Dr. Scott Reid

Dr. Scott Reid is a professor of chemistry who joined Marquette in 1994 after completing graduate and postdoctoral training in gas-phase experimental physical chemistry at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and University of Southern California.  His current research interests include the study of non-covalent interactions and their role in the formation of gas hydrates, and chemistry education research. He has served at Marquette in a number of roles, including chair of the Chemistry Department and as a member of the University Promotion and Tenure Committee and the Faculty Council. Externally, he has served on the Committee on Professional Training of the American Chemical Society, as an editor of the Journal of Molecular Structure and on the advisory board of the Petroleum Research Fund of the American Chemical Society.

Reid is firmly committed to the principles of shared governance and states that he is constantly humbled by the quality of our faculty and staff who live out the mission of Marquette every day with passion and excellence. He strongly believes that our students and faculty are our greatest resource, and that increasing diversity and equity in our ranks and the diversity of voices in governance is essential for our long-term success as an institution.