He is continually happy
Who has the opportunity of depending on the excellent,
Of consulting the learned,
And of conversing with the good-natured.
Sakya Pandita Kunga Gyaltsen
A. Reviews of Manuscripts, Proposals and Educational Materials | B. Consulting | C. Service at Conferences: Organization of Symposia and Chairing of Symposia | D. University Service: Campus, College, and Department.
|A.||Reviews of Manuscripts, Proposals, and Educational Materials|
|a.||Journal Article Reviews (534, 500th review on 2/9/5)|
|1.||Journal of the American Chemical Society, since 1987, 110 reviews (100th review 4/9/4)|
|2.||Journal of Computational Chemistry, since 1987, 13 reviews|
|3.||Journal of Organic Chemistry, since 1989, 65 reviews|
|4.||Journal of Physical Chemistry, since 1991, 35 reviews|
|5.||Journal of Chemical Education, since 1991, 47 reviews|
|6.||Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters, since 1991, 1 review|
|7.||Inorganic Chemistry, since 1992, 7 reviews|
|8.||Journal of the Chemical Society, Perkin Transactions 1 & 2, 1993 - 2002, 50 reviews|
|9.||Organic Mass Spectrometry, since 1993, 1 review|
|10.||Tetrahedron Letters, since 1994, 6 reviews|
|11.||Zeitschrift für Kristallographie, since 1995, 1 review|
|12.||Tetrahedron: Asymmetry, since 1995, 2 reviews|
|13.||Organometallics, since 1995, 4 reviews|
|14.||Journal of Materials Chemistry, since 1995, 5 reviews|
|15.||Canadian Journal of Chemistry, since 1995, 2 reviews|
|16.||Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions, 1995-1998, 12 reviews|
|17.||Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, since 1998, 21 reviews|
|18.||Journal of the Chemical Society, Dalton Transactions, since 1996, 2 reviews|
|19.||Journal of the Chemical Society, Chemical Communications, since 1996, 20 reviews|
|20.||Journal of the Chemical Society, Mendeleev Communications, since 1996, 2 reviews|
|21.||Chemical Research in Toxicology, since 1996, 11 reviews|
|22.||Angewandte Chemie, since 1996, 8 reviews|
|23.||Chemistry - A European Journal, since 1997, 21 reviews|
|24.||Intern. Journal of Chemical Kinetics, since 1997, 9 reviews|
|25.||Molecular Physics, since 1997, 1 review|
|26.||Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry, since 1997, 6 reviews|
|27.||Journal of Chemical Research, since 1998, 1 review|
|28.||European Journal of Organic Chemistry, since 1998, 4 reviews|
|29.||Coordination Chemistry Reviews, since 1998, 1 review|
|30.||Organic Letters, since 1999, 11 reviews|
|31.||Internet Journal of Chemistry, since 1999, 1 review|
|32.||Chemistry of Materials, since 1999, 3 reviews|
|33.||Theoretical Chemistry Accounts, since 1999, 4 reviews|
|34.||Tetrahedron, since 1999, 6 reviews|
|35.||Journal of Computer-Aided Molecular Design, since 1999, 1 review|
|36.||Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry, since 2000, 3 reviews|
|37.||Journal of Chemical Crystallography, since 2001, 3 reviews|
|38.||Journal of Molecular Modeling, since 2001, 4 reviews|
|39.||New Journal of Chemistry, since 2001, 1 review|
|40.||Crystal Growth & Design, since 2002, 6 reviews||41.||Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, since 2002, 4 reviews||42.||PhysChemComm, since 2003, 1 review||43.||Journal Molecular Structure, since 2003, 7 reviews||44.||Advances in Physical Organic Chemistry, since 2003, 1 review||45.||Nature, since 2003, 4 reviews||46.||Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation (JCTC), since 2004, 2 reviews||47.||Royal Society Reviews, since 2005, 2 reviews||48.||Molecular Diversity, since 2005, 1 review||49.||Letters Organic Chemistry, since 2005, 1 review||50.||Heteroatom Chemistry, since 2005, 1 review||51.||Journal of Molecular Graphics and Modelling, since 2005, 1 review|
|b.||Proposal Reviews (103, 100th review written 4/2/5)|
|1.||Research Board, University of Missouri, since 1992, 19 reviews|
|2.||American Chemical Society (PRF), since 1992, 29 reviews|
|3.||National Science Foundation, since 1993, 21 reviews|
|4.||International Science Foundation, since 1993, 1 review|
|5.||University Research Council, Senayan, Jakarta, since 1996, 1 review|
|6.||Research Corporation, since 1996, 4 reviews|
|7.||Louisiana Education Quality Support Fund R & D Program, since 1996, 1 review|
|8.||Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools, since 1996, 1 review|
|9.||United States Department of Agriculture, since 1998, 1 review|
|10.||Technology Assessment, MU University Patents & Licensing, since 1998, 3 reviews|
|11.||South Carolina EPSCoR Program, since 2002, 1 review|
|12.||NSF-DUE-CCLI Grant Review Panel, July 14-17, 2003, 11 reviews|
|13.||CRDF - U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation, since 2003, 2 reviews|
|c.||Reviews of Educational Materials (24)|
|1.||Fessenden & Fessenden, Organic Chemistry, 5/e, Brooks/Cole, 1992.|
|2.||Loudon, Organic Chemistry, 3/e, Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Company, 6/92.|
|3.||Zollinger, Diazo Chemistry I, 2/e, 5/93.|
