ST. CLAIRSVILLE, Ohio – Ohio University Eastern recently announced the hiring of Mary Lenczewski, Ph. D., as an assistant professor of chemistry. Lenczewski comes to OUE from Bucks County Community College in Newtown, PA, where she was also employed as an assistant professor of chemistry. She will begin teaching at the St. Clairsville based campus this fall semester which begins August 26.
Lenczewski's academic credentials are noteworthy. She graduated magna cum laude while completing a bachelor's of art in chemistry at Hiram College (OH). Her undergraduate experience included internships at the NASA Glenn Research Center and as a National Science Foundation funded fellowship at John Carroll University. She then continued to the University of Rochester (NY) for a master's of science and a doctorate of philosophy in chemistry.
"Dr. Lenczewski brings a wealth of teaching, lab and research experience to her position," said Ohio University Eastern Dean Paul Abraham. "She will be a great addition to our faculty."
Lenczewski, who hails from Cleveland, is excited to be at OUE. "I am really looking forward to the start of the fall semester and meeting the students," she said. "Our labs are impressive and feature modern equipment which will greatly enhance the overall quality of the student experience."
Lenczewski and her husband, Greg Fowler, reside in Bellaire.