Doreen Geller Leopold
Doreen Geller LeopoldAssociate Professor, Distinguished University Teaching Professor, Department of Chemistry
Horace T. Morse-Minnesota Alumni Association Award for Outstanding Contributions to Undergraduate Education, 2009
George W. Taylor/College of Science & Engineering Alumni Society Award for Distinguished Teaching, 2000
P.W. Villalta and D.G. Leopold, "A Study of the Ground and Excited States of Al3 and Al3ˉ. I. 488 nm Anion Photoelectron Spectrum," Journal of Chemical Physics, 130, 024303/1-19 (2009).
S.R. Miller, N.E. Schultz, D.G. Truhlar, and D.G. Leopold, "A Study of the Ground and Excited States of Al3 and Al3ˉ. II. Computational Analysis of the 488 nm Anion Photoelectron Spectrum and a Reconsideration of the Al3 Bond Dissociation Energy," Journal of Chemical Physics, 130, 024304/1-23 (2009).
S.R. Miller, T.P. Marcy, E.L. Millam, and D.G. Leopold, "Photoelectron Spectroscopic Characterization of the Niobium-Benzene Anion Produced by Reaction of Niobium with Ethylene," Journal of the American Chemical Society 129, 3482-3483 (2007).
D.G. Leopold and B. Edgar, "Degree of Mathematics Fluency and Success in Second-Semester Introductory Chemistry," Journal of Chemical Education, 85, 724-731 (2008).
D.G. Leopold, "ConfChem Conference on Mathematics in Undergraduate Chemistry Instruction: Strengthening Students' Math Fluencies through Calculator-Free Chemistry Calculations," with Supporting Information (5 documents, 318 pages), Journal of Chemical Education, 95, 1432-1433 (2018).