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E. Benatan, H.J. Eppley, M.J.Geselbracht, A.R. Johnson, B.A. Reisner, J.L. Stewart, L. Watson, and B.S. Williams, “IONiC: A Cyber-Enabled Community of Practice for Improving Inorganic Chemical Education.” J. Chem. Ed., 2009, 86, 123.
A.J. Hickman*, L.D. Hughs*, C.M. Jones*, H. Li,* J.E. Redford*, S.J. Sobelman*, J.A. Kouzelos* , and A.R. Johnson, “Sterically encumbered chiral amino alcohols for titanium catalyzed asymmetric intramolecular hydroamination of aminoallenes.” Tet. Asym. 2009, submitted.
A. Hickman*, J. Moretti*, X. Ouyang, K. Kantardjieff, and A.R. Johnson, “2-Cyclohexylamino-3-methyl-1,1-diphenyl-butan-1-ol (l-N-Cyclohexyl-diphenylvalinol)” Acta Crys., in preparation.
D. Hickstein*, D. O’Leary, X. Ouyang, K. Kantardjieff, and A.R. Johnson, “4,5-Dichlorophthalic acid dimethyl ester” Acta Crys., in preparation.
J. Hines*, K. Loh*, G. Rayermann*, X. Ouyang, K. Kantardjieff, and A.R. Johnson, “(1S, 2R)-2-(N-mesitylenesulfonylamino)-1-phenyl-1-chloropropane” Acta Crys. in preparation.
M. Jang*, S. Sobelman*, A. Stewart*, X. Ouyang, K. Kantardjieff, and A.R. Johnson, “Half-Cage Isodrin Propionate” Acta Crys., in preparation.
K.K. Karukstis, “Promoting the Interrelationship of Chemistry and Society with a Case Study Approach” in Science Communication For All - Vital Connection of Science to the Public Sphere. Rainer Glaser, Penny Gilmer, and Kathleen Carson, Editors. SensePublishers: Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 2009.
K.K. Karukstis, “Starting a Successful Research Program at a Predominantly Undergraduate Institution”, Journal of Chemical Education, 85, 343-344, 2008.
K.K. Karukstis, “The Scientist’s Civic Responsibilities: Sharing Research and Scholarship on Capitol Hill”, Journal of Chemical Education, 85, 1170-1171, 2008.
J. M. Osborn and K.K. Karukstis, “The Benefits of Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity”, in Broadening Participation in Undergraduate Research: Fostering Excellence and Enhancing the Impact. M. K. Boyd and J. L. Wesemann, eds., Council on Undergraduate Research, Washington, D. C., 2009.
K. K. Karukstis, T. E. Elgren, S. E. Ronco, S. E. Feller, and R. S. Rowlett, “Barriers to Seeking External Research Funding: Perceptions and Facts”, Journal of Chemical Education, 86, in press.
K. K. Karukstis, G. R. Van Hecke, and Whitney C. Duim*, “Biologically relevant lyotropic liquid crystalline phases in mixtures of n-octyl-β-D-glucoside and water. Determination of the phase diagram by fluorescence spectroscopy”, Journal of Physical Chemistry, submitted.
G.R. Van Hecke, “What to teach in physical chemistry: is there a single answer?” A chapter in, Advances in Teaching Physical Chemistry, Eds. M.D. Ellison, T.A. Schoolcraft, ACS Symposium Series: 79, American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2008, published.
T.W. Hamann, R.A. Jensen, A.B.F. Martinsen, H. Van Ryswyk, and J.T. Hupp, “Advancing Beyond Current Generation Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells.” Energy Env. Sci. 2008, 1, 66-78.
K.C. Morrison*, J.P. Litz*, K.P. Scherpelz*, P.D. Dossa*, and D.A. Vosburg, “A concise, biomimetic synthesis of (+)-davanone.", Org. Lett. (revised manuscript in preparation).
C.H. Giammanco*, R.T. Nishimura*, and D.A. Vosburg, “Green, enzymatic syntheses of divanillin and diapocynin for the general chemistry or organic laboratory,” J. Chem. Educ., (revised manuscript in preparation).
T.C. Wong*, C.M Sultana*, and D.A. Vosburg, “A green, enantioselective synthesis of warfarin for the undergraduate organic laboratory,” J. Chem. Educ., (revised manuscript in preparation).
D.A. Vosburg, “Teaching organic synthesis: a comparative case study approach”, J. Chem. Educ. 2008, 85, 1519-1523 (highlighted in HMC press release December 16, 2008).
D.P. Frueh, H. Arthanari, A. Koglin, D.A. Vosburg, A.E. Bennett, C.T. Walsh, G. Wagner, “Dynamic T-TE domain communication in the enterobactin non-ribosomal peptide synthetase,” Nature, 2008, 454, 903-907 (highlighted on pages 832-833 of same issue and in HMC press release October 13, 2008).