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Bringing Power to the Classroom

When we heard that The Analytical Scientist Power List is being used as a teaching tool in the analytical chemistry curriculum at New Jersey’s Rowan University, we were intrigued. Here, we talk to Assistant Professor James Grinias and Life Sciences Librarian Samantha Kennedy to find out more.

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James Grinias

James Grinias is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, Rowan University, Glassboro, New Jersey, USA.


Samantha Kennedy

Samantha Kennedy is the Life Sciences Librarian in Campbell Library at Rowan University.

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