Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Office Locale: Stern Hall 222E
Office Telephone: 504-816-4410
Courses Taugh:(all course abbreviations are CHE)
General Chemistry and Labs (111, 112)
Biochemistry and Labs (303, 304)
Chemistry Research (405)
Chemistry Seminar (410, 411)
Composition of Clays from Local Sources
Computer Modeling of Simple Collisions
Solid Foundations in Chemistry
Department Chairman (1999 - 2005)
SACS Ad Hoc Committee on Academic Program Reviews
NSPH Prehealth Professions & Grad. School Placement Comm.
NSPH Website Committee
MSIRP Undergraduate Research Poster Judge, New Orleans, LA, New Orleans Hilton; 05/13/2008.
2008 Undergraduate Research & Creative Work Competition Judge, New Orleans, LA, Dillard University.
Faculty Advisor for the Mississippi Club
2007 Undergraduate Research & Creative Work Competition Judge, New Orleans, LA, Dillard University.
American Chemical Society, ACS
National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers, NOBCChE
Josiah, J. and Stanton, R.O. (2001). Developing a simple particle simulator in C++. LS-LAMP and Louisiana's Department of Energy's EPSCoR conference, "Sustaining SMET Opportunities in the New Millennium", Baton Rouge, LA. and the LAMP Student's
Symposium, Dillard University, New Orleans, LA.
Nwosu, H. and Stanton, R.O. (2000). Characterization of the absorption properties of the azo dye, trypan blue. LAMP student's symposium, Dillard University, New Orleans, LA.
Lee, R. and Stanton, R.O. (1995). Degradation of malachite green and nigrosin by the fungus, Phanerochaete chrysosporium. LESP Science Fair, Dillard University, New Orleans, LA.
Excellence in Teaching award, 2003-2004
Outstanding Service, LAMP Advisory Committee, 2000-2001
Commitment to Excellence in Mentoring Service, LAMP, 2001-2002
Outstanding Mentoring, LESP and LAMP Program, 1998-1999
Enhancement of Biochemical Instruction and Research, 05-08, $30,000, Board of Regents, PI.
Enhancement of Biochemical Instruction and Research, 02-03, $30,400, Board of Regents, PI.