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1 REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES, BOOK CHAPTERS Carpenter, S. R. and Wallace, R. H., Organic Food: Is It Worth The Money? The National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science, accepted December MHz NMR Spectrometers As A Cost Effective Option in Chemistry Teaching Labs S. R. Carpenter and R. H. Wallace, Chem. Educator, 2014, 19, Genetic Resources for Banana Improvement, Markku Häkkinen and Richard Wallace, In Banana Breeding:Progress and Challenges, CRC Press Publishers 2011, Michael Pillay and Abdou Tenkouano eds. pages (Book Chapter) "Papayas: An Exotic Fruit Worth a Closer Look in Non-Tropical Climates" Richard Wallace, Southeastern Palms, 2010, 18 (1), Challenges Ahead For The Banana Markku Häkkinen and Richard H. Wallace, Folia Malaysiana, 2009, 10(1), Musa x georgiana, a New Intersectional Hybrid Banana with Edible Banana Breeding Relevance and Ornamental Potential", Richard Wallace and Markku Häkkinen, Nordic Journal of Botany, 2009, 27, Recent Experiments Involving Veinte Cohol': A Short Cycle Banana for Fruit Production In Non-tropical Environments" Richard H. Wallace, Gerard Krewer, and Suzanne R. Carpenter, HortScience, 2009, 44(3), 579. # Why Are There Seeds in My Banana: A Look at Ornamental Bananas, Esendugue Greg Fonsah, Richard Wallace and Gerard Krewer, Journal of Food Distribution Research, 2008, 39(1), Evaluation of Commercial Banana Cultivars in Southern Georgia for Ornamental and Nursery Production, Gerard Krewer, Esendugue Greg Fonsah, Mark Rieger, Richard Wallace, David Linvill and Ben Mullinix, Hort Technology, 2008, 18 (3), "Musa siamensis, a new Musa species (Musaceae) from SE Asia" Markku Häkkinen and Richard H. Wallace, Folia Malaysiana, 2007, 8(2), Banana Production: An Alternative Crop for Niche and Ethnic Market in Georgia, Esendugue Greg Fonsah, Gerard Krewer, Richard Wallace and Ben Mullinix, The Journal of Food Distribution Research, 2007, 38 (3), "A Short Cycle Banana for Fruit Production in South Georgia" Richard Wallace, Gerard Krewer and Esendugue Greg Fonsah, Southeastern Palms, 2007, 15 (4), "A Review of Stereochemistry: An Exercise for the Undergraduate Organic Chemistry Laboratory" Suzanne R. Carpenter and Richard H. Wallace, Chem. Educator, 2007,

2 12(6), Ornamental Bananas: New Hybrids from a Group of Underutilized Landscape Plants Richard Wallace, Gerard Krewer and Esendugue Greg Fonsah, Southeastern Palms, 2007, 15 (3), "A Quick and Easy Simplification of Benzocaine's NMR Spectrum", Suzanne Carpenter and Richard Wallace, The Journal of Chemical Education, 2006, 83, 627. Evaluation Of Commercial Banana Cultivars In Southern Georgia For Ornamental And Nursery Production Gerard Krewer, Esendugue Greg Fonsah, Mark Rieger, Richard Wallace, David Linvill and Ben Mullinix, HortScience, 2006, 40(3), 513. # Third-Year Banana Cultivar Trial in South Georgia, Esendugue Greg Fonsah, Gerard Krewer, Mark Rieger and Richard Wallace, Journal of Food Distribution Research, 2006, 38, "Using Spreadsheet Software in a Value-Added Review of Infrared Spectroscopy in the Organic Chemistry Laboratory Course", Richard Wallace and Suzanne Carpenter, Chem. Educator, 2005, 10(4), 308. "The Preparation of Optically Active Boronic Ester Substituted Δ 2 -Isoxazolines" Richard H. Wallace* and K. K. Zong, Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 1999, 581, 87. "Chemistry Camp: A Fun and Educational Way to Spend A Summer Day" Richard H. Wallace*, Andrea W. Wallace, and Alicia Eddings, In Chemistry: A Publication Of The American Chemical Society Student Affiliates Program, 1999, 3, 20. Sodium Percarbonate: A Multifunctional Reagent For The Preparation Of Optically Active 4-Hydroxy- Δ 2 -Isoxazolines Richard H. Wallace*, Jinchu Liu, and Alicia Eddings, Tetrahedron Lett. 1997, 39, An Efficient Method For The Preparation of Optically Active 4-Hydroxy- Δ 2 - Isoxazolines Richard H. Wallace*, Jinchu Liu, K. K. Zong, and