Dr. Jemima Ingle
Dr. Jemima Ingle, chemistry program director and assistant professor of chemistry, joined the faculty at the University of Saint Mary in the Fall of 2008. She completed her undergraduate education at Howard Payne University (B.A., 2001), and earned her graduate degree in analytical chemistry from Baylor University (Ph.D., 2006).
Prior to coming to USM, Dr. Ingle was awarded a post-doctoral fellowship from the National Science Foundation. As a Discovery Corps Fellow, she directed an undergraduate research and development program at North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro, NC, where she also taught for two semesters.
Her research focuses on the application of statistical techniques to spectroscopic data for a variety of analyses, including pollutant concentration in wastewater and chiral analysis. She recently received a Faculty Development Award from NSF, which has been used for new lab equipment and on-going student research projects.
Dr. Ingle teaches courses in general chemistry, organic chemistry, allied health chemistry, analytical chemistry, and instrumental analysis.