Faculty

Full-time

Dr. Lisa Bonner

Lisa Bonner
Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry

Dr. David D. Grove

David D. Grove
Professor of Chemistry
Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles

Joseph Larkin
Assistant Professor of Chemistry

Dr. Polina Maciejczyk

Polina Maciejczyk
Associate Professor
Ph.D., University of Maryland

R. Chris Schnabel
Associate Professor of Chemistry
Ph.D., University of Wyoming

Dr. Alan L. Soli

Alan Soli
Professor of Chemistry
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin

Dr. Crystal Young-Erdos

Crystal Young-Erdos
Assistant Professor of Chemistry

Emeritus

Dr. Wayne C. Guida

Wayne C. Guida
Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry

Dr. Reggie L. Hudson

Reggie L. Hudson
Professor of Chemistry
Ph.D., University of Tennessee

Dr. Richard W. Neithamer

Richard Neithamer (1930 – 2002)
Professor Emeritus of Chemistry

Additional Faculty and Staff

David Hastings
Professor of Marine Science and Chemistry

Brian Conlin

Brian Conlin
Laboratory and Stockroom Supervisor
conlinbj@eckerd.edu
James Center for Molecular and Life Sciences 049
727-864-8447

Read More About Mr. Conlin

Brian Conlin received his Bachelor’s of Science from the State University of New York College at Cortland in Biological Sciences with a minor in Chemistry. From there he worked on a number of research projects at The Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research, University of California Davis, and Arcadia Biosciences. Following his move to Florida he worked as a chemical safety technician and a biological field technician before joining the staff at Eckerd College.

Dr. Bert Rubini

Bert Rubini
Adjunct Laboratory Instructor
rrubini@hccfl.edu

Read More About Dr. Rubini

Dr. Rubini is an adjunct professor at Eckerd College, teaching organic chemistry laboratories. His chemistry Ph.D. is from the University of South Florida.

Dr. Rubini works as a chemistry professor at Hillsborough Community College.

James Sweeny ’65
Chemistry Alumnus and Advisor

Read More About Dr. Sweeny

Dr. Sweeny earned his chemistry degree with us in 1965, and then moved to Yale University for his Ph.D. in chemistry After a career as a research scientist with Coca Cola, he has recently retired to St. Petersburg.

Dr. Sweeny frequently can be found in our laboratories, lending advice to students and faculty and adjusting instrumentation, such as the HPLC system shown here.