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Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: 2008 Nuclear and Radiochemistry Faculty List." National Research Council. 2012. Assuring a Future U.S.-Based Nuclear and Radiochemistry Expertise. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13308.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: 2008 Nuclear and Radiochemistry Faculty List." National Research Council. 2012. Assuring a Future U.S.-Based Nuclear and Radiochemistry Expertise. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13308.
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TABLE E-1 2008 List of U.S. Nuclear and Radiochemistry Ph.D. and M.S. Advisors Identified by the American Chemical Society Division of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology (includes non-U.S. faculty)

Advisor Department U.S./Canadian School Thesis Year Thesis Subject Term(s)*

Albrecht-Schmitt, Thomas

Department of Chemistry

Auburn University

1997

Chemistry

Anderson, Carolyn

School of Medicine

Washington University, St. Louis

1990

Chemistry, Nuclear chemistry, Analytical chemistry

Benny, Paul Douglas

Department of Chemistry

Washington State University

2001

Nuclear chemistry

Bickley, Abigail

Department of Chemistry

Michigan State University

2004

Nuclear chemistry, Particle physics

Blatchley, Charles

Department of Physics

Pittsburg State University

1984

Nuclear physics

Cerny, Joseph

Department of Chemistry

University of California, Berkeley

1962

Nuclear physics

Clark, Aurora

Department of Chemistry

Washington State University

2003

Chemistry

Clark, Sue Brannon

Department of Chemistry - Analytical

Washington State University

1989

Chemistry, Environmental science

Czerwinski, Kenneth

Department of Chemistry - Radiochemistry

University of Nevada, Las Vegas

1992

Nuclear chemistry

de Souza, Romualdo

Department of Chemistry

Indiana University

1987

Nuclear chemistry

DeVol, Timothy

Department of Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences

Clemson University

1993

Organic chemistry, Nuclear physics

Dixon, David

Department of Chemistry

University of Alabama

1976

Chemistry

Ensor, Dale Duvall

Department of Chemistry

Tennessee Technological University

1977

Chemistry

Fjeld, Robert

Department of Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences

Clemson University

1976

Nuclear physics, Energy

Folden, III, Charles

Cyclotron Institute

Texas A&M University

2004

Nuclear chemistry, Nuclear physics

Gorden, Anne Elizabeth

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Auburn University

2002

Chemistry, Organic chemistry

Hoffman, Darleane

Department of Chemistry

University of California, Berkeley

1951

Nuclear chemistry

Hoffman, Timothy

Department of Chemistry

University of Missouri, Columbia

1996

Radiation, Pharmacology, Radiology

Jia, Jiangyong

Department of Chemistry

State University of New York at Stony Brook

2003

Nuclear physics, Particle physics

Jurisson, Silvia

Department of Chemistry

University of Missouri, Columbia

1982

Chemistry

Karol, Paul Jason

Department of Chemistry

Carnegie Mellon University

1967

Nuclear chemistry

Krohn, Ken

Department of Chemistry, Department of Radiology

University of Washington

1971

Nuclear chemistry

Lacey, Roy

Department of Chemistry

State University of New York at Stony Brook

1987

Nuclear chemistry

Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: 2008 Nuclear and Radiochemistry Faculty List." National Research Council. 2012. Assuring a Future U.S.-Based Nuclear and Radiochemistry Expertise. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13308.
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Lisic, Edward

Department of Chemistry

Tennessee Technological University

1986

Chemistry

Loveland, Walter David

Department of Chemistry

Oregon State University

1966

Nuclear physics, Energy

Mantica, Paul Francis

Department of Chemistry

Michigan State University

1990

Nuclear chemistry, Nuclear physics

Mignerey, Alice Cox

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

University of Maryland at College Park

1975

Nuclear chemistry

Moretto, Luciano

Department of Chemistry

University of California, Berkeley

Morrissey, David Joseph

Department of Chemistry

Michigan State University

1978

Nuclear chemistry

Nash, Kenneth

Department of Chemistry - Analytical

Washington State University

1979

Chemistry

Natowitz, Joseph Bernard

Department of Chemistry

Texas A&M University

1965

Nuclear physics

Nitsche, Heino

Department of Chemistry

University of California, Berkeley

1980

Nuclear chemistry, Physical chemistry

Paulenova, Alena

Department of Chemistry

Oregon State University

1985

Nuclear chemistry

Paviet-Hartmann, Patricia

Department of Chemistry - Radiochemistry

University of Nevada, Las Vegas

1992

Nuclear chemistry

Powell, Brian A.

