Rowley, John

Portrait of Dr. John Rowley, Assistant Professor - Chemistry

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Assistant Professor - Chemistry

Education:

  • Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University: Baltimore, Maryland
  • B.S. University of Alaska Fairbanks: Fairbanks, Alaska
  • A.S. Flathead Valley Community College: Kalispell, Montana

Areas of Interest: Physical Chemistry, Photoelectrolysis, Electron Transfer, Renewable Energy

Courses Taught: Physical Chemistry, General Chemistry, Essentials of Chemistry, Integrated Lab

Dr. John Rowley, Ph.D., is the recipient of the Guido Bugni Professorship:

The financial support of the Guido Bugni Professorship makes it possible for me to provide research opportunities to our students, specifically working to invent new and creative mechanisms that convert solar energy into a chemical fuel. Undergraduate reserach is an open-ended, creative, and interdisciplinary process that illustrates to our students the value of the broad spectrum of academic disciplines to which they have been exposed to at Carroll College. My students are motivated to develop new forms of renewable energy because of their desire to use their knowledge of chemistry to serve the human family. Our students do not simply want knowledge to prepare them for a vocation; they want the knowledge and awareness that will allow them to choose a vocation that makes a difference in the world. Thank you to everyone who has helped support undergraduate research at Carroll College.

Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University: Baltimore, Maryland; B.S. University of Alaska Fairbanks: Fairbanks, Alaska; A.S. Flathead Valley Community College: Kalispell, Montana