Interferents,” Lunsford, S., Yeary, A., Stinson, J., Choi, H., and Dionysiou, D., 3/28/07.

  16. Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii, “Project REEL, Research Experiences to Enhance Learning,” Lunsford, S., 1/15/2007.

  17. 232nd National ACS Meeting San Francisco, California, “Electrochemical Detection of Catechol in the Presence of Ascorbic Acid at Conducting Poly (2,2’-bithiophene) Platinum Electrode”, Lunsford, S., and Speelman, N., 9/10/06.

  18. Pittcon 2006 Education and Teaching:  New Tricks for Labs, “Interferent Studies and Utilizing Learning in an Instrumental Analysis Course”, Lunsford, S., 3/15/06.

  19. The Dayton Section of the American Chemical Society and The Society of Applied Spectroscopy, “Preparation of Poly(3-methylthiophene) - Modified Electrode and Poly(2,2-bithiophene) - Modified Electrode for the Detection of Catechol in the Presence of Ascorbic Acid,” Harris, T., and Lunsford, S., 3/7/06.

  20. Invited Plenary Presentation at 2nd International Symposium on Environmental Nanotechnology, Gwangiu, South Korea, “Advanced Oxidation Technologies and Nanotechnologies for Water Treatment:  Development and Application in the Destruction of Cyanobacterial Toxins,” Dionysiou, D., Antoniou, M., Choi. H., La Cruz, A., Shoemaker, J., and Lunsford, S., 11/3/06.

  21. National Network for Educational Renewal 2006, “Ohio Higher Education Network: Integrated Inquiry Based Investigations on Mad River, Greene County: Chemistry, Earth Science and A New Evaluation Tool For Pre-Service Teachers,” Lunsford, S., Nedunuri, K., and Sandy, M., 10/20/06.

  22. Research Experiences to Enhance Learning, “GET REEL STUDENT SYMPOSIUM-Electrochemical Detection of Neurotransmitters in the Presence of Common Interferents,” Lunsford, S., Speelman, N., and Ballmer, S., 11/11/06.

  23. Pittcon 2005 Analytical Conferences, “Tools for Science Education-Partners in Environmental Science”, Lunsford, S., 3/2/05.

  24. Wright State University Seminar, “Chemical Education and Modular Programs Developed”,Lunsford, S., 2/11/05.

  25. 206th Electrochemical Society Meeting, “Study of Various Crown Ethers Utilized to Detect Catechol”, Lunsford, S., 10/7/04.

  26. Hawaiian International Science Conference, “Modular Physical Science Professional Development Program “, Lunsford, S., 1/10/04.

 

 

 

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