JAGODZINSKI, PAUL W. Central Arizona Section, Physical Chemistry Division, Geochemistry Division, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona
Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, B.S., 1973; Texas A&M University, Ph.D., 1979.
ACS Fellow, 2011; Northern Arizona University Gold Axe Educator of Influence, 2014; Colorado School of Mines: Outstanding Faculty Award, Professional Asian Students Engineering Society, 2008; Alumni Association Graduate Faculty Award, 2007; Asian Student Association Outstanding Faculty Award, 2007; Minority Engineering Program Faculty Commitment Award, 2004; Outstanding Graduate Faculty Award, 2004, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry. West Virginia University: University Safety Award, 2000, Outstanding Faculty Award, 1998; Phi Lambda Upsilon.
Professional Positions (for past fifteen years):
Northern Arizona University, Professor and Dean, 2009 to date; College of Engineering, Forestry & Natural Sciences; Colorado School of Mines, Professor, 2001-09, Department of Chemistry & Geochemistry Head, 2001-06.
Service in ACS National Appointments:
Joint Board/CPC Task Force on Governance Design, Co-Chair, 2016-present; Board Committee on Professional and Member Relations, Member, 2015-present, Web Strategy and Innovation Subcommittee, Member, 2015-present; Board Committee on Grant and Awards, Member, 2015-2016, Awards Review Subcommittee, Member, 2015-2016; Presidential Task Force on U.S. Member Employment, Member, 2015-present; Board Task Force on Governance Agility, Chair, 2015-2016; Board Task Force on Board Committee Review, Member, 2016; Board Task Force on Implementing National Meetings and Expositions Financial Targets Recommendations, Chair, 2015; Committee on Budget and Finance, 2004-13 and 2017-present, Committee Associate, 2002-03; Committee on Meetings and Expositions, 1999-01, Consultant, 2001-06, Committee Associate, 1998; ACS Presidential Task Force on Support to Divisions & Local Sections, 2000; Women Chemists Committee, 1989-91, Committee Associate, 1988.
Service in ACS Offices:
Board of Directors, 2015-present; Committee on Budget and Finance, 2004-13, Committee Associate, 2002-03; Committee on Meetings and Expositions, 1999-01, Consultant, 2001-06, Committee Associate, 1998; ACS Presidential Task Force on Support to Divisions & Local Sections, 2000; Women Chemists Committee, 1989-91, Committee Associate, 1988.
American Society for Engineering Education; Council of Colleges of Arts & Sciences; American Association of Chemistry Teachers; ACS Divisions: Physical Chemistry, Geochemistry.
ACS Board Program Portfolio Management Oversight Group, 2013 to 2014, Program Review Team Chair, 2013 to 2014; ACS Budget & Finance Committee: Board Task Force on Financial Goals for Meeting & Expositions, 2013, B&F Subcommittee on Financial Impacts of Constitutional Amendments, 2006-10, Chair 2007-10, B&F Advisory Subcommittee, 2007-2013, B&F Program Review Advisory Group, 2006-13, Chair 2010-13, B&F Subcommittee on Program Funding Requests, 2002-06, B&F Task Force on National Meeting Finances, 2002-03; ACS Presidential Task Force on Support to Divisions & Local Sections; Council for Chemical Research Communication and Public Relations Committee, Chair 1999-2000; West Virginia University, Assistant Professor to Professor, 1982-2001, Department Chair, 1990-01, Associate Chair, 1988-90; University of Texas at Austin, Research Associate, 1982; Eastern Michigan University, Assistant Professor, 1981-82; University of Oregon, Postdoctoral Fellow, 1979-81.
DISTRICT VI DIRECTOR
American Chemical Society
Paul W. Jagodzinski