Professors Leung and Marshall Unravel Intermolecular Interactions

Introduced by Amherst College President Anthony W. Marx, Professors Helen Leung and Mark Marshall present a lecture in honor of Professor Marshall’s appointment to the Class of 1959 Professorship of Chemistry and Professor Leung’s appointment to the George H. Corey 1888 Professorship of Chemistry. The lecture, titled, “Unraveling Intermolecular Interactions through Spectroscopic Determination of Molecular Structure,” was presented Thursday, February 25, 2009 in Cole Assembly Room.

Amherst College Chemistry Professors Helen O. Leung and Mark D. Marshall Awarded Three-Year, $377,936 NSF Grant

October 10, 2008   
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AMHERST, Mass.—Helen O. Leung and Mark D. Marshall, professors of chemistry at Amherst College, have been awarded a three-year, $377,936 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).

Professional and Biographical Information

Degrees

Ph.D., Chemistry, Harvard University (1985)
“Molecular potential energy surfaces probed by high resolution far-infrared and microwave spectroscopy,”
M.A., Chemistry, Harvard University (1981)
B.S., Chemistry, University of Rochester (1979)
A.M. (honorary), Amherst College (2000)

Amherst College Chemistry Professors Mark Marshall and Helen Leung Are Authors of Paper on Hydroxyl Radical Bond with Water

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