Research opportunities include development of renewable feedstocks, atom economical
syntheses, catalysis, applications of benign solvents, improved analytical techniques,
and process design. Learn more
New Faculty in Green Chemistry
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry is pleased to announce the hiring of Dr. Michael Young as an Assistant Professor. Dr. Young is an organic/organometallic chemist with research interests in green chemistry. Dr. Young started in August of 2016 and is currently recruiting students to join his research team. Learn more
News and Events
Congratulations to Badri Bhattarai for receipt of a Ciba Travel Award. Badri will attend the ACS National Meeting in San Francisco in April 2017 and will present his research results on greener routes for the synthesis of silver nanoparticles. Badri is a doctoral student of Dr. Terry Bigioni. Learn more
The UT SGCE partnered with the U.S. EPA, Ohio EPA, and Spartan Chemical to host a webinar on Green Chemistry, Safer Choices. The webinar is available here for those who missed it. Webinar Link
Dr. Anne Marteel-Parrish, Professor of Chemistry and the Creegan Chair in Green Chemistry at Washington College, has been named the 2016 Outstanding Alumna for the UT College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. Dr. Marteel-Parrish received her Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of Toledo in 2003. Her doctoral research, conducted with Professors Julian Davies, Mark Mason, and Martin Abraham, focused on the hydroformylation of alkenes in supercritical carbon dioxide
Congratulations to Brooke Mason for receipt of a Ciba Travel Award. The award will support Brooke's travel to the ACS Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference in June of 2016. Brooke is a graduate student of Dr. Defne Apul.
Paul Anastas and John Warner participate in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry's centennial celebration.
The UT Professional Science Masters Degree in Green Chemistry and Engineering receives affiliation approval from the NPSMA.
The SGCE hosts the first meeting of its advisory board.
UT hires three new faculty members with interests in green chemistry and green engineering.
Recent publications that cite the UT SGCE affiliation are available at this site. These publications include the results of faculty and student research on topics related to green chemistry and green engineering. Learn more