Faculty in Chemistry

John Long, Ph.D.

John T. Long, Ph.D.
Professor and Chair of the Department of Chemistry
Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh (1989)
Analytical Chemistry 
Reynolds 305
Box 7593
Research Interests:  Electrochemistry and Environmental Analysis

David Bateman, Ph.D.

T. David Bateman, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Research
Ph.D. University of Arkansas (2009)
B.S.  Henderson State University (2003)
Organic Chemistry
Reynolds 307
Box 7651
Research Interests:  Natural Product Total Synthesis, Analog Synthesis, Synthetic Methodology, Environmental Chemistry

Martin Campbell, Ph.D.

Martin J. Campbell, Ph.D.
Ph.D. Texas Tech University (1999)
Organic Chemistry
Reynolds 306
Box 7633
Research Interests:  Natural Product Discovery, Organofluorine Chemistry, Total Synthesis, Ionic Liquids, and Green Chemistry 

Vincent Dunlap, Ph.D.

Vincent Dunlap, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Ph.D. University at Buffalo, State University of New York (2009)
Chemical Biology
B.S.  University of Central Arkansas (2001)
Reynolds 309B
Box 7651
Research Interests:  Nucleic Acid Synthesis, Fluorescent Nucleoside Base Replacement, and Antiviral Nucleosides

John R. Hardee, Ph.D.
Professor and Dean of the Ellis College of Arts and Sciences
Rice University (1979)
Physical Chemistry
Reynolds 329
Box 7600
Wray H. Jones, M.S.ChE
Instructor and Stockroom Manager
Chemical Hygiene Officer
M.S.ChE University of Arkansas at Fayetteville (1961)
Chemical Engineering 
Reynolds 317
Box 7730

Janice O'Donnell, M.S.
Assistant Professor
M.S. University of Arkansas, Little Rock (1999)
B.S.ChE Montana State University (1976)
MBA University of Memphis
Chemical Engineering
Reynolds 309C
Box 7551
Research Interests:  Chemical Education
Bryan D. Palmer, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus, Retired
Ph.D. University of Arkansas at Fayetteville (1966)
Box 7814
Brad A. Rowland, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Ph.D. The University of Texas at Austin (2007)
B.S. Texas A&M University (2002)
Theoretical Chemistry
Reynolds 315
(870) 230-5171
Box 7843
Research Interests:  Quantum Trajectories, Phase Space Master Equations, Scientific Computing, Quantum Markets, and Applied Mathematics
Ingo Schranz, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Ph.D. University of North Dakota (2003)
Inorganic Chemistry
Reynolds 307
Box 7700
Research Interests:  Ligand Syntheses Based on Four-Membered Heterocycles
Anna Smith, M.S.E.
Laboratory Instructor
M.S.E. Henderson State University, (1993)
Reynolds 103