1825 T St. #304
Washington DC 20009
California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California
B.A., Chemistry (Honors)
Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
|The Guardian Played the role of sitebuilder in a team of web designers who created the award-winning site for The Guardian newspaper in London using Storyserver (HTML, Tcl, SQL).|
|Editorial Cartoon Corral Created a site for the International Society of Psychohistory using HTML and Perl. Contains a collection of political cartoons that automatically update daily.|
|Digital Archive of Psychohistory: Cartoons and Images Created a site containing archives of links to editorial cartoons. There are approaching 20,000 links! (temporarily out of service)|
|Introducing Albert J. Nock Created a site for the Nockian Society dedicated to the work of Albert J. Nock, an American cultural critic and man of letters.|
|Foundations of Chemistry Created a site for the new philosophy of chemistry journal, Foundations of Chemistry, whose editors wished to announce and publicize it online.|
|Yale Department of Biology Helped the webmaster create the site for the Yale Biology Department.|
|Fulton's Other Lair Created a site containing course assignments for use by postgraduate students.|
|Fulton's Lair: A homepage|
|Graduate Research Assistant (Caltech)||January 1994 to February 1998|
Performed quantum mechanical computations to investigate ring-opening
methathesis polymerization catalysis.
Advisor: William A. Goddard, III
|Undergraduate Research Assistant (Northwestern University)||June 1992 to Jul 1993|
Investigated the kinetic effects of an intramolecular electron-transfer process in the presence of various molecules, ions, and solvents.
Advisor: Joseph T. Hupp
|Undergraduate Research Assistant (Yale University):||June to September 1991|
Optimizated the growth and cryogenic storage conditions of synechococcus bacteria. Also optimized subsequent harvest and isolation of photosystem II and investigated its electron-transfer properties.
Advisor: Gary W. Brudvig
|Undergraduate Research Assistant (Yale University):||June to September 1990|
Maintained stocks of fruit flies, sexed the flies, culled virgins, and stained larval nervous systems.
Advisor: Karen Stark
|Teaching Assistant (Caltech):||September to December 1995 and 1996|
Held weekly review and discussion sessions, created and marked assignments and exams, and occasionally lectured to postgraduate students. Made assignments available over the internet a first ever for the course.
Lecturer: William Goddard, III
|Lecturer (Hyperlearning):||June 1995 to August 1995|
Prepared and delivered lectures weekly in organic chemistry to students preparing for entrance examinations into medical school. Privately tutored a number of students.
|Teaching Assistant (Caltech):||September 1993 to March 1994|
Organic and Inorganic Synthesis Lab
Taught and assisted undergraduates in synthetic, separatory, and analytical techniques in organic and inorganic chemistry. Held weekly review sessions and evaluated laboratory and writing skills.
Laboratory Co-ordinator: Jane Raymond
|Awards and Honors|
Special Insitute Fellowship (Caltech, 1993-1994)
Phi Beta Kappa, alpha chapter (1993)
R.K.Summerbell Memorial Fund Award (Northwestern Dept. of Chemistry, 1993)
|Ogrillon. Wrote, edited, and published a four-volume quarterly 'zine dedicated to political commentary, movie reviews, art, and more. Distributed to friends, family, and a number of subscribers from Autumn 1994 to Summer 1995.|
|Zhang, X.L.; Kankel, C.R.; Hupp, J.T. "Solvent Effects on the Efficacy of Recognition of Amminemetal Complexes by Macrocyclic Ethers: in situ Probes of Extent of Encapsulation," Inorganic Chemistry, Vol 33 (21): 4738-4743, 1994.|
|Albert J. Nock Our Enemy, the State. Compiled quotation and subject indices. Hallberg Publishing Corp., 1994.|
|"Mechanistic Studies of Ru-based Olefin Metathesis Catalysis: Recent Advances and Setbacks," delivered to the California Catalysis Society, Summer 1997.|
|"A Proposed Mechanism for the Grubbs Olefin Metathesis Catalyst," delivered to the industrial sponsors of the Materials Simulation Center at Caltech, Spring 1997.|
|Additional IT Skills and Experiences|