|4.||Kuhn & Försterling, Moleküle und Molekülanhäufungen, John Wiley & Sons, 3/94.|
|5.||Carey, Organic Chemistry, 3/e, John Wiley & Sons, 6/94.|
|6.||Zollinger, Diazo Chemistry II, 1 chapter, 12/94.|
|7.||Vollhardt & Shore, Organic Chemistry, 2/e, W.F. Freeman, Pre-rev. eval., 12/95.|
|8.||Lambert, Shurvell, Lightner and Cooks, Part 3 (Electron Spectroscopy) of Introduction to Organic Spectroscopy, 2/e, Prentice Hall, 6/96.|
|9.||Fox & Whitesell, Organic Chemistry, 2/e, Jones & Bartlett Publ., 6/96. See Review Copy Request web site.|
|10.||Vollhardt & Shore, Organic Chemistry, Freeman & Co., Post-revision evaluation, 6/97.|
|11.||Daley & Daley, Organic Chemistry, Review of Preliminary First Edition, Wm. C. Brown Publishers, 6/97.|
|12.||Comparative Analysis of Wade, Organic Chemistry, 3/e, Prentice Hall, and Brown & Foote, Organic Chemistry, 2/e, Saunders College Publishing, 12/97.|
|13.||ChemCoach tutorials on "The Chemistry Place," Addison Wesley Longman/Peregrine Publisher, 1/99.|
|14.||ChemCoach tutorial on "Equilibrium," Addison Wesley Longman/Peregrine Publisher, 3/99.||15.||Hornback, Organic Chemistry, 1/e, Brooks/Cole, 4/00.|
|16.||Prospectus of Laboratory Manual, McGraw-Hill, 8/00.|
|17.||Infrared-Spectroscopy Tutorial. McGraw-Hill Co., 12/00.|
|18.||Chemistry of Alkynes Tutorial. McGraw-Hill Co., 12/00.|
|19.||Review of ChemCoach Tutorials. McGraw-Hill Co., 1/01.|
|20.||Review of 3 chapters of Vollhardt/Schore, Organic Chemistry, 4/e, W.F. Freeman, 2/01.|
|21.||Review of 4 chapters of Vollhardt/Schore, Organic Chemistry, 4/e, W.F. Freeman, 7/01.|
|22.||Review of book proposal on Selected Name Reactions in Organic Chemistry, Academic Press, 7/02.|
|23.||Hornback, Organic Chemistry, 2/e, Brooks/Cole, 8/03.||24.||Book Proposal, Non-Science Major Chemistry, Benjamin-Cummings, 4/17/05.|
|Consulting interests include Translations of Chemistry Documents (German/English and English/German) and the Development of Educational Materials for Chemistry Education (focus on web-based media, testing materials).|
|9.||Translation of Advanced Organic Chemistry, Reaction Mechanisms by R. Brueckner, 2nd Ed. Harcourt / Academic Press, San Diego, CA, 2006. ISBN: --.|
|8.||Instructor, Advanced Placement Teacher Education, Truman State University, May 2003.|
|7.||Member, Organic Chemistry Examination Committee of the American Chemical Society, Preparation of 2004 Examination. Pro Bono.|
|6.||Consultant, ACT Inc. and the Association of American Medical Colleges.|
|5.||Author & Consultant, Educational Materials Development, McGraw-Hill Company.|
|4.||Translation of Advanced Organic Chemistry, Reaction Mechanisms by R. Bruckner, Harcourt / Academic Press, San Diego, CA, 2001. ISBN: 0-12-138110-2.|
|3.||Invited Conferee, Organic Chemistry Summit, McGraw-Hill, Eagle Ridge Inn & Resort, Galena, Illinois, July 13-16, 2000.|
|2.||Development of the companion web sites for the texts by Bruice and Wade, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ. (see Education)|
|1.||Author & Editor of Testing Materials for the American Institute of Research.|
|a.||Organization of Symposia and Conferences|
|10.||"Science Education: Vital Connection of Science to the Public Sphere" Symposium at the 19th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, July 30 - August 3, 2006. Symposium Organizers: Rainer Glaser, Department of Chemistry, University of Missouri-Columbia, Penny Gilmer, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Florida State University, and Susan Schelble, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Colorado-Denver.|
|9.||"Science Communication for All: Grand Challenges, Grand Opportunities." Symposium at the AAAS 2006 Annual Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri, February 16-20, 2006. Organizers: Penny Gilmer, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Florida State University, and Rainer Glaser, Department of Chemistry, University of Missouri-Columbia.|
|8.||"Chemistry is in the News" Workshop at the Teaching Organic Chemistry Conference, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, June 2, 2005. Workshop Organizers: Susan Schelble, Department of Chemistry, University of Colorado-Denver, and Rainer Glaser, Department of Chemistry, University of Missouri-Columbia.|
|7.||"Chemistry is in the News" Workshop at the 18th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, July 18 - 22, 2004. Workshop Organizers: Rainer Glaser, Department of Chemistry, University of Missouri-Columbia, and Susan Schelble, Department of Chemistry, University of Colorado-Denver.|
|6.||NSF Multi-Initiative Dissemination Project. Eileen Lewis, University of California-Berkeley, Department of Chemistry, Organizer. Rainer Glaser, Local Host and Participant. The University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, Missouri, April 11 - 12, 2003.|
"Chemistry is in the News" Conference 2002 ---
The University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, Missouri, October 18 - 20, 2002.
