Prof. Stacy O'Reilly

Butler University

New organic chemistry laboratories highlight the importance of a safe research environment

In this video, Prof. Stacy O'Reilly discusses the role of her work in Butler University’s undergraduate organic chemistry teaching labs. Here, O'Reilly explains how she hopes to not only push science forward with her research into the synthesis of organometallic compounds, but also help students learn the basic skills needed for industry, research, and beyond. O'Reilly also shares the exciting $1m development to the science teaching complex at Butler University and explains how this laboratory redesign is ensuring a safe working environment for the students and staff, whilst being both cost- and time-efficient.



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Prof. Stacy O'Reilly

Butler University

Professor Stacy O'Reilly is a member of Butler University's Clowes Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. Alongside her research in organometallic chemistry, O'Reilly teaches a number of undergraduate courses, including organic, inorganic, and general chemistry. O'Reilly received her BA from Transylvania University in 1991 and her doctorate in Inorganic Chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1996.