Alicia Eddings, Tetrahedron Lett. 1997, 39, The Asymmetric Synthesis of Fused Cyclopentenone Ring Systems: A Formal Asymmetric Total Synthesis of (-)-Isocomene" Albert I. Meyers*, Stefan Bienz, Hyok- Boong Kwon, and Richard H. Wallace, Helvetica Chimica Acta, 1996, 79, The In Situ Generation And Use Of Iodomethyllithium For The One-Carbon Homologation Of Boronic Esters And Epoxide Formation From Carbonyl Compounds Richard H. Wallace * and William Battle, Synthetic Comm. 1995, 25, 127. A Facile Method For The Preparation of 4-Hydroxy- Δ 2 -isoxazolines Via a Cycloaddition/Oxidation Procedure Employing Nitrile Oxides and Vinylboronic Esters

3 Richard H. Wallace* and Jinchu Liu, Tetrahedron Lett. 1994, 35, The 1,3-Dipolar Cycloaddition of Nitrile Oxides to Vinylboronic Esters Richard H. Wallace *, K. K. Zong, and Melissa Schoene, In Current Topics in The Chemistry of Boron, Special Publications-Royal Society of Chemistry, 143, 1994, pp (Book Chapter) The Synthesis of a-pinene Derived C 2 Symmetric Optically Active 1,2-Diols Richard H. Wallace *, Yansong Lu, Jinchu Liu, and J. L. Atwood, SYNLETT, 1992, 992. Preparation and 1-Carbon Homologation of Boronic Ester Substituted Δ 2 -isoxazolines: The 1,3-Dipolar Cycloaddition of Nitrile Oxides to Vinylboronic Esters Richard H. Wallace * and K. K. Zong, Tetrahedron Lett. 1992, 33, The Asymmetric Synthesis of Some Fused Cyclopentenone Ring Systems; The Asymmetric Synthesis of 2,2-Dialkyl Carboxylic Acids and 2,2-Disubstituted Dihydronapthalenes. A. I. Meyers *, Richard H. Wallace, Michael Harre, and Robert Garland, J. Org. Chem. 1990, 55, Some Observations on the Validity and Generality of the 'Cieplak' Stereoelectronic Effect. A. I. Meyers * and R. H. Wallace, J. Org. Chem. 1989, 54, Dimeric Products & Hydrogen Transfer in the Dissolving Metal Reduction of Camphor. J. W. Huffman * and R. H. Wallace, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1989, 111, Dimeric Products From the Dissolving Metal Reduction of Camphor. J. W. Huffman *, R. H. Wallace, and W. T. Pennington, Tetrahedron Lett. 1988, 29, Dissolving Metal Reductions of Ketones: Comments on the Dianion Mechanism. J. W. Huffman *, W. P. Liao, and R. H. Wallace, Tetrahedron Lett. 1987, 28, # Peer-Reviewed Published Abstracts (SRASHS Annual Meetings) TELEVISION FEATURES Interviewed by WFTX (FOX television station for Southwest Florida) and appeared in a broadcast they were producing on the rubber project of Thomas Edison carried out in Fort Myers, FL. (March 2013) Interviewed by WGCU (Public Television in Fort Myers, FL) and appeared in The Wizard s Laboratory: Edison s Quest for Rubber, a documentary about the rubber project carried out by Thomas Edison in Fort Myers, FL. (March 2012) Ornamental Bananas: Landscape Options For South Georgia And The Development Of New Hybrids, broadcast on Georgia Public Television on Gardening in Georgia with host Walter Reeves in August (Taped at the Bamboo Farm and Coastal Garden

4 August 2006) Growing Bananas For Fruit Production In The Southeast, broadcast on Georgia Public Television on Gardening in Georgia with host Walter Reeves in September (Taped at the Bamboo Farm and Coastal Garden August 2006) NEWSPAPER, MAGAZINE & WEBSITE ARTICLES Examining Edison s Lab I was interviewed for and quoted in a newspaper article in The News-Press located in Fort Myers, FL. The article was about the dedication of a new exhibit being held at Edison & Ford Winter Estates on the rubber research project of Thomas Edison, Henry Ford and Harvey Firestone. In the article I was identified as a chemistry professor at Armstrong and a consultant on the Edison laboratory restoration project in Fort Myers. (January 2016) UGA, Armstrong Atlantic Research Growing Edible, Ornamental Bananas in the South I was interviewed for and quoted in an article in Farmer s & Consumers Market Bulletin, a publication of the Georgia Department of Agriculture (January 7, 2015 issue). The article was about the banana research