Dr. Matt Arthur

Building: 
Kettering Science Building
Office Number: 
419
Phone: 
419.289.5280

Bio

Matthew L. Arthur, Ph.D., is a professor of chemistry. He earned his B.S. from University of New Mexico in 1976 and Ph.D. from New Mexico State University in 1984. He teaches courses in general and inorganic chemistry and has delivered inservice programs and intensive (15-30 hours) workshops in science education for K-12 teachers. In addition, he has directed Chemistry Can Be Fun Camp, a science camp for middle-grades students for 20 years. These programs have been supported by grants from the Ohio Board of Regents, Project Discovery and the Dr. Scholl Foundation, as well as by affiliate grants from the Miami University TOYS program and the Institute for Chemical Education (ICE).

Education

B.S., University of New Mexico
Ph.D., New Mexico State University

I work in...

At Ashland University, our programs in chemistry, biochemistry, geology and physics emphasize close faculty/student interactions and hands-on experience with modern equipment.  Our majors have the opportunity to work side by side with experts in the laboratory and the field... Read More

Events

Apr
24
The Senior Art Exhibition is the capstone experience for graduating... Read more
Apr
27
What better way to encounter the culture of Latin America... Read more
Apr
29
Ashland University Department of Music presents two student ensemble recitals... Read more
May
4
Ashland University Department of Music presents the annual Variable Winds... Read more
May
30
The third annual River Teeth Nonfiction Conference features guest presenters... Read more