Department of Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences

Clemson University

2004

Radiation, Geochemistry, Environmental science

Rengan, Krishnaswamy

Department of Chemistry

Eastern Michigan University

1966

Nuclear chemistry

Robertson, John David

Department of Chemistry

University of Missouri, Columbia

1986

Nuclear chemistry

Sarantites, Demetrios George

Department of Chemistry

Washington University, St. Louis

1963

Nuclear chemistry

Schröder, Wolf-Udo

Department of Chemistry

University of Rochester

1971

Nuclear chemistry

Sobotka, Lee Gordon

Department of Chemistry

Washington University, St. Louis

1982

Nuclear chemistry

Sudowe, Ralf

Department of Chemistry - Radiochemistry,

Department of Health Physics and Chemistry (M.S.) University of Nevada, Las Vegas

1999

Nuclear chemistry

Tubbs, Laura Ellen

Department of Chemistry

Rochester Institute of Technology

1983

Nuclear chemistry

Wai, Chien

Department of Chemistry

University of Idaho

1967

Chemistry

Wall, Nathalie

Department of Chemistry - Analytical

Washington State University

1993

Nuclear chemistry

Welch, Michael

School of Medicine, Department of Chemistry

Washington University, St. Louis

1965

Nuclear chemistry

Yates, Steven Winfield

Department of Chemistry

University of Kentucky

1973

Nuclear chemistry, Nuclear physics

Yennello, Sherry

Department of Chemistry

Texas A&M University

1990

Nuclear chemistry, Nuclear physics

Yoo, Choong-Shik

Department of Chemistry

Washington State University

1986

Chemistry

Zoller, William Harper

Department of Chemistry

University of Washington

1970

Nuclear chemistry

*According to ProQuest Dissertations and Theses (PQDT) database.

SOURCE: ACS 2008, 2009; ProQuest 2011.

Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: 2008 Nuclear and Radiochemistry Faculty List." National Research Council. 2012. Assuring a Future U.S.-Based Nuclear and Radiochemistry Expertise. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13308.
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REFERENCES

ACS (American Chemical Society). 2008. Universities Offering M.S. and Ph.D. Programs in Nuclear and Radiochemistry. American Chemical Society, Division of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology [online]. Available: spinner.cofc.edu/~nuclear/ACS%20NUCL%20and%20RADIOCHEM%20EDU%20US%20and%20CAN%20List11-12-08.pdf [accessed September 7, 2011].

ACS. 2009. DGRweb 2009 [online]. Available: http://dgr.rints.com/ [accessed September 7, 2011].

ProQuest. 2011. ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Database [online]. Available: http://www.proquest.com/en-US/catalogs/databases/detail/pqdt.shtml [accessed November 14, 2011].

Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: 2008 Nuclear and Radiochemistry Faculty List." National Research Council. 2012. Assuring a Future U.S.-Based Nuclear and Radiochemistry Expertise. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13308.
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The growing use of nuclear medicine, the potential expansion of nuclear power generation, and the urgent needs to protect the nation against external nuclear threats, to maintain our nuclear weapons stockpile, and to manage the nuclear wastes generated in past decades, require a substantial, highly trained, and exceptionally talented workforce. Assuring a Future U.S.-Based Nuclear and Radiochemistry Expertise examines supply and demand for expertise in nuclear chemistry nuclear science, and radiochemistry in the United States and presents possible approaches for ensuring adequate availability of these skills, including necessary science and technology training platforms.

Considering a range of reasonable scenarios looking to the future, none of these areas are likely to experience a decrease in demand for expertise. However, many in the current workforce are approaching retirement age and the number of students opting for careers in nuclear and radiochemistry has decreased dramatically over the past few decades. In order to avoid a gap in these critical areas, increases in student interest in these careers, in the research and educational capacity of universities and colleges, and sector specific on-the-job training will be needed. Concise recommendations are given for actions to avoid a shortage of nuclear chemistry, nuclear scientists, and radiochemists in the future.

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