Charlie Bass Dr. and Mrs. Larry Hearn McCalla Professor of Chemistry RMSC 306 C Wofford College 429 N Church Street Spartanburg, SC 29303-3663 864-597-4631 email@example.com
|Degree / Experience:||Institution||Advisor|
|B.S.||William Carey College|
|Ph.D.||University of Tennessee||Professor Emeritus Ronald M. Magid|
|Post Doctoral Research||University of British Columbia||Professor Emeritus James P. Kutney|
|Post Doctoral Research||Cancer Research Institute Arizona State University: Unfortunately, Arizona State University has seen fit to dismantle this institute despite the discovery of many natural products shown to have useful anticancer properties.||Regent's Professor George R. Pettit|
Presently, Dr. Bass teaches:
Chemistry, Concepts and Methods (Chem 104)
Modern Experimental Methods (Chem 340)
Dr. Bass's Current Class and Lab Schedule
Research Interests: Most of Dr. Bass's research interests revolve round developing labs for his Organic Chemistry and Chemistry, Concepts and Methods courses. He is also interested in asymmetric synthesis, solid phase synthesis, natural products isolation and structure determination, and the examination of organic reaction mechanisms.
Other Interests: Dr. Bass served as an Scout Leader for Troop 114 at St. Paul United Methodist Church in Spartanburg, SC for many wonderful years. He is grateful to St Paul and to BSA for those opportunities. Currently he is an advisor to Wofford College's Pi Iota Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, a fraternity dedicated to service to others. Please check their website for links to some of the service projects they are involved with. He is listed as the leader for Wofford College's Venture Crew. Both his 20-year-old son and his 16-year-old son are Eagle Scouts. His greatest out-of-class interest may be found at this site.
Downloads: You can follow the links below to get Acrobat Reader, which is necessary to view some of the files stored on the Chemistry Department's server on Wofford's Intranet. PowerPoint Reader is necessary to view the PowerPoint lecture notes also found on the Chemistry Department's server. ACD ChemSketch is a chemical structure drawing program that may be downloaded free for home and academic use. It may prove valuable when writing formal lab reports (the pictures may be copied to Windows clipboard and then pasted into Microsoft Word documents), or for making documents used to ask questions.
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