Philip Rodenbough

Philip Rodenbough, Lecturer in Writing (Graduate / STEM)

Lecturer in Writing Affiliation: NYU Abu Dhabi
Education: BA, BS, University of Washington; MA, MPhil, PhD, Columbia University

Research Areas: global science education

Philip P. Rodenbough is a materials chemist and international science communicator. His current interests are centered on global science education, for which he has been awarded funding from the Materials Research Society Foundation. His scholarly works appear in such journals as Angewandte Chemie, The Journal of the American Ceramic Society, and The Journal of Chemical Education, and his general writings appear in many outlets including Polity ZA, In On Africa, InChemistry, RightsViews, and Metro.

Philip completed his undergraduate education at the University of Washington, Seattle, and subsequently served in the US Peace Corps in West Africa. He then earned his PhD from Columbia University in the City of New York. He held a research postdoctoral fellowship at New York University Abu Dhabi and a teaching postdoctoral fellowship at the American University in Cairo before joining NYUAD as a Graduate STEM Lecturer of Writing with the Graduate and Postdoctoral Programs Office, with an affiliation to the NYUAD Writing Center.