Philip Rodenbough's research interests are at the intersection of polymer chemistry, material science, and organic electronics. In his current project he is investigating the use of the azide-alkyne Huisgen cycloaddition in the formation of semi-conducting polymers that feature triazole groups. This involves demonstrating the advantages of click chemistry reactions, which are characteristically clean and efficient.

Being a Teagle Fellow gave me space to think creatively about how to structure recitation sections for optimal impact. I found peer observation in particular to be a useful tool, and collaborating with students from across different departments revealed a fresh perspective on teaching science in general. -- Philip Rodenbough

Observation Plans:
Candace Cunard's observation by Philip Rodenbough
Philip Rodenbough's observation by Candace Cunard