|Donna J Nelson|
|Donna J Nelson
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
University of Oklahoma
Dr. Donna Nelson, is an associate professor of chemistry at the University of Oklahoma. She took her BS in chemistry at the University of Oklahoma in 1974, obtained her PhD in chemistry at the University of Texas at Austin with Michael J. S. Dewar in 1980, did her postdoctorate at Purdue University with Herbert C. Brown during 1980-1983, and joined the University of Oklahoma in 1983. She was a Faculty Fellow in the OU Provost´s Office 1989-1990, a Visiting Professor at MIT 2003, and assistant to American Chemical Society President Dr. Ann Nalley since 2005. Dr. Nelson´s current research pertains to energy and scientific workforce development and she frequently speaks on the interrelationship of both topics. She has over 100 publications. She has received several honors, including Fulbright Scholar, NSF ADVANCE Leadership Award, SACNAS Distinguished Scientist of the Year, Women´s eNews "21 Leaders for the 21st Century," AAAS Fellow, Guggenheim Award, National Organization for Women "Woman of Courage" Award, Ford Foundation Fellowship, Oklahoma Outstanding Professor Award, Minority Health Professions Foundation Hall of Fame Inductee, Sigma Xi Faculty Research Award, NSF Creativity Extension, and many keynote talks. In the last 4 years, she has spoken at over 100 national meetings of professional societies and organizations, US Congress Capitol Hill briefings,
Her chemical research involves functionalizing single walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs), which has applications in energy research and technology development. Recently her group reported the first COSY NMR spectrum of covalently functionalized SWNTs.
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