The University of Texas at Arlington

Jennifer Rhinehart

Jennifer  Rhinehart

Lecturer

Office: 103 CRB, Email: rhineh@uta.edu, Phone: 817-272-1091, FAX: 817-272-3808

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Teaching

Fall 2014

Biochemistry I

General Chemistry I

B.S., Chemistry, Whitworth University (2006)

M.S., Chemistry, University of Rochester (2008)

Ph.D., Chemistry, University of Rochester (2011)

Postdoctoral Associate, University of Tennessee (2012-2014)

Jennifer (Miller) Rhinehart was born in Corvallis, Oregon where she grew up.  She stayed local to the Northwest attending Whitwhorth College, now University and received a B.S in Chemistry.  Besides studying, she started four years in goal for the women’s soccer team.  Although attending a small liberal art college, she was a two time participant in the REU-NSF program, conducting research at Iowa State University and University of Oregon.  After college, Jenn started exploring the United States and moved to upstate New York.  She completed her graduate research under the direction of Professor William Jones at the University of Rochester with a focus on rhodium electrophilic oxidation as a member of the Center for Enabling New Technology (CENTC) and successfully defended her thesis in December 2011.  She then moved to the new laboratory of Professor Brian Long at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville to develop catalysts for olefin polymerizations.

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

The University of Texas at Arlington · Arlington, Texas 76019-0065 USA

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