DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY
The University bestows the designation "Graduate Faculty" upon faculty following review
of their credentials and recommendation by their colleagues. The University maintains
six levels of graduate faculty: (1) Full, (2) Associate, (3) Adjunct, (4) Adjunct
Research Co-Mentor, (5) Affiliate, and (6) Adjunct Teaching.
Only Full graduate faculty members may chair doctoral committees. Adjunct Research
Co-Mentor members may serve as co-chair of a master's or doctoral committee. Full
or Associate graduate faculty may chair master's committees. Only one adjunct or affiliate
graduate faculty member may serve as a voting member on any master's or doctoral committee.
Teaching adjunct members may not serve on graduate committees.
DANIEL LEE BAKER, Associate Professor, PhD (1998) University of Arizona 
NATHAN DEYONKER, Research Scientist, PhD (20050 The University of Georgia 
GARY L. EMMERT, Professor, PhD (1999), Miami University 
TOMOKO FUJIWARA, Assistant Professor, PhD (2001), Kyoto [Japan] Institute of Technology 
XIAOHUA HUANG, Assistant Professor PhD (2006), Georgia Institute of Technology 
YING-SING LI, Professor, PhD (1968) The University of Kansas 
ABBY PARRILL, Professor and Chair, PhD (1996) The University of Arizona 
PAUL SIMONE, Jr., PhD (2008) University of Memphis 
YONGMEI WANG, Professor, PhD (1990), Notre Dame University 
XUAN ZHAO, Assistant Professor, PhD (2002), Texas A&M University 
PETER K. BRIDSON, Associate Professor, PhD (1978), The University of London 
RICHARD L. PETERSEN, Associate Professor, PhD (1975), The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 
ALEJANDRO DOPICO, PhD (1989) UBA Pharmacology, Argentina 
EDWIN J. HEILWEIL, PhD (1983), University of Pennsylvania 
RICHARD E. LEE, PhD (1993), University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK 
THOMAS MCNEEL, PhD (1980), Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
DUANE D. MILLER, PhD (1969), University of Washington 
JOHN KEITH YOUNG, PhD (1994), Mississippi State University 
NOTE: Expiration date of graduate faculty membership is indicated in brackets.