Dr. Eileen M. Kowalski
Dr. Kowalski teaches General Chemistry I & II, Physical Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry. She is the Head Academic Counselor for the Department.
- Ph.D. Vanderbilt University, Chemistry 1999
- M.S. Vanderbilt University, Chemistry 1996
- B.A. Western Michigan University, Chemistry 1992
- “Decontamination of Chemical Agent Simulant by Nanometal Oxides,” Zander, N. ; E. M. Kowalski; A. M. Rawlett; J.A. Orlicki. Army Research Laboratory Technical Report 4133, June 2007.
- “Collaborative Teaching across Freshman Information Technology and Chemistry,” Schwartz, S. K.: E. M. Kowalski. The Journal of College Science Teaching, 2007, 36(5), 34-39.
- “Metabolic Fingerprinting for Environmental Contamination in Model Organisms,” Mentis, E. K.; D. E. Horvat; E. M. Kowalski; J. K. Wickiser. 19th Annual ARL/USMA Technical Symposium, November 2011 and 2011 Chemical and Biological Defense Science and Technology Conference, November 2011.
- “Can Freshmen Learn Equilibrium Chemistry Using Simultaneous Equations?” Kowalski, E. M.; M. Z. Kalainoff; A. I. Biaglow. 2010 Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, August 2010.
- Dr. Kowalski's research involves the characterization of metabolic fingerprints in Escherichia coli K12 (E. coli) and Bacillus subtilis (B. subtilis) after exposure to chemical contamination. These studies will result in new detection architecture for monitoring an environmental chemical threat.