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Sheila Adamus Liotta

Associate Professor
Dean, School of Arts & Sciences

Contact Information:
Ruane Center for the Humanities 147


Ph.D. - Organic Chemistry Cornell University

Area(s) of Expertise:

Organic Chemistry

Awards and Honors:

Membership - Alpha Epsilon Delta
Membership - Phi Beta Kappa

Selected Publications:

Haberle, Charles., Adamus Liotta, Sheila., Sickinger, Patricia. (2012). Establishing a Comprehensive Chairs Development Program. The Department Chair, Jossey-Bass., 6-7.

Adamus Liotta, Sheila., Haberle, Charles., Sickinger, Patricia. (2011). Transforming the Department Chair Role: Institutional Strategies to Facilitate Change. The Department Chair, Jossey-Bass., 12-14.

Baer, Carl., Adamus Liotta, Sheila. (1999). The Solubility of Ionic Solids and Molecular Liquids. Journal of Chemical Education, 76, 1540.

Recent Presentations:

Adamus Liotta, Sheila., New England Association of Chemistry Teachers 74th Summer Conference, New England Association of Chemistry Teachers, Easton, MA, "Measurement of Radon in Air: Test Your Own Home for Radioactivity". August, 2013.

Adamus Liotta, Sheila., Haberle, Charles., 28th Annual Academic Chairpersons Conference, K-State, Orlando, FL, "Transforming the Department Chair Role: Institutional Strategies to Faciliate Change". February, 2011.

Adamus Liotta, Sheila., Sixth National Conference of the Council on Undergraduate Research, Council on Undergraduate Research, Durham, NC, "Face Selection in Electrophilic Additions to Trigonal Carbon". June, 1996.

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