Anne McNeil grew up in Buffalo, NY. She graduated from the College of William and Mary in 1999 with a BS in Chemistry. Her graduate work was with Dave Collum at Cornell University where she earned her PhD in 2005. She did a post-doc with Tim Swager at MIT from 2005-2007. She joined the faculty at UM in summer 2007. She is the proud mom of two beautiful children – Evan and Emily.
PhD in Chemistry, 2015, U-Michigan, Advisor: Anne McNeil
BS in Chemistry, 2010, Wayne State University, Advisor: Jeremy Kodanko
Danielle is developing a curriculum focused on “real world” applications of polymers, aimed at high school students. The curriculum will be piloted this summer through the Michigan Math & Science Scholars Program and ultimately will be publicly available for external use.
B.S. in Chemistry, 2010; Youngstown State University
B.A. in Spanish, 2010; Youngstown State University
Ph.D. in Chemical Biology, 2015; University of Michigan
Ph.D. advisor: Carol A. Fierke
Carol Ann joined the REBUILD team in January 2016 and is working with the HHMI team on the redesign and enhancement of an undergraduate organic chemistry lab course, including integration of writing assignments and peer review into the curriculum and developing materials for graduate student instructor training.
B.S. in Chemistry, 2009; Cedarville University
Advisor: Mark McClain
Ph.D. in Chemistry, 2014; University of Michigan
Advisor: Adam Matzger
Rachel joined the REBUILD team (jointly advised with Profs. John Wolfe and Brian Coppola) in August of 2014 and is working on a variety of chemistry education and institutional transformation projects.