Dr. Barnard obtained undergraduate degrees in chemical engineering and chemistry at North Carolina State University and completed a Ph.D. in the area of inorganic chemistry at the University of South Carolina. He teaches general, analytical, inorganic and physical chemistry, as well as general physics at Cardinal Stritch University.
- B.S., North Carolina State University
- Ph.D., Univ of South Carolina Columbia
Inorganic chemistry, Organometallic chemistry
Publications & Presentations
1) Mason, M.R.; Ogrin, D.; Fneich, B.; Barnard, T.S.; Kirschbaum, K. “Deprotonated Diindolylmethanes as Dianionic Analogues of Scorpionate Bis(pyrazolyl)borate Ligands: Representative Titanocene and Zirconocene Complexes.” J. Organomet. Chem. 2005, 6
"As an undergraduate student at a large public university, I did not have the experience of the small classes that are common at Cardinal Stritch University. As one of (too) many in the classroom or even the laboratory, I had limited access to my professors, the real experts. I learned as a teaching assistant in graduate school at another large public university that I preferred working with students in smaller numbers rather than the large class sections. Cardinal Stritch University provides me the opportunity to do so. This is especially impactful in the laboratory, where students can learn directly from the expert, myself. The small number of students allows me the opportunity of individual interaction to maximize the learning experience of each student. And seeing many of the students again in other courses allows me to observe and participate in their progress as science majors and individuals."
- Thomas S. Barnard