Dr. Suzanne Seleem, is an associate professor of chemistry at CSU where she serves also as the Chair of the Natural Sciences Department. She is a PI & Co-PI, on several external and internal funded grants as well as a member of several CSY advisory committees and councils..
At Central State University, Dr. Seleem has served on several Senate and University committees such as CSU IRB and academic standards committees. She is a faculty mentor for high achieving STEM CSU students, Banneker Scholars, and is also serving as a mentor for new faculty members in Natural Sciences. Dr. Seleem is an active member of Oakwood Rotary club, who is currently serving on both the club and district boards; she is the faculty advisor for CSU Rotaract Club and a council and foundation member of The Lutheran Church of Our Savior in Oakwood, OH. Dr. Seleem was elected as the American Chemical Society, Dayton Chapter, president; she is also the faculty advisor for CSU ACS student chapter
Dr. Seleem’s research interests are in inhibition reactions of illicit drugs as well as nano-particles analysis in ground water and hair dyes. In 2010, she published at the Journal of Chemical Education (JCE) solvated electrons in organic chemistry, addressing inhibition reactions. She is a member of American Chemical Society (ACS), The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), Sigma Xi, and The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).