Service Projects

Nicholas H. Snow

University and professional service is an important part of the career of all professors.  Professor Snow has engaged in numerous service projects at the departmental, college, university and professional levels.  









Office: 312 McNulty Hall

Phone: 973-761-9035

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Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Seton Hall University

400 South Orange Avenue

South Orange, NJ  07079



Service to the Profession

Professor Snow served as President of the 2001 Eastern Analytical Symposium, an annual technical conference and exposition that attracts several thousand colleagues each year.  Held in Atlantic City, NJ, EAS 2001 included over 3000 attendees, 625 technical papers, 30 short courses, 20 workshops, 250 exhibition booths and a career development center.  Professor Snow continues to be a member of the EAS Governing Board.


Professor Snow is a member of the American Chemical Society,  the Division of Analytical Chemistry and the Division of Chemical Education.  He has served on the organizing committee of the North Jersey Chromatography Group.  He is also a member of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy.


He is a member of Alpha Chi Sigma Professional Chemistry Fraternity and has held various local offices in the Alpha Kappa Chapter at the University of Virginia (1986-1987, 1992-1994) and in the Gamma Iota Chapter at Virginia Tech (1988-1991).


Service to the University

In 2002-2004, Professor Snow served as Faculty Director of the University's decennial comprehensive self-study project, a major component of re-accreditation by the Middle States Association Commission on Higher Education.  


Service to the College of Arts and Sciences

Professor Snow is serving on the College of Arts and Sciences Rank and Tenure Committee, which reviews and recommends all faculty candidates for promotion and tenure.

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