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David Kammler

 David Kammler


office: McGregor 230

Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and
Associate Professor of Chemistry

David Kammler was an assistant professor of chemistry at Antioch College from 2003–2008. When the College closed, he accepted a professorship at Wilberforce University, where he taught chemistry and biochemistry. His recent publications and presentations include an article in Ceramics Technical and a presentation at the Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. He has received several teaching awards, including the Award for Faculty Excellence in Teaching from the Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education (SOCHE). Kammler also consults regularly for private individuals and firms in the medical and biotechnology fields.


Ph.D., Organic Chemistry, Indiana University, Bloomington
A.B., Chemistry, Harvard University


“An Introduction to Healthy and Balanced Protein Sources”, Kammler, D.; Moore, B. in Wilberforce University Faculty Journal, Volume 3, Issue 1, 2009.

“A Practical and Educational Synthesis of Cobalt Carbonate”, Garcia, C.; Kammler, D. in Ceramics Technical, May 2008.

“Civic Engagement in Connected Curriculum.” Kinghorn, J; Nettles, E; Kammler, D. in First- Year Civic Engagement: Sound Foundations for College, Citizenship and Democracy, November 2007.


“Interdisciplinary Chemistry in a Learning Community: Art, Business, and Chemistry”, at the 20th annual Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, Bloomington, IN, July 2008.


Chemistry of Art
Science of Cooking
Environmental Chemistry


The Mars Trilogy (Red Mars, Green Mars, Blue Mars) by Kim Stanley Robinson
Salt: A World History by Mark Kurlansky
The Chronicles of Master Li and Number Ten Ox (Bridge of Birds: A Novel of an Ancient China that Never Was, The Story of the Stone, Eight Skilled Gentlemen) by Barry Hughart


Fall 2011

GS 110 Global Seminar: Water

Summer 2012A

CHEM 105 General Chemistry I

CHEM 105L General Chemistry I

Summer 2012B

CHEM 160 General Chemistry II

CHEM 160L General Chemistry II Lab