Rainer Glaser and James Groccia, Organizers.
Chemistry is in the News Conference, News & Announcements, J. Chem. Educ. 2002, 79, 1069.
"Chemistry is in the News" Conference 2001 ---
The University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, Missouri, September 21 - 23, 2001.
Rainer Glaser and James Groccia, Organizers.
Chemistry is in the News Conference, News & Announcements, J. Chem. Educ. 2001, 78, 1018.
Symposium on "Anisotropic Organic Materials" ---
218th ACS National Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, August 22 - 26, 1999.
Rainer Glaser and Piotr Kaszynski, Organizers.
Symposium on "Nonlinear Optics" ---
32nd ACS Midwest Regional Meeting, Lake of the Ozarks, Osage Beach, MO, Oct. 29 - Nov. 1, 1997.
Rainer Glaser, Organizer.
Symposium on "Frontiers in Applications of Computational Chemistry"|
28th ACS Regional Meeting, Columbia, Missouri, November 10-12, 1993.
Bill Welsh, UMSL, and Rainer Glaser, MU, Co-Organizers.
|b.||Chairmanships at Symposia and Conferences|
Chairman, Saturday Morning Session.|
33rd Midwest Theoretical Chemistry Conference, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, May 25 - 27, 2000.
Symposium on "Theory, Isotope Effects, Physical Organic Chemistry"|
American Chemical Society, 215th National Meeting, Dallas, Texas, March 31, 1998.
Chairman, Poster Session, Division of Polymeric Materials: Science
American Chemical Society, 212th National Meeting, Orlando, FL, August 27, 1996.
Discussion Leader "Theoretical Description and Interpretation of Electron
Gordon Research Conference, State College, New Hampshire, July 2-7, 1995.
Chairman, General Session B, Division of Computers in Chemistry.|
Chairman, General Session C, Division of Computers in Chemistry.
American Chemical Society, National Meeting, Washington, DC, August 21-26, 1994.
Chairman, Session VI.|
Midwest Theoretical Chemistry Conference, Columbia, MO, May 19-21, 1994.
|2004-7||MU Environmental Studies Executive Committee.|
|2004-||Big Ideas for Teaching Excellence (BITE) Task Force.|
|2002-3||MU Information Technology Committee.|
|2002-3||Executive Committee, Educational Technologies at Missouri (eT@MO).|
|2000-3||Academic Grievance Panel.|
|1999-2003||Faculty Advisory Committee, Educational Technology at Missouri (eT@MO). Chair 2002-3.|
|1999-2002||Academic Assessment Committee.|
|1997-9||Howard Hughes Medical Institute Program Committee.|
|1996-9||Student Organizations, Governments, and Activities Committee (SOGA).|
|1996-8||Advisory Board, MU Institute for Instructional Technology (MUIIT).|
|1996-9||MU Study Abroad Advisory Council (SAAC).|
Report, May 19, 1997: "Strategies for Enhancing International Competence at MU."
|1995-9||Task Force for Research Computing. Subcomm. to the Provost's Comp. Comm.|
|2003-6||College of Arts & Science Promotion
and Tenure Committee. |
3-year term beginning August 1, 2003. Chair, AY04-05.
|1998-9||Divisional Committee on Faculty Responsibility. |
1-year term beginning September 1, 1998.
|1996-||Computer Committee (Chair 1996-8, resigned chairmanship in 1998.)|
|1992||Long Range Planning Committee. |
Co-author, Departmental "Self-Study" Document, 1993.
|1991-6||Cambridge Structural Database. Installation, Maintenance and Updating.|
|1991-2||Graduate Recruiting Committee.|