News

2 Aug

We would like to welcome Dr. Kimberly Quedado as the NanoSAFE Education Coordinator. Kimberly is technically trained in both Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry. In addition to her technical training, Kimberly has teaching experience in both secondary and post-secondary education. The combination of her teaching experience with her technical knowledge will be of great benefit to the NanoSAFE education and outreach programs.

Kimberly earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry at Wheeling Jesuit University and both a Master of Science in Organic Chemistry and Doctor of Philosophy in Organic Chemistry at WVU.

She brings a great deal of experience and passion to her new role. Kimberly is devoted to improving science education, mentoring and inspiring students to pursue careers in STEM fields.

Kimberly can be contacted at 304-293-7382 or kimberly.quedado@mail.wvu.edu. Her office location is 313 White Hall.

Please join us in welcoming her to NanoSAFE.