Jean Fuller-Stanley’s research interests are in several areas broadly defined: Physical Organic Chemistry, Effective Science Pedagogy and Mentoring students through undergraduate research.
Physical Organic Chemistry: Fuller-Stanley’s research uses NMR spectroscopic techniques complimented by Computational Chemistry to study molecular structures of various chemical systems. Two current areas of interests are; (1) 29Si NMR, IR and Computational Studies of R 2SiHX type compounds. (2) 1H and 13C NMR and Computational Studies on the configuration and conformation of substituted delta-lactones.
Other Areas of Interest: Designing Chemistry and other Science courses that are Inquiry-based and are taught from an interactive student-learning rather than a content-driven approach.
Using undergraduate research as an effective mentoring vehicle to retain underrepresented minority students in the sciences.
Fuller-Stanley, J. Liu, M. * Wang, J. * & Molleur, H. *2-Methyl-2-di-t-butylsilyl and 2-Methyl-2-isopropylsilyl-1,3-Dithiane: 13C, 1H, 29Si NMR and Computational Studies. RSC 16 th International Meeting; NMR Spectroscopy, University of Cambridge, UK.June 29-July 3, 2003, P5.7
Fuller-Stanley, J. Loehlin, J. Bolin, K.* Fairbrother, G.* and Nazaire, F.* NMR and X-ray Crystallographic Studies of the Conformation of a 3,4,6-Triphenyl-d-Lactone. J. Org. Chem., 67, 27-31 (2002)
Stanley, J. Dakin, S.* Szabo, L,* Posaw, L.* Lee, C.* and Hou, W.M.* A Convenient Preparation of Trans-3,4-Diphenyl and All Trans-2,3,4-Triphenylvalerolactone. Org. Prep. & Procedures Int., 23: 193 (1991).
Stanley, J. Matallana, A. and Kingsbury, C. Correlation of Molecular Mechanics and NMR Conformation and Configuration of Meerwein Lactones. J. Physical Org. Chem., 3: 419 (1990).
Stanley, J and Kingsbury, C. Spectra of Isomeric Enols. J. Org. Chem. 51: 2539 (1986).
Peake, D. Stanley, J. Kingsbury, C. and Gross, M. Collisional Activation of Keto-Enol Isomers. Org. Mass. Spectrom. 21: 565 (1986).
Fuller-Stanley, J. Gershman, R.* Flesco, L.* and Medeiros, L.* “Si-29 NMR, FTIR and Computational Studies of Di-t-butylsilyl and Diisopropylsilyl Triflate, Trifluoroacetate and Chloride”. (Manuscript under revision)
* undergraduates at time of research
University of London, London, England
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, NE
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, NE Organic Chemistry Ph.D. 1984
Brown University 29Si- NMR Spectroscopy
2005-now William Paterson University of New Jersey (WPUNJ), Associate Dean, College of Science and Health and Professor of Chemistry
2008- Project Director, US Dept. of Education 5-year funded project, Teachers for a Competitive Tomorrow (TCT) for Mathematics and Science Teachers (MAST)
2006-2007 Interim Chair, Department of Chemistry & Physics, WPUNJ
2000-2004 Chair, Department of Chemistry, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA
2003-2005 Professor of Chemistry, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA
1991-2003 Associate Professor with tenure, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA
1984-1991 Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Wellesley College.
1994-2000 Director of Minority Mentorship in Science (MMIS) Program, Wellesley College,
Department of Chemistry