Nathaniel J. Godby
10688 Eltzroth Road Goshen, Ohio 45122 | (513) 560–1069
Wilmington ...
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National Organizations and Awards:
 American Chemical Society Member, 2012-present
 SCI S...
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Nate Godby Resume 2015Aug

Published on: Mar 3, 2016

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  • 1. Nathaniel J. Godby 10688 Eltzroth Road Goshen, Ohio 45122 | (513) 560–1069 Education: Wilmington College Bachelor of Science, Chemistry Graduated: December, 2014 Wilmington, Ohio Minor: Environmental Science GPA: 3.98, summa cum laude Academic Honors - Green Key Honor Society, Honors Program, Dean’s List, Academic All OAC for Track and Field Relevant Employment:  Air Force Institute of Technology Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio Summer 2014 Department of Systems Engineering and Management (through SOCHE) – Investigated the use of ultraviolet light emitting diodes as a source for advanced oxidation of water contaminants, collaborated with a team to design, build, and implement bench-top reactor, collected and analyzed data, presented findings  Lanxess Corporation Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Summer 2013 Inorganic Pigments Group – Performed color analyses using organic solvents and resins, evaluated products for market expansion, presented findings in corporate reports and data sheets, tested various physical properties of iron oxides, adapted protocols, oral presentation  Wilmington College Wilmington, Ohio 2010-2014 Supplemental Instruction Leader/Tutor – Led review sessions, prepared study questions, instructed students with coursework, managed classroom, kept students on schedule, worked flexible hours Laboratory Experience: Gas Chromatography UV/Vis HPLC Good Laboratory Practices IR Spectroscopy NMR GC-MS Data Analysis Distillation Titrations Peristaltic Pumps Simple Inorg. & Org. Synthesis Soldering (electronics) pH meters TGA Flow-Through Reactor Poster Presentations: Godby, N. and Cipollini, K. Exploring direct and indirect comparative allelopathic effects of invasive Lonicera japonica and native Lonicera sempervirens. Poster presented at the North Central Weed Science Society Conference, Columbus, OH, December 2013. Godby, N. and Conklin, A. Sorbance of bisphenols by filter media. Poster presented at the Cincinnati section of the American Chemical Society meeting, Oesper Symposium, Cincinnati, OH, October 2013. The 246th ACS National Meeting & Exposition, Indianapolis, IN, September, 2013. The International Undergraduate Research Symposium, Tarlac, Philippines, May, 2013. Leadership:  Who’s Who Among American Colleges and Universities, 2015 – Awarded for campus and community involvement, leadership, and academics  Washington D.C. Lobbying, 2011, 2012, 2014 – Led small group in lobbying Congress and Senate on behalf of a non-governmental organization  Vice President, WC Student Government Association, 2012-2014 – Peer elected to a Steering Committee responsible for overseeing an annual budget, collaborating with small businesses in the community, and supervising campus events  Honors Advisory Board Representative, 2010-2014 – Peer elected representative for the class of 2014 to help direct honors activities and operation  Mediation Training, 2012 – Engaged in mediation strategies through an Honors Seminar
  • 2. Nathaniel J. Godby Page 2 of 2 National Organizations and Awards:  American Chemical Society Member, 2012-present  SCI Scholar, 2013 – Society of Chemical Industry (America International Group) via the American Chemical Society. Application competed against hundreds of applicants throughout the United States. Awards included personal stipend, paid internship (at Lanxess), and stipend to your hometown high school teacher of choice. Volunteer Service and Activities:  Philippines (IURS 6) and Chicago (IURS 7) Research Symposiums, 2013 and 2014 – Presented research project, participated in cultural exchange activities, toured facilities  Belize Mission Trip, 2014 – Served at a school by contributing in renovation projects and tutoring  Orlando, Florida Inner City Charter School Volunteer, 2013 - Tutored math and reading  Wilmington College Faith in Action Member, 2010-2014 – Community outreach service at local food pantry  Wilmington College Cardboard Village Participant, 2010-2014 – Homeless awareness activity and fundraiser  Wilmington College Theater Construction Crew, 2012 – Helped construct set for college play  Wilmington College Science Society, 2011-2014 - Demonstrated experiments at high school chemistry night  Vacation Bible School Volunteer, 2012 – Taught and led 6th grade class Collegiate Athletics:  Wilmington College Track and Field, 2010-2013 – Indoor and Outdoor All Conference Honors, Part of record breaking relay team  Wilmington College Soccer 2010- maintained a 4.0 GPA during the season

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