Greg Naumiec

Assistant Professor

gregn@uca.edu

Manion Annex 130

(501) 852-0692

Dr. Gregory Naumiec, an organic chemist, joined the chemistry faculty at UCA in 2015, filling the vacancy left open by the passing of Dr. Jerry Manion. Greg earned a B.S. in Biochemistry from the State University of New York at Geneseo in 2005, followed by a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from the University of Rhode Island in 2010. While in graduate school, Greg helped to modernize the organic chemistry laboratory and published two novel experiments in the Journal of Chemical Education. Greg then served as a postdoctoral fellow for the PET Radiopharmaceutical Sciences, Molecular Imaging Branch of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland until 2015. Greg plans to involve undergraduate students in laboratory research at UCA, with an emphasis on the development of drug candidates to treat tropical diseases. Greg teaches Chemistry 2401 (Organic Chemistry I), Chemistry 3211 (Organic Spectroscopy), and Chemistry 3411 (Organic Chemistry II). More information is also posted on his web page.

 

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Syllabi for Courses Taught

Organic Chemistry II: Naumiec, CHEM 3411, Spring 2019

The Chemistry of Medical Imaging: Naumiec, CHEM 4V09, Spring 2019

Organic Spectroscopy: Naumiec, CHEM 3211, Fall 2019

Chemistry of Medical Imaging: Naumiec, CHEM 4V09, Spring 2018

Organic Chemistry I: Naumiec, CHEM 2401, Fall 2019