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Nevins, Kathleen

Kathleen, Ph.D. Nevins

Kathleen, Ph.D. Nevins

Director of Undergraduate Labs

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Dr. Kathleen Nevins is the Director of Undergraduate Laboratories within the UNC Department of Chemistry. Kathleen earned her Ph.D. in inorganic materials chemistry from SUNY Buffalo under Dr. David Watson and began working at UNC directly after graduate school in 2013.


SUNY Buffalo, Ph.D. in Chemistry Canisius College, B.S. in Chemistry

Personal Interests

Kathleen loves to go to the beach and to travel. She has three young children who keep her on her toes!

News & Publications

In an effort to redesign the Chemistry Department’s Course-based Undergraduate Research Experience (CURE), Dr. Jade Fostvedt, in collaboration with the Chemistry Department’s Dr. Michel Gagné, Dr. Jillian Dempsey, and Dr. Kathleen Nevins, set out to create a new project for CHEM 550L, a capstone synthetic chemistry laboratory course, and the proposed course was one of the recipients of the UNC Systems Research Program Award.


The Chemistry Extra Mile Award goes to undergraduate supervisors Maribel Borger, Calvin Grant, Tyler Motley and Kathleen Nevins for nurturing a positive environment, demonstrating crisis leadership, embracing collaborative problem solving and encouraging team-thinking.


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