Title: Senior Lecturer
Office: Wayne College and Boyer HPE Bldg C127
Up until Feb 2003 I was a Senior Research Chemist for 34 years at The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. in their Analytical Science Department. While working at Goodyear I was one of the Members of the Top Ten Individual Developers of Analytical Methods. I have had numerous publications, trade secrets and or patents including one book chapter entitled "The Microstructure of Cyclized Polyisoprene". I also served as a Trustee for the Major Analytical Instrument Facility at Case Western Reserve University.
Previously I had taught at Lourdes Academy High School in Cleveland and at both the main campus and the Ashland branch of Kent State University. I have been teaching here at Wayne College since 1988. Subjects that I have taught here at Wayne College include Physics I with Lab; Descriptive Astronomy; Basic Chemistry with Lab; and Introduction to General, Organic and Biochemistry I and II with Labs.
I enjoy teaching, soccer and an avid OSU football fan. As a soccer official I have had the privilege of traveling around the country officiating many tournaments including the US Cup, one of the largest international youth soccer tournaments. No longer am I an active referee but still combine my love of soccer and teaching by being an licensed instructor for both the State of Ohio and FIFA giving classes annually on both levels.
Taught Chemistry at Lourdes Acadamey Cleveland Ohio in 1968-1969.
Senior Research Chemist for The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co from 1969 to 2003.
Taught Physics at Kent State University in early 1980's.
Teaching at Wayne College since 1988.
Teaching Chemistry at Stark State University and Kent stark since 2010.
- 1969 BS Chemistry - Case Institute of Technology
- 1973 MS Inorganic Chemistry - The University of Akron
- General, Organic and Biochemistry Lecture I and II and Lab
- Basic Chemistry Lecture and Lab
- Chemistry for Everyone Lecture and Lab
- Physics I and II Lecture and Lab
- Seven Ideas that Shook the Universe
- Environment Chemistry
- General Chemistry