Dr. Gonzalez received his Ph. D. at the University of North Texas under the mentor-ship
of Dr. Thomas R. Cundari. Dr. Gonzalez, has experience teaching at the high school
and undergraduate level students. In addition to academia he loves to cook and garden.
During his graduate career, Dr. Gonzalez focused on small molecule activation via
late transition metal catalysts. Now Dr. Gonzalez enjoys reading about best practices
for advising and teaching.
Dr. Gonzalez enjoys teaching chemistry classes and professional development workshops.
- PhD, Chemistry, University of North Texas, 2012
- BS, Biochemistry, University of North Texas, 2006
- Control of Olefin Hydroarylation Catalysis via a Sterically and Electronically Flexible
Platinum(II) Catalyst Scaffold (Journal Article, Academic Journal), Discovery, Published, June, 2013
- PtII-Catalyzed Ethylene Hydrophenylation: Influence of Dipyridyl Chelate Ring Size
on Catalyst Activity and Longevity (Journal Article, Academic Journal), Discovery, Published, May, 2013
- A computational comparison of NiII and PtII hydrido-tris(pyrazolyl)borate supported
hydroarylation catalysis (Journal Article, Academic Journal), Discovery, Published, February, 2012
- Mechanistic Studies of Ethylene Hydrophenylation Catalyzed by Bipyridyl Pt(II) Complexes (Journal Article, Academic Journal), Discovery, Published, November, 2011
- CO2-formatics: How do proteins bind carbon dioxide? (Journal Article, Academic Journal), Discovery, Published, August, 2009
- UNIVERSITY STRATEGIES - UNIV 1003 - Fall 2020
- HEALTH CAREERS PROFESSIONALISM - NUTR 4592 - Fall 2020
- GENERAL CHEMISTRY I LAB - CHEM 1131 - Fall 2020
- HEALTH PROFESSION SCHOOL PREP - PPH 3901 - Spring 2020
- GENERAL CHEMISTRY I LECTURE - CHEM 1123 - Fall 2019