Kristin Dooley

Chair & Associate Professor

Manion 205

(501) 450-5940

I am a physical chemist with a special interest in the area of atmospheric chemistry. I received a BS in Chemistry and Mathematics from UCA in 2004, and a PhD in Chemistry from Texas A&M University in 2009. My research at Texas A&M involved the study of ClO, BrO, and IO, species that are key intermediates in catalytic ozone depletion cycles. After my graduate work, I became a postdoctoral fellow at Arkansas State University where my research focused on the stand-off detection of explosives residues using a spectroscopic technique.

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Syllabi for Courses Taught

Environmental Chemistry:  Dooley, CHEM 4351, Spring 2021

College Chemistry II: Dooley, CHEM 1451, Spring 2019

College Chemistry I: Dooley, CHEM 1450, Fall 2018

Environmental Chemistry Lab: Dooley, CHEM 4152, Spring 2021

Physical Chemistry I: Dooley, CHEM 4450, Fall 2019