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Jacob J Turley

1143 Eggert Road Amherst,NY 14226 716-465-0999

University of San Diego September 2010-August 2011 San Diego, California Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry 160 hours atmospheric chemistry laboratory research 4 co-publications in journals of science and technology National Science Foundation research grant (NSF RUI grant ATM-0749145 Training in NMR-MS, GC-MS, ESI-MS, FTIR, AA, and HPLC. Also VOAG, DMA, and SMPS experience.

Work Experience:
June 2010-August 2010, Undergraduate Research Scientist University of San Diego, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry - Worked with Dr. David De Haan and Dr. Laila Hawkins to measure reaction rates and characterizing products of the reactions of small aldehydes with amines, determining the importance of these reactions in clouds and atmospheric particles June 2009-August 2009, Undergraduate Research Scientist University of Colorado at Boulder, Laboratory of Atmospheric and Space Physics, Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Science -Worked with Dr. De Haan on the atmospheric chemistry of small aldehyde molecules and also characterizing the ability of simulated Martian soils to destroy atmospheric methane with CUs Margaret Tolbert. September 2007-May 2009, Chemistry Laboratory Teachers Assistant (TA) University of San Diego, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry -Assisted Dr. Ian Ball, Professor Farhad Assad, and Dr. Margaret Daley in multiple general chemistry lab classes of 20-30 students to grade homework, quizzes, and practical exam sections; in addition to administering hazardous chemicals and cleaning the lab at the sessions close. January 2007-May 2009, Secretary to the Executive Assistant

University of San Diego, Department of Philosophy -Responsibilities included organization and deliveries of time sensitive materials and guiding and relaying students and messages to the appropriate locations under the supervision of the executive assistant, Leanna Cummings. September 2002-December 2010, Supervisor Tim Hortons Restaurant -Responsibilities included team organization and task efficiency promotion to ensure peak performance and customer satisfaction NSF Research Grant Publications D. O. De Haan, A. L. Corrigan,* K. W. Smith,* D. R. Stroik,* J. J. Turley,* F. E. Lee,* M. A. Tolbert, J. L. Jimenez, K. E. Cordova,* G. R. Ferrell,* Secondary organic aerosol-forming reactions of glyoxal with amino acids. Environ. Sci. Technol. 43 (8) 2818-2824 (2009), doi:10.1021/es803534f D. O. De Haan, A. L. Corrigan,* M. A. Tolbert, J. L. Jimenez, S. E. Wood,* J. J. Turley,* Secondary organic aerosol formation by self-reactions of methylglyoxal and glyoxal in evaporating droplets. Environ. Sci. Technol. 43 (21) 8184-8190 (2009), doi: 10.1021/es902152t R. V. Gough, J. J. Turley,* G. R. Ferrell,* K. E. Cordova,* S. E. Wood,* D. O. De Haan, C. P. McKay, O. B. Toon, M. A. Tolbert, Can rapid loss, high variability of Martian methane be explained by surface H2O2? Planet. Space Sci. (in press, 2010) D. O. De Haan, L. N. Hawkins, J. A. Kononenko,* J. J. Turley,* A. L. Corrigan,* M. A. Tolbert, J. L. Jimenez, Formation of nitrogen-containing oligomers by methylglyoxal and amines in simulated evaporating cloud droplets. Environ. Sci. Technol. (submitted, 2010) Undergraduate Research Conference Presentations 2011- USD Creative Collaborations-Oral Presentation-San Diego 2010-USD Creative Collaborations-Poster Presentation-San Diego 2009-Southern California Conference of Undergraduate Research-Oral Presentation-Los Angeles 2008-USD Creative Collaborations-Poster Presentation-San Diego Volunteer Experience: San Diego Rescue Mission San Diego, CA