T. Daniel P. Stack

Dan Stack

T. Daniel P. Stack
Associate Professor of Chemistry

Department of Chemistry
Stanford University

Stanford, CA 94305

Born in 1959, USA


Harvard University Cambridge, MA
Ph.D. in Inorganic Chemistry (May 1988)
R. H. Holm, advisor

Reed College Portland, OR
B. A. in Chemistry (May 1982)

Research and Work Experience:

1998- Associate Professor of Chemistry, Stanford University.
1991-1998 Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Stanford University.
1988-1991 NSF Postdoctoral Fellow with Professor K. N. Raymond; University of California at Berkeley.
1982-1988 Graduate research with Professor R. H. Holm; Harvard University.
1984 Teaching Fellow for Inorganic Chemistry with Professor R. H. Holm; Harvard University.
1982-1983 Teaching Fellow for Advanced Introductory Chemistry with Professor C. M. Friend and Professor G. M. Whitesides; Harvard University.


Dinkelspiel Award for Outstanding Contribution to Undergraduate Education, Stanford University 2003.
Hoefer Prize, Stanford University 1997.
Bing Foundation Teaching Award, Stanford University 1995-1998.
Shell Foundation's Faculty Career Initiation Fund 1993-1995.
NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship, 1988-1990.
Awarded an NIH Postdoctoral Fellowship, 1988.
Harvard Danforth Distinguished Teaching Award, Harvard University, 1983, 1984.
Phi Beta Kappa, Reed College, 1982.