work that has been carried out in the state of Georgia here at Armstrong and at UGA. In the article I was identified as a chemistry professor at Armstrong. (January 2015) Richard Wallace I was featured in an article on the ACS website (a member spotlight) detailing my role in the National Historic Chemical Landmark project on Thomas Edison s laboratories. In the article I was identified as a chemistry professor at Armstrong, a consultant on the Edison laboratory restoration project carried out in Fort Myers, FL and as the nominator of Edison s work to the National Historic Chemical Landmark program. (October 2014) Thomas Edison Labs Named Landmark I was interviewed for and quoted in an article in Chemical & Engineering News (a publication of the American Chemical Society). The article was about the National Historic Chemical Landmark designation ceremonies held in Florida, New Jersey and Michigan during In the article I was identified as a chemistry professor at Armstrong, a consultant on the Edison laboratory restoration project carried out in Fort Myers, FL and as the nominator of Edison s work to the National Historic Chemical Landmark program, October Thomas Edison: Inventor AND Chemist I was interviewed for and quoted in a blog on The Henry Ford s website about the chemistry of Thomas Edison. The article was posted in connection with the National Historic Chemical Landmark designation ceremony being held at The Henry Ford later that week. In the story I was identified as a chemistry professor at Armstrong, a consultant on the Edison laboratory restoration project carried out in Fort Myers, FL and as the nominator of Edison s work to the National Historic Chemical Landmark program, September 2014.

5 A Lab Landmark I was interviewed for and quoted in a newspaper article in Tropicalia: A Field Guide To Paradise (a publication of The News-Press newspaper located in Fort Myers, FL). The article was about the National Historic Chemical Landmark designation ceremony being held at Edison & Ford Winter Estates later that week. In the article I was identified as a chemistry professor at Armstrong and a consultant on the Edison laboratory restoration project carried out in Fort Myers, May Going Bananas In Georgia-Little Known Variety Produces Between Freezes Banana research projects at AASU were featured in an article in Growing Magazine, author Jennifer Paire, November Planting Seeds, Growing a Future, The banana research projects at AASU were featured in an article in Richmond Hill Reflections Magazine, 2009, (Volume 5, issue #4). AASU Bananas Over New Research Banana research projects at AASU were featured in an article in The Business Report & Journal, April 20, (coauthored with Dean George Shields-AASU College of Science and Technology) Tropical Dragon Fruit Tested As Local Crop Dragon fruit research projects at Bamboo Farm and Coastal Garden featured in article in Morning News, December 18, Yes, We Have Some Bananas Banana research projects at Bamboo Farm and Coastal Garden featured in article in Savannah Morning News, October 26, Lotus and Blackberries for the Mortals Among Us Banana research projects and Dragon Fruit research projects at Bamboo Farm and Coastal Garden featured in article in Savannah Morning News, July 8, Strawberry Fields Forever Banana research projects at Bamboo Farm and Coastal Garden featured in article in Savannah Morning News, April 27, OTHER REFEREED PUBLICATIONS/ABSTRACTS "Organic Chemistry Laboratory Video Tutorial on CD" Richard Wallace and Suzanne Carpenter, Georgia Journal of Science, 2003, 61, 51. "Students as Active Participants in Spectroscopic Instruction" Carpenter, S.; Wallace, R.; Hizer, Y., Georgia Journal of Science, 2002, 60, 72. "Recent Studies Into The Chemistry of Δ 2 -Isoxazolines" Marion Götz and Richard Wallace, Georgia Journal Of Science, 1999, 57, 46. "Organic Chemistry Web Modules" Andrea Wallace, Richard Wallace and Suzanne Carpenter, Georgia Journal Of Science, 1999, 57, 47.

