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Kylie Henline

Chemistry M.S. Candidate

email: [[e|kmhenline]]

Faculty Advisor

Robert Pike

Research Interests

Inorganic chemistry; synthesis and characterization of new compounds

Education

B.S. 2012, Duquesne University
Major: Chemistry 

Honors

Kranbuehl-Thompson Graduate Fellowship, W&M 2013
Virginia Space Grant Consortium Graduate Research Fellowhip 2013
Kranbuehl-Thompson Graduate Fellowship, W&M 2013

Academic Positions

Graduate Teaching Assistant, The Pennsylvania State University, Fall 2012
Graduate Teaching & Research Assistant, W&M Spring 2012 - present

Presentations

Kylie M. Henline, Kimberly A. Rosmus, Carl D. Brunetta, Jennifer A. Aitken “Synthesis and Characterization of Lithium-containing Diamond-like Semiconductors” ACS Mini-Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA; April 2011

Kylie M. Henline, Kimberly A. Rosmus, Carl D. Brunetta, Jennifer A. Aitken “Synthesis and Characterization of Lithium-containing Diamond-like Semiconductors” ACS Mini-Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA; April 2011

Kylie M. Henline, Kimberly A. Rosmus, Carl D. Brunetta, Jennifer A. Aitken “Molten Flux Synthesis and Characterization of Li2-II-IV-Se4 Diamond-Like Semiconductors” 243rd ACS National Meeting, San Diego, CA; March 2012

Education & Career Objectives

Industrial career in research and develoment