I am interested in exploring nanoHUB as a tool to educate students from various disciplines. I have served as a Professor and Administrator in the Florida A&M University Chemistry Department for almost 20 years, where he has crafted a career as a Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education Innovator. I not only have taught at FAMU I have also taught at University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) and Michigan State University where I received my Ph.D. I have held numerous other positions including Research Fellows at University of Alabama, University of Florida, University of California Santa Barbara and the University of Minnesota. He has conducted research in the areas of materials and computational chemistry with the Departments of Chemistry and Materials and Metallurgical Science at the University of Alabama, the Materials Research Laboratory and Chemistry Department at UCSB, the Materials Research Science and Engineering Center at the University of Minnesota, and the Quantum Theory Project, Particle Engineering Center, and Chemistry Department at the University of Florida. I have been an active researcher, garnering research funds from National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, United State Army, among other institutions along with over 20 peer reviewed publications and books, while teaching Chemistry at the Freshman through graduate level averaging over 100+ students and over 4 teaching assignments a semester. I received the Henry Cecil McBay award for outstanding teaching from the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE). I served as a member of the State of Florida Department of Education Science Curriculum Committee. I was also the inaugural Fellow of the Materials Research Facilities Network at UCSB while on sabbatical from FAMU. While on another sabbatical I served as the Interim CEO of the Virginia Affiliate of 510Nano Inc. and the Director of Research and Development for the parent Green Technology Solutions company in Durham, North Carolina. I have initiated and developed partnerships not only with 510nano but also with EagleForce Associates an Analytics and IT company in Northern Virginia, CGI, a Canadian IT company, Uber Operations, a Health IT solutions company in Tallahassee, and Tallahassee Aquaponics. I have also done work with Johnson & Johnson in innovative cirriculum development. I'm a member of the 32nd class of Leadership Tallahassee, the American Chemical Society (served as Tallahassee subsection Chair), and the National Science Teachers Association. On campus he has served as a Faculty Senator and member of the FAMU Chapter of the United Faculty of Florida Executive Board. My research is highly collaborative and interdisciplinary spanning areas such as computational chemistry, tissue engineering, drug delivery, green technology and chemical education. I established research relationships with leaders in the fields of medicinal chemistry, pharmaceutics, materials chemistry, renewables, aquaponics and computational chemistry to develop partnerships that focus on problem solving and training of students in a collaborative fashion that form bridges for technology, and personnel exchange. Contributions from these collaborations build upon each other to create technology and educational platforms that can be advanced toward educating and training students, pioneering basic research and/or potential commercial applications. My wife and I have three children ranging in age between 24 and 8 that keep us very busy.