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Bachelor of Science, Wilkes College, Wilkes-Barre, PA
Doctor of Philosophy, State University of New York, Stony Brook

Chemical Principles I
Natural Science Seminar III
Introductory Chemistry I laboratory

Research Interests
 Analytical Chemistry
Chemical analysis of hookah smoke

 Mount Saint Mary College Faculty Award
Award for Innovative Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Technology through the International Conference on College Teaching and Learning

 Chair-Elect, Mid-Hudson ACS
Member, American Chemical Society (ACS)
Past-Chair, Mid Hudson ACS
Chemistry Olympiad Chair, Mid-Hudson ACS
Member, Council on Undergraduate Research
Member, National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)
Project Kaleidoscope Faculty for the 21st Century
Member, Environmental Consortium of Hudson Valley Colleges and Universities
Advisor, American Chemical Society Student Affiliates


Green chemistry experiments in undergraduate laboratories: an ACS Symposium Series E-book
Jodie T. Fahey, Lynn Maelia
American Chemical Society, 2017

Chapter Title: Designing new science laboratories at Mount Saint Mary College: Reflections of a faculty shepherd
Lynn Maelia
Book Title: Innovations and renovations: Designing the teaching laboratory
Editor: Lynne A. O’Connell
American Chemical Society, 2014

General synthsis of Iron(III) Tetrathiolate complexes. Structural and spectroscopic models for the [Fe(Cys-S)4] center in oxidized Rubredoxin
Lynn Maelia, M.Millar, S.A. Koch
Inorganic Chemistry, v31, n22, 1992, p4594-4600

Eleven Tungsten atom cluster labels: high resolution site specific probes for electron microscopy
Lynn Maelia, J.F. Hainfeld, C.J. Foley, J.J. Lipka
The Journal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry, v38, n12, 1990, p1787-1793

Gallium analogs of Iron Sulfide Thiolate compounds; analysis of the structural parameters in Ga(III) and Fe(III) Chalcogenide compounds
Lynn Maelia, S.A. Koch
Inorganic Chemistry, v25, n11, 1986, p1896-1904

Syntheses and structures of the [Fe(III)(SPh)4] and [Fe(III)(SEt)4] anions. A general route to Iron(III) tetrathiolate complexes
Lynn Maelia, S.A. Koch
Journal of the American Chemistry Society, v105, n18, 1983, p5944-5945

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