Dr. Gregory Pritchett

Associate Professor
Email: gpritch@mytu.tuskegee.edu
Phone: 334-727-8836

Georgia State University, Ph.D. 1992, Biophysical Chemistry Tuskegee Institute, M.S. 1977, Organic Chemistry
Tuskegee Institute, B.S. 1972, Chemistry


Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Interim Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, Tuskegee University 2012- present
Chemistry Department Head, Associate Professor, Tuskegee University 1999 - 2012
Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Tuskegee University 1996 - 1999
Assistant Professor and W.K. Kellogg Fellow, Department of Chemistry, Tuskegee University 1993 - 1996
Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Auburn University 1992 - 1993
Nasa Graduate Fellow, Department of Chemistry, Georgia State University 1989 - 1992
Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Chemistry, Georgia State University 1984 - 1989
Instructor, Department of Chemistry, Tuskegee Institute 1982 - 1983
Associate Chemist, Biochemical Engineering Section, Bio-formulations Division, Southern Research Institute, Birmingham , Alabama 1981 - 1982
Associate Chemist, Microencapsulation Section, Bioformulations Division, Southern Research Institute, Birmingham, Alabama 1978 - 1981
Instructor, Department of Chemistry, Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee , Alabama 1976 - 1978
Instructor, Chattahooche Valley Community College, Phenix City, Alabama 1975 - 1976
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Chemistry, Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee, Alabama 1973 - 1975

I am primarily interested in teaching. More importantly, I am interested in improving the performance of students in the chemical sciences courses and providing a chemistry curriculum that will better prepare students for the work force and graduate school. I have been involved in National Science Foundation (NSF) and National Institutes of Health (NIH) initiatives to enhance the teaching of general, organic and biochemistry at Tuskegee University . I am also interested in working with high schools in the state of Alabama to improve the teaching of chemistry and to enhance the qualification of high school chemistry teachers. I am presently working with other chemistry faculty to secure NSF funding to impact high school science teaching.

National HBCU-UP/Undergraduate Science and Engineering Conference, Tuskegee, Alabama , November 22-24, 2002;
Annual Meeting, Council for Chemical Research, April, 2003, Austin , TX
Workshop on "Attitudes: Costumer Service" - Tuskegee University
Workshop on " Critical Thinking" - Tuskegee University

Kristen Holmes, Katisha Givens, Timothy Banks, Barbara Rackley and Gregory Pritchett "National Chemistry Week: Catalyst for Chapter Revitalization," 225th American Chemical Society National Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 23-27, 2003


Auburn Section, American Chemical Society
American Association for the Advancement of Science - Member
National Organization of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers - Member
Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society - Member
Beta Kappa Chi Scientific Society - Member
Golden Key National Honor Society, Honorary Member, Inducted Spring 1997

General Chemistry; Organic Chemistry; Organic Chemistry Lab; Analytical Chemistry; Analytical Chemistry Lab; Biochemistry


Auburn Section, American Chemical Society (Past Chair), Co-Advisor, Student Affiliates Chapter
National organization of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers, Reserve Officers Association (Past State President)
Judge, Annual Science Fairs at area High Schools
Career Program Coordinator and Mentoring Committee, Auburn Section, American Chemical Society (ACS). Provide 1)ACS career networking services for chemists; and 2) ACS resources services to increase the number of women and minorities in the chemical sciences in East/Southeast Al, and West GA.


Outstanding Faculty Performance Award for Service, College of Agricultural, Environmental, and Natural Sciences, 1997-1998 Academic Year.

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