Anne Wilson
Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Years at Butler: 27

How would you describe what you do at Butler?
I teach organic chemistry and the chemistry of food, all while helping students find pathways to success.

What is the best part of your job?
Working one-on-one with students in the classroom, in the laboratory, on research projects, in preparation for presentations, in applying for post-Butler opportunities, and celebrating their successes in all their Butler-related endeavors.

Share one thing that you are most proud of that you have accomplished here?
I’m very proud of the relationships and connections that I have made between Butler students, alumni, and professionals in the field. An example of this: while working with current undergraduates and recent graduates, the results of our studies were utilized by NASA counterparts in briefings to the White House and the National Academy of Sciences.

What inspires you the most about working at Butler?
I am always inspired when I see the transformation of our students into the best versions of themselves.

What is the best advice you can give someone who wants to work at Butler?
Find the best area for your unique contributions.