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Location

Center for the
Sciences and Agriculture
Room 208

Dore Meinholtz

Professor,
Chemistry

I joined Wilmington College in 1991. Before that, I received a PhD in physical chemistry in 1985 from Duke University, was a post-doc for one year at Penn State, a post-doc with some lecturing for three years at Ohio State, and worked as a Visiting Assistant Professor for two years at Eckerd College. I decided in graduate school that teaching was what I wanted to end up doing, and the two years at Eckerd confirmed that fact. I’ve been annoying students here ever since I got here, although to my considerable surprise, I received the Student Government Teaching Award in Spring ’15. (I’m still not quite certain how that happened.)

Degrees

  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Physical Chemistry from Duke University, 1985.
  • BS in Chemistry, 1981, from Stetson University.

Courses (If you are a chemistry major, I am unavoidable.)

  • Principles I and II
  • Quantitative Analysis
  • Instrumental Analysis
  • Physical Chemistry I and II
  • Research Participation