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About David I. Kreller

Dr. Kreller is a Canadian who came to Georgia Southern in 2007 from the University of Notre Dame, where he had worked first as a post-doctoral research associate (in association with Notre Dame’s Center for Environmental Science and Technology) and then as a visiting assistant professor, in the department of Civil Engineering and Geological Sciences. When Professor Kreller is not in the classroom or the lab he enjoys getting fresh air, either by hiking or exploring the back roads of the Statesboro area on his (road) bicycle.


Present Marketing Contact, Georgia Southern University
Present Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, College of Science and Mathematics, Georgia Southern University

Curriculum Vitae

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Honors and Awards

  • Most Improved Teaching Assistant (2002)
  • Graduate Student Presentation Award (2001)


  • Principles of Chemistry I (GSU: CHEM 1145)
  • Principles of Chemistry II (GSU: CHEM 1146)
  • Analytical Chemistry (GSU: CHEM 2232)
  • Environmental Chemistry (GSU: CHEM 3090, ND: CE 60320)
  • Analytical Research (GSU: CHEM 4890)
  • Instrumental Methods of Environmental Analysis (Graduate) (ND: CE 60327)
  • Environmental Geology (Freshman) (ND: ENVG 10100)
  • Water-Rock Interactions (Junior/Senior) (ND: ENVG 40340)

Contact Information

P.O.Box 8064
Statesboro, GA 30460
Phone: (912 ) 478-7266
Office: 2232 Chemistry & Nursing Bldg


Publications (5)

Conference and Invited Presentations (11)

Grants Awarded (9)