Titah selected for