Amber Howerton, Ph.D. Amber.Howerton@nsc.edu (702)-992-2660 LAS 155 Research Website
Dr. Howerton obtained a B.S in Biology at the University of Central Oklahoma in 2000 and a Ph.D in Biochemistry and Organic Chemistry at UNLV in 2012. She loves animals and currently has four dogs, several tree frogs and salamanders, a big saltwater fish tank, and a husband. Since she grew up on a farm in western Oklahoma, getting out of the city and spending some time in nature is her therapy. She loves to go camping, hiking and exploring the desert when it is not scorching outside and is also an avid reader of every genre and love experimenting with recipes in the kitchen (must be the chemist in her)!
Dr. Howerton has taught: Chem 474/475 (Biochemistry), Chem 112 (Introduction to Chemistry), Bio 251 (Microbiology)
Brian Martinelli, M.S. Brian.Martinelli@nsc.edu (702)-992-2653 LAS 156
Brian grew up in Southern California where he attended California State University, Northridge and earned a B.S. and M.S. in physics. At Northridge, he worked in the Optical Properties of Materials Lab and developed an novel interferometer for the measurement of thin film thickness as my master’s thesis. He started teaching at NSC in 2007 after spending time teaching at CSN and UNLV. For fun he enjoys running, cooking, brewing beer, watching hockey (Go Kings!), and playing games.
Brian has taught: Chem 121/122 (General Chemistry), Chem 112 (Introduction to Chemistry), Phys 151/152 (General Physics)
Rahel Tedla, M.S. Rahel.Tedla@nsc.edu (702) 992-2660 LAS 261
Rahel obtained her undergraduate degree in biological sciences at the University of Windsor, in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. She then received a master's degree in biomedical engineering from Wayne State University in Detroit, MI. She enjoys going for a walk, watching movies and traveling.
Rahel teaches: Chem 112 and Biol 189.
DouglasWalton, M.S. Douglas.Walton@nsc.edu (702)-992-2660 LAS 261
Zachary Woydziak, Ph.D. email@example.com (702)-992-2656 LAS 157 Research Website
Dr. Woydziak attended the University of Nevada, Reno for undergraduate studies in Chemistry and Biochemistry. He later moved to the University of California, Irvine to obtain a Ph.D. in Chemistry in studying the synthesis and biological activity of protein phosphatase inhibitors and then perused a teaching IRACDA post-doctoral position jointly held at University of Kansas and Haskell University.
Dr. Woydziak joined NSC in Fall 2012 and has taught: Chem 241/242 (Organic Chemistry), Chem 474/475 (Biochemistry), Chem 377 (Natural Products Chemistry), and Chem 445 (Spectroscopy).