Joshua Hollett on "Save the world - Two Electrons at a time"

Joshua Hollett grew up "out around the bay" in Newfoundland. He completed his PhD in Theoretical Chemistry at Memorial University in St. John's and went to Canberra, Australia to work as a Post-doctoral fellow for three years at the Australian National University. He is currently a Professor in the Chemistry Department at the University of Winnipeg.

Josh takes pride in the opportunity to inspire and challenge undergraduate students while teaching courses from introductory chemistry up to quantum chemistry. He also mentors undergraduates in computational chemistry research, where they work to create new approaches to modelling molecules, and then use those tools to study problems of interest, from green chemistry to viral drug resistance.Joshua Hollett grew up "out around the bay" in Newfoundland.

He completed his PhD in Theoretical Chemistry at Memorial University in St. John's and went to Canberra, Australia to work as a Post-doctoral fellow for three years at the Australian National University. He is currently a Professor in the Chemistry Department at the University of Winnipeg. Josh takes pride in the opportunity to inspire and challenge undergraduate students while teaching courses from introductory chemistry up to quantum chemistry. He also mentors undergraduates in computational chemistry research, where they work to create new approaches to modelling molecules, and then use those tools to study problems of interest, from green chemistry to viral drug resistance.