6 1998 Carbon Conference Richard Wallace and Suzanne Carpenter, Georgia Journal Of Science, 1999, 57, 51. "Relative Reactivity Studies of Various Dipolarophiles in Nitrile Oxide Cycloadditions" Marion Götz, Catherine Talley, Michael McCutchen, Chuck Degenhardt, and Richard Wallace, Georgia Journal Of Science, 1998, 56, "Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry Analysis of The Volatile Components of Citrus Rinds" Catherine Talley, Marion Götz, Michelle Pruett and Richard Wallace, Georgia Journal Of Science, 1998, 56, 44. An Improved Method For The Preparation Of Oppolzer's Camphorsultam Richard H. Wallace*, Alicia Eddings, Michael McCutchen and Jinchu Liu, Georgia Journal Of Science, 1997, 55, 60. Investigations Into The Use of Chiral Vinylboronic Esters As Dipolarophiles in Nitrile Oxides Cycloadditions Richard H. Wallace* and K. K. Zong, Georgia Journal Of Science, 1997, 55, 63. A Cycloaddition/Oxidation Route For The Preparation of 4-Hydroxy-Δ 2 -Isoxazolines Richard H. Wallace*, K. K. Zong, and Jinchu Liu, Georgia Journal Of Science, 1996, 54, 37. PRESENTATIONS BY RESEARCH STUDENTS (1997-present) Optimizing Sustainable Fertilization Methods for Moringa oleifera April 2015, Armstrong Student Scholars Symposium, Armstrong State University; Savannah, Georgia. (Ms. Katherine Babineau) (Co-faculty advisor with Ms. Suzanne Carpenter) The Isolation of Potential Antimicrobial Compounds from Tillandsia usneoides April 2014, Armstrong Student Scholars Symposium; Armstrong State University; Savannah, Georgia. (Ms. Oneida Muniz and Mr. Michon Craig) (Co-faculty advisor with Ms. Suzanne Carpenter) The Isolation of Potential Antimicrobial Compounds from Tillandsia usneoides April 2014, The Third Annual International Online Student Research Symposium; Armstrong State University; Savannah, Georgia. (Ms. Oneida Muniz and Mr. Michon Craig) (Cofaculty advisor with Ms. Suzanne Carpenter) The Impact of Benzylaminopurine on Musa Embryo Germination April 2011, State University; Savannah, Georgia. (Mr. Charlie Murray) (Co-faculty advisor with Ms. Suzanne Carpenter)

7 Exploration of Esterification Using Alternative Acid Catalysts April 2011, State University; Savannah, Georgia. (Ms. Melanie Bray) (Co-faculty advisor with Ms. Suzanne Carpenter) Exploring the HVZ Reaction April 2010, Armstrong Atlantic State University Student Research Exhibition; Armstrong Atlantic State University; Savannah, Georgia. (Ms. Melanie Bray) (Co-faculty advisor with Ms. Suzanne Carpenter) Experiments in Banana Embryo Germination, April 2008, Armstrong Atlantic State University Student Research Exhibition; Armstrong Atlantic State University; Savannah, Georgia. (Ms. Crystina Bronk) The Effects of Carbonated Beverages On Teeth, April 2008, Armstrong Atlantic State University Student Research Exhibition; Armstrong Atlantic State University; Savannah, Georgia. (Ms. Nicholle Sanders, Ms. Cheryl Skipper and Ms. Natalie Wislon) "An Efficient and Optimal Method to Alpha-Halogenate Carboxylic Acids", April 2006, State University; Savannah, Georgia. (Mr. Manav Patel) New Methods for the Preparation and Characterization of 1,3-Dipolar Cycloaddition Products, April 2003; Armstrong Atlantic State University Student Research Exhibition; Armstrong Atlantic State University; Savannah, Georgia. (Mr. Brandon Quillian) Determination of the Relative Reactivities of Alkenes in 1,3-Dipolar Cycloaddition Reactions by 1 H NMR, April 2003; Armstrong Atlantic State University Student Research Exhibition; Armstrong Atlantic State University; Savannah, Georgia. (Ms. Diana Strasburger) Bromination of Stilbene Using Pyridinium Perbromide, April 2002; Armstrong Atlantic State University Student Research Exhibition; Armstrong Atlantic State University; Savannah, Georgia. (Mr. Brandon Quillian and Ms. Diana Strasburger) Selectivity in Brewer's Yeast in the Chiral Reduction of Ethyl Acetoacetate, April 2001; State University; Savannah, Georgia. (Mr. John Hopkins) High Performance Liquid Chromatography Analysis of Olefin Preparation by the Wittig Reaction, April 2000; Armstrong Atlantic State University Student Research Exhibition; Armstrong Atlantic State University; Savannah, Georgia. (Mr. John Hopkins and Mr. Kris Deason) Relative Reactivity Studies of Various Dipolarophiles in Nitrile Oxide Cycloadditions, April 1998, Georgia Academy of Science Annual Meeting; Armstrong Atlantic State University; Savannah, Georgia. (Ms. Marion Gotz)

8 Relative Reactivity Studies of Various Dipolarophiles in Nitrile Oxide Cycloadditions, May 1998, Armstrong Atlantic State University Student Research Exhibition; Armstrong Atlantic State University; Savannah, Georgia. Student Research Award Winner (Ms. Marion Gotz) Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry Analysis of The Volatile Components of Citrus Rinds, April 1998, Georgia Academy of Science Annual Meeting; Armstrong Atlantic State University; Savannah, Georgia. (Ms. Cathy Talley and Ms. Marion Gotz) Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry Analysis of The Volatile Components of Citrus Rinds, May 1998, Armstrong Atlantic State University Student Research Exhibition; Armstrong Atlantic State University; Savannah, Georgia. (Ms. Cathy Talley and Ms. Marion Gotz) An Improved Method For The Preparation Of Oppolzer's Camphorsultam, April 1997, Georgia Academy of Science Annual Meeting; The University of West Georgia; Carrollton, Georgia. (Ms. Alicia Eddings) An Improved Method For The Preparation Of Oppolzer's Camphorsultam, May 1997, State University. Student Research Award Winner (Ms. Alicia Eddings) Relative Rate Studies Of Nitrile Oxide Cycloadditions, May 1997, Armstrong Atlantic State University Student Research Exhibition; Armstrong Atlantic State University. Student Research Award Winner (Mr. Mike McCutchen and Mr. Chuck Degenhardt) Relative Rate Studies Of Nitrile Oxide Cycloadditions, May 1997, Armstrong Atlantic State University Student Research Exhibition; Armstrong Atlantic State University. (Mr. Mike McCutchen and Mr. Chuck Degenhardt) GRANTS & CONTRACTS >$1,100,000 (cumulative) in funded grants and contracts SEMINARS, LECTURES AND INVITED PRESENTATIONS >120 personal seminars, lectures and invited presentations

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