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Chemistry educator

Leonard Jay Soltzberg, American Chemistry educator. Member American Chemical Society, American Crystallography Association, Sigma Xi. M C.

Background

Soltzberg, Leonard Jay was born on July 10, 1944 in Wilmington, Delaware, United States. Son of Sol and Lillian (Woolf) Soltzberg.

Education

Bachelor of Science, U. Delaware, 1965; Master of Arts, Brandeis U., 1967; Doctor of Philosophy, Brandeis U., 1968.

Career

Assistant professor, Simmons College, Boston, 1969-1973; associate professor, Simmons College, Boston, 1973-1980; professor of chemistry, Simmons College, Boston, since 1980; coordinator academic computing, Simmons College, Boston, since 1976; director administrative computer services, Simmons College, Boston, 1980-1985; Hazel Dick Leonard professor, Simmons College, Boston, since 1985. Lecturer in chemistry Graduate School Arts and Sciences, Northeastern U., Boston, 1978-1980. Visiting associate professor of University Nebraska-Lincoln, 1975-1976.

Membership

Member American Chemical Society, American Crystallography Association, Sigma Xi. M C.

Connections

father:
Sol Soltzberg

mother:
Lillian (Woolf) Soltzberg