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Joseph C Ulichny


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Bio in Brief

Joseph C. Ulichny earned his B.S. in Chemistry with a minor in Mathematics from the University of Scranton, graduating from their Honors Program magna cum laude.  While at the University of Scranton, he was dually advised by Professor Josephine M. Dunn and Professor Trudy A. Dickneider, working on an interdisciplinary thesis project in art history and chemistry.  He then earned his M.A in Chemistry from Columbia University, working under the direction of Professor Gerard Parkin.  In 2008, he became an Associate in Chemistry at Columbia University under the mentorship of Professor James J. Valentini, now Dean of Columbia College.  He was given the Excellence in Chemistry Award from the University of Scranton, as well as the Jack Miller Teaching Award from Columbia University.  While in graduate school, he worked on synthetic and structural inorganic projects in the Parkin Lab.  In addition to chemistry, his interests are art history, art restoration and conservation, as well as the theatre.

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