Jeremy J. Hatch

Assistant Professor, Chemistry

503-352-1451

jjhatch2@pacificu.edu

UC Box: A121

Office: Strain 122C

 

Education

PhD in Chemistry, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, ILin 2011.

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM in 2004.

A.A. Liberal Arts, with honors, Albuquerque Technical Vocational Institute CC, Albuquerque, NM in 2002.

 

Publications

 

Hatch, Jeremy J.; McJunkin, Timothy R.; Hanson, Cynthia; Scott, Jill R. “Automated Interpretation of LIBS Spectra Uzing Fuzzy Logic Inference” Journal of Applied Optics, 2012, 51, 7, B155–B164

Hatch, Jeremy J.; Wiley, Mark J.; Gewirth, Andrew A. “Influence of Aromatic functionality on Quaternary Ammonium Levels for Cu Plating” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 2011, 158, D323-D329

Thorum, Matthew S.; Anderson, Cyrus A.; Hatch, Jeremy J.; Campbell, Andrew S.; Marshall, Nicholas M.; Zimmerman, Steven C.; Lu, Yi and Gewirth, Andrew A. “Direct, Electrocatalytic Oxygen Reduction by Laccase on Anthracene-2-methanethiol-Modified Gold” J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 2010, 1, 2251–2254

Hatch, Jeremy J.; Gewirth, Andrew A. “Potential Dependent Chromate Adsorption on Gold” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 2009, 156, D497-D502

Theodore P Ortiz, Jason A Marshall, Lauren A Meyer, Ryan W Davis, Jed C Macosko, Jeremy Hatch, David J Keller, James A Brozik “Stepping Statistics of Single HIV-1 Reverse Transcriptase Molecules During DNA Polymerization” J. Phys. Chem. B, 2005, 109, 33, 16127-31


Awards and Honors

NGIS Postdoctoral Fellow
List of Teachers ranked as excellent by their students

Dr. Thomas Whaley Endowed Memorial Scholarship

Dean E. Uhl Award
Golden Key International Honor Society member

UNM’s Dean’s List
L. B. Reeder Scholarship
Vice President’s Honor Roll
The National Dean’s List
Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society member

Eagle Scout


Course Information

At Pacific University, all faculty teach a variety of different courses. Typically, we do not use graduate teaching assistants, which means that your classes will be taught by professors and that you will have plenty of opportunites to get to know the faculty in your discipline.

Below I have listed some of the courses that I teach. We are always developing and trying out new classes, so the list may change now and then. You can use the links to the left to read descriptions of the courses listed below.

 

CHEM 220: General Chemistry I Lecture, Discussion and Laboratory

CHEM 230: General Chemistry II Lecture, Discussion and Laboratory

CHEM 370: Fundamentals of Physical Chemistry

CHEM 437: Solid State & Surface Chemistry