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Kent Davis

Kent Davis, Ph.D. - Chair

Professor of Chemistry

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Kent Davis, Ph.D. - Chair

Professor of Chemistry

Kent A. Davis , Ph.D., associate professor, specializes in physical chemistry and surface science. He has taught at PUC since 2003 and has also been a visiting professor at Texas State University-San Marcos and an adjunct professor at Trinity College. He enjoys reading, jazz, listening to classical music, and much more.


Degrees

B.S., Andrews University

1992

Ph.D., Indiana University

1998

Postdoctoral Research - Texas A&M University

1998-2000

Denise Lee-Haye

Denise Lee-Haye, Ph.D.

Professor of Chemistry

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Denise Lee-Haye, Ph.D.

Professor of Chemistry

My graduate research included thermodynamic studies of protein-nanoparticle interactions. I enjoy helping our students reach their academic potential. I encourage them to also strive for physical and spiritual health, as they study. I love to hike, travel and watch nature documentaries, especially in 3D. I currently teach general and biophysical chemistry.


Degrees

B.A., Connecticut College

2004

Ph.D., University of Connecticut

2011

Marie Pak

Marie Pak, Ph.D.

Professor of Chemistry

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Marie Pak, Ph.D.

Professor of Chemistry

Marie Pak, Ph.D., professor, began teaching at PUC in 1999. She specializes in biochemistry and spent six years as a postdoctoral research fellow at the National Institutes of Health in Rockville, Maryland. Dr. Pak enjoys reading, going to state fairs, and watching movies.


Degrees

B.S., Indiana University

1988

M.S.,Ph.D., Albert Einstein College of Medicine

1993

Robert Wilson

Robert Wilson, Ph.D.

Professor of Chemistry

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Robert Wilson, Ph.D.

Professor of Chemistry

Robert L. Wilson, Ph.D. specializes in analytical and inorganic chemistry. His graduate research focused on the lipid and protein organization within the cell membrane. He currently teaches general, analytical, and inorganic chemsitry and laboratory glassblowing. He enjoys playing boardgames, making glass beads, and camping.


Degrees

B.S., Andrews University

2007

Ph.D., University of Illinois Urbana Champaign

2012