Robert C. Wingfield, Jr, PhD
Associate Professor of Chemistry,
Discipline Coordinator, Chemistry,
Department of Life and Physical Sciences,
School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and Business
|Education ||PhD, Organic Chemistry, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH |
|Office ||302 Talley-Brady |
|Email ||rwingfld (at) fisk.edu |
|Address ||1000 17th Ave. N., Nashville, TN, 37208, USA |
|Phone ||(615) 329-8626 |
Dr Wingfield’s research and scholarship are in the determination of the chemical fate of environmental toxins, and their detection by analytical chemistry strategies. His scholarship also includes a focus on environmental justice, for which he has been recognized by serving in behalf of the Nashville Mayor as a member of the Davidson county Wastewater Hearing Authority, and for the Governor of Tennessee as a member of the Compliance Advisory Panel. Dr Wingfield also served as Co-Chair of the Steering Committee for development of a “Strategic Plan for the Department of Environment and Conservation in Tennessee” in 2000. Dr Wingfield teaches general chemistry, organic chemistry, analytical chemistry and their associated laboratories.
Student contributors are underlined
- Wingfield, Robert C., Jr, ‘Reducing Exposure to Environmental Toxins” A Critical Component in Building healthy and Sustainable Communities ( 2007) Proceedings of the National Conference on Environmental Science and Technology, Godfrey A Uzochukwu et al., eds.
- Balquis, Charles, and Wingfield, R C, Jr., ( 2002). “ Analysis of Grape Products for the Residues of Various Families of Pesticides by HPLC. Presented at NOBCChE, 2002
- Quartey, Emannuel K , and Wingfield, R.C., Jur., (2001) Determination of the Levels of Atrazine and Alachlor in the Lower Cumberland Basin using SPE and HPLC with UV Detection. Presented at NOBCChE, 2001.