Dr. William M. Davis
Associate Professor of Chemistry
Texas Lutheran University
1000 W. Court St.
Seguin, TX 78155
Primary teaching responsibility:
The Short Story My story started many years ago in
Windsor, Ontario, Canada where I was born. I grew up in Chatham, Ontario
and graduated from Tecumseh Secondary School. After obtaining my degrees,
I went on to do a year of post-doctoral work at York University working on the kinetic modelling
of diesel fuel combustion in the Department of Chemistry with Prof. H.O.
Pritchard. After a year, I received a Natural Sciences and Engineering
Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Fellowship
to work at the Defence Research Establishment
Atlantic branch of the Department of National
Defence on the modelling of polymers. During this time I was a
sessional lecturer at St. Mary's University.
I taught at The University of Texas at Borwnsville for 10 years before moving to
TLU in Fall 2008.
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