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Dr. Duncan Jeremiah Duncan
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Department of Atmospheric Science & Chemistry
Plymouth State University

Brief Curriculum Vitae:


EDUCATION

  • PhD Chemistry, Princeton University (August, 2003)
    Dissertation: "Iron-imide and iron-imide-sulfide clusters: first generation synthetic model compounds of the nitrogenenase active site."
  • MA Chemistry, Princeton University (May, 2000)
  • Year abroad, University of East Anglia (Norwich, UK) (1995-96)
  • BS Chemistry, University of Missouri at Rolla (December, 1997)

EXPERIENCE

  • Assistant Professor, Plymouth State University (Aug 2009 to present)
  • Lecturer, University of Wisconsin at Madison (Jan 2008 to May 2009)
  • Post-doctoral Researcher, University of Wisconsin at Madison (Oct 2007 to Sept 2008)
  • Environmental Science Policy Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science (placed at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency) (Sept 05 to Aug 07)
  • Education Volunteer, U.S. Peace Corps (in the Republic of Kiribati) (Oct 2003 to Dec 2004)