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Thomas Clayton

Professor of Chemistry

Thomas Clayton

Years at Knox: 1991 to present

Ph.D., Inorganic Chemistry, 1989, Ohio State University.
B.A., Chemistry and English, magna cum laude, 1981, Iowa Wesleyan College.

Teaching Interests
Inorganic chemistry, synthesis and theoretical characteristics of organometallics.

Selected Professional Accomplishments

Pew Teacher-Scholar Fellowship.

Pedagogy in the Teaching Lab Inspired by Mentoring Undergraduate Research: Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry at Knox College. Presented at the spring National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, 2008.

Campus & Community Involvement
Resident Faculty, Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Member, American Chemical Society.
Member, Council on Undergraduate Research.
Member, Midwest Association of Chemistry Teachers at Liberal Arts Colleges.

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