Steven C. Haefner
Professor of Chemistry
Chair, Department of Chemical Sciences
Bridgewater State University
B.S. Chemistry, 1987, University of California, Los Angeles
Ph. D. Inorganic Chemistry, 1992, Michigan State University ( Kim R. Dunbar)
Joint Postdoctoral Research Associate, 1992 - 1996
Texas A&M University (F. Albert Cotton) and Los Alamos National Laboratory (Alfred P. Sattelberger)
Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Wake Forest University, NC, 1996 - 2001
Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Davidson College, NC, 2001-2002
Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Bridgewater State University, MA, 2002-2007
Associate Professor of Chemistry, Bridgewater State University, MA 2007-2016
Professor of Chemistry, Bridgewater State University, MA 2016-current
Research Information Current Research Interests
Inorganic Chemistry: Synthesis, spectroscopy and structures of transition metal inorganic and organometallic complexes. Applications toward small molecule activation; catalysis; solvated metal-metal bonded complexes; site specific binding of biomolecules; one dimensional metal-metal bonded assemblies and molecular wires.
Haefner Research Group at BSU
Information about the current and past members and projects of the Haefner Research Group at BSU
Undergraduate Research Opportunities
A number of research opennings for higly motivated and dedicated Bridgewater State Undergraduates.
A list of recent publications.
Office of Undergraduate Research and Adrian Tinsley Program (ATP)
Grant opportunities for Bridgewater Students to perform undergraduate research at BSU
Course Information Chem 142, Summer 2019
The homepage for Chemical Principles II, at the beginning of the 3rd millennium.
Chem 142 LABORATORY, Summer 2019
The laboratory homepage for Chemical Principles II, Laboratory Sections. This is a Blackboard Site. Once you log into Blackboard, the site will be visible if its available..
Chem 141, Summer 2019
The homepage for Chemical Principles I, at the beginning of the 3rd millennium.
Chem 141 LABORATORY, Summer 2019
The laboratory homepage for Chemical Principles I, Laboratory Sections. This is a Blackboard Site.
Chem 444, Spring 2018
The homepage for Inorganic Chemistry
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Resources Computing and Software at Bridgewater State University
Information pertaining to computing and chemistry related software at BSU
Library Resources at Bridgewater State University
Information about library databases and journals that pertain to chemistry available at BSU (in progress)
Contact Information Contact Information
How and when you can get a hold of me.
Where and when you might find me during the week
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