The major thrust of my professional work is developing new materials for the analytical chemistry curriculum. Contributions are organized below by the nature of the curricular materials into the following categories
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Funding to support these curricular projects was provided by DePauw University's faculty development programs, most notably in the form of sabbatical leaves and a Fisher Fellowship. Additional funding was provided by the following external grants:
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