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Dr. Richard Singiser

Professor


Office: LDSC 235F
Chemistry and Physics
College of Arts & Sciences
RichardSingiser@clayton.edu

Biography

Education

Ph D, Biochemistry, University of Kentucky, 2008

BS, Chemistry, Shippensburg University, 2003

Intellectual Contributions

Garland Crawford, Kathryn Kloepper, John Meyers, Richard Singiser, Communicating Chemistry: An Introduction, American Chemical Society – September 23 2019

Garland Crawford, Kathryn Kloepper, John Meyers, Richard Singiser, Communication in Chemistry, American Chemical Society – September 23 2019

Viviane Callier, Richard Singiser, Nathan Vanderford, Connecting undergraduate science education with the needs of today‚Äôs graduates, F1000 Research – November 14 2014

Stephen C. Burnett, Michelle A. Furlong, Paul Melvin, Richard Singiser, Games that Enlist Collective Intelligence to Solve Complex Scientific Problems, Journal of Microbiology and Biology Education – March 2016

Richard Singiser, Caroline E. Sheppard, Stephen C. Burnett, Preparing Ethical Chemists through a Sophomore Seminar Course, Journal of Chemical Education – July 24 2012