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Bryan is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Coastal Carolina University and serves as the co-director of the CCU-INBRE program.He received his BS from West Virginia University, PhD from the University of Pittsburgh, and was a post-doctoral researcher at Emory University. He joined the CCU faculty in 2012. His research group works on the development of new synthetic methods and biologically interesting molecules. They have developed a method for Friedel-Crafts cyclization as an approach to the tricylcic core of flinderoels, a family of antimalarial alkaloids.
Jennifer is a Professor at Francis Marion University. Her BS was from Greensboro College and her PhD from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. During the 2013-15 cycle she served as chair-elect, chair, and past-chair of the section. Since 2016 she has served as an alternate councilor. For SERMACS 2016 Jennifer served as chair if the undergraduate program.
Angela is a Professor of Chemistry and the Vice-Provost for Academic Affairs at Claflin University. Her BS and MS are from Hampton University and her PhD from the University of SOuth Carolina. She has served as chair-elect, chair, and past chair of the South Carolina Section. her many honors include the American Chemical Society E. Ann Nally Southeastern Regional Award for Volunteer Services, 2017; E. Ray McAfee Distinguished Service Award, South Carolina section of the American Chemical Society, 2013; Louis Stokes South Carolina Alliance for Minority Participation Distinguished Service Award, 2012; Stanley C. Israel Award for Diversity Southeastern Region of the ACS, 2010; and the SC Governors Professor of the Year, 2005. Fro SERMASC 2016 Angela served as the general chair.
Scott is Professor Emeritus of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry of the University of South Carolina. His BS is from the University of Illinois-Urbana and PhD from Michigan State University. He joined the USC faculty in 1974. Scott serves as an alternate councilor for the section from 2000-2004 and as councilor since 2005. Scott served as the Program Chair for SERMACS 2016.Among his many awards are the 1992 Amoco Foundation Outstanding Teacher Award, the 1998 Michael J. Mungo Award for Teaching, the 2009 SC Section American Chemical Society Distinguished Service Award, and the 2015 University of South Carolina Service Award in 2015. He is an ACS Fellow, class of 2016.
Jim is a Professor in the College of Charleston Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry and serves as Associate Dean of the School of Sciences & Mathematics as well as the campus director for the INBRE program. He received his Ph.D. from the University of South Carolina; and his BS from Mercer University. Jim has served as Secretary-Treasurer of the South Carolina Section since January 1, 2010, handling finances as well as producing the newsletter and maintaining the website. For SERMACS 2016 he served as the webmaster, awards chair, and assistant treasurer.