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Shulamith Schlick, Professor of Physical Chemistry, teaches graduate and undergraduate Physical and Polymer Chemistry (lecture and laboratory).
Her research interests include morphology, phase separation, and self-assembly in ion-containing polymers and nonionic polymeric surfactants; electron spin resonance imaging (ESRI) of transport processes in polymer solutions, hydrogels and polymer-supported catalytic systems; degradation and stabilization processes in polymers studied by ESR and ESRI, and transport of solvents through elastomers and glassy polymers.
Dr. Schlick received her D.Sc. from Technion, Israel institute of technology in 1963. She has held visiting professorships and appointments worldwide and has authored over 200 scientific articles, one book, and book chapters. In 2007, Dr. Schlick was awarded the Maria Sklodowska-Curie Medal from the Polish Radiation Research Society and the University of Detroit Mercy Distinguished Faculty Award.
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