Geoff Holloway, Ph.D.Associate Professor of Chemistry
Dr. Holloway is a synthetic inorganic chemist who taught chemistry at the collegiate level for 11 years before joining the faculty at Cedarville in 2012. His research and publications have been in the field of transition metal chemistry ― studying electroactive systems, establishing methods to modify nucleic acids, monitoring exchange kinetics, and pursuing chemical education projects.
Education and Credentials
- Ph.D. in Chemistry, University of Illinois
- B.S. in Chemistry, Ball State University
- Dreyfus Postdoctoral Fellow at Eastern Illinois University
- Hertz Foundation Fellow
- Synthesis and Reactivity of Electroactive Carbon Sulfide Ligands and Studies on Modifications of Nucleic Acids
- Electrochemical Synthesis of Tetraethylammonium Tetrathiooxalate
- Music – piano, singing, guitar
- Sports – volleyball, ping pong, running, racquetball, tennis
- Why Cedarvillle: I enjoy being part of education at a Christian university and appreciate the attention Cedarville gives to undergraduate education and the liberal arts.