Dr. Jason Keleher

Jason (better known around Lewis as DK) is Professor and Chair of the Department of Chemistry at Lewis University. He holds a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from Clarkson University in Potsdam New York. Outside of the classroom and research laboratory Jason is a die-hard fan of  Clarkson University Golden Knights Hockey and the New York Yankees but most importantly enjoys (most of the time) a “relaxing” round of golf. 

Meet the KRG Team!!

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Abigail Dudek

BS Mortuary Science & Funeral Service (Southern Illinois University Carbondale 2017)

MS Chemistry (2022)

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Ian Deninger

BS Health Science (University of Missouri- Columbia 2017)

MS Chemistry (2022)

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Mantas Miliauskas

BS Chemistry (Lewis University 2020)

MS Chemistry (2023)

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Chase Rogers

BS Biochemistry (Lewis University 2020)

MS Chemistry & Physics  (2023)

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Joseph Powell

BS Chemistry (Lewis University 2020)

BA Forensic Criminal Investigation  (Lewis University 2020)

MS Chemistry (2023)

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Ashna Sran

BS Biology (Lewis University 2021)

MS Chemistry (2023)

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Caitlin Shanahan

BS Biology (Lewis University 2021)

BA Spanish Language & Culture (Lewis University 2021)

MS Chemistry (2023)

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Kiana Cahue

BS Chemistry (Lewis University 2021)

MS Chemistry (2023)

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Ryan Gentile

BS Chemistry (2022)

BS Physics (2022)

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Adam Caridi

BS Chemistry (2022)

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Agnes Florczyk

BS Biology (2022)

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Andrew Baeder

BS Biology (2023)

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Tatiana Cahue

BS Physics (2023)

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Amy Mlynarski

Instructor & Community Outreach Coordinator, Department of Chemistry

(MS Chemistry, Lewis University 2017)

 

Thesis Title: Effect of Molecular Structure on Modulation of Passivation Films on Cu Chemical Mechanical Planarization  (CMP)