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About Daniel de Lill

With a background in inorganic and materials chemistry, Dr. de Lill currently teaches General Chemistry courses at NSU. Dr. de Lill came to NSU after teaching courses in Inorganic Chemistry, Materials Chemistry, and Quantitative Analysis at Florida Atlantic University for seven years. When not in the classroom or research lab, Dr. de Lill writes science fiction and aspires to be the next Asimov.

Positions

2019 - Present Instructor, Nova Southeastern University Halmos College of Arts and Sciences - Department of Chemistry and Physics
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2010 - 2017 Assistant Professor, Florida Atlantic University ‐ Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
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2009 - 2010 National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Nevada, Reno ‐ Department of Chemistry
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Honors and Awards

  • (2004) Graduate Student Travel Award - Division of Inorganic Chemistry
  • (2005-2007) Achievement Reward for College Scientists (ARCS) Scholar
  • (2006) Sigma Xi Grants-in-Aid of Research (national competition)
  • (2007) Cosmos Club Foundation Grants-in-Aid of Young Scholars
  • (2007) Dimitris N. Chorafas Foundation Prize
  • (2008) Graduate Student Prize in Chemistry
  • (2016) FAU Distinguished Mentor of the Year Award

Education

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2008 Ph.D. Inorganic Chemistry, George Washington University
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2006 M.Phil. Chemistry, George Washington University
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2000 B.A. National Sciences: Chemistry (cum laude), Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania
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1999 B.A. French (cum laude), Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania
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Articles (24)

Books and Book Contributions (1)