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About Emily Barth

Emily Barth, Ph.D. is Lecturer in Chemistry at Sacred Heart University. Dr. Barth is published in industry peer-reviewed journals; Journal of the American Chemical Society, Chemistry Solutions and ACS Catalysis. She is also a recipient of the Kenneth B. Wiberg Research Fellowship from Yale University. Dr. Barth's research interests include chemistry education research including differences in retention, perseverance, and perception of belonging between students taking chemistry courses at primarily undergraduate institutions and R1 institutions and organometallic chemistry.
Emily has also been involved in many science outreach activities, including the American Chemical Society Science Coaches program and the development of a chemistry magic show for elementary and middle school students. 

Dr. Barth completes a M.S. and Ph.D. in Chemistry from Yale University and B.S. in Biology from Florida Gulf Coast University.


June 2022 - Present Lecturer Chemistry, Sacred Heart University Chemistry Department
2018 - 2022 Graduate Student Researcher, Yale University


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Professional Service and Affiliations

2019 - Present Volunteer, New Haven Family Science Nights
2016 - Present Member, American Chemical Society Member
2016 - 2017 Coordinator, Girls in Engineering, Mathematics, and Science (GEMS)
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Honors and Awards

  • Kenneth B. Wiberg Research Fellowship
  • Undergraduate Student Scholarship Support Award
  • Alice and Karl Sheffield Grant


2022 Ph.D., Yale University ‐ Chemistry
2019 M.S., Yale University ‐ Chemistry
2017 B.S., Florida Gulf Coast University ‐ Biology

Contact Information

College of Arts & Sciences
Science Center of Academic Building
Chemistry SC*105
203- 396-8371


Research Works (5)