Dr. Jeanne W. Bundens
Professor of Chemistry and Chair
Ph.D., M.A. Bryn Mawr College; B.S. Eastern College
Dr. Bundens is a computational chemist who does molecular modeling of strained ring systems. ¬†Other interests include training education majors to teach chemistry at the elementary grade level and advising the campus chemistry club. Teaching includes physical chemistry, general chemistry and chemical education. ¬†Professor Bundens and her husband Gregory have two sons, Bryce and Jared. ¬†The Bundens family are members of Trinity Christian Reformed Church in Broomall, PA.
Dr. Jeffrey A. Lawton
Associate Professor of Biochemistry
Ph.D. Baylor College of Medicine; B.S. LeTourneau University
Dr. Jeff Lawton is a biochemist who does research characterizing macromolecules involved in host-pathogen interactions. ¬†Other interests include cycling and developing greater ties with academic institutions in Asia. Courses include biochemistry, research, Structural Basis of Human Disease, and Science in Society.¬†
Dr. Kelly Mowery
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Ph.D. University of Michigan; B.A. Transylvania University¬†
Dr. Mowery joined the Eastern University Chemistry Department in August 2012. ¬†She worked as a visiting assistant professor at Ursinus College before joining the department. ¬†Professor Mowery is an analytical chemist and investigates strategies to develop electrochemical sensors for large, polyionic compounds. ¬†Dr. Mowery's teaching involves nursing chemistry, applied chemistry, quantitative analysis, and instrumental analysis.
Dr. Joon-Seo Park
Associate Professor of Chemistry
Ph.D. University of Houston; M.S., B.S. Sogang University
Dr. Park joined the Eastern University Chemistry Department in August 2009 from the NanoBiotechnology Center of the Roswell Park Cancer Institute in NY. ¬†He is an organic chemist with interdiscipinary research employing organic synthesis to study interfacial phenomena with nano-scale materials. ¬†Professor Park ¬†teaches the organic chemistry lectures and laboratories as well as student research.
Dr. Anna Ping Lawton
Adjunct Instructor of Chemistry and Biology
Ph.D. Baylor College of Medicine; M.S. University of Louisiana; B.S. Wuhan University
Dr. Anna Lawton has advanced training and teaching experience in organic chemistry as well as academic experience in molecular biology. Teaching includes organic chemistry and molecular biology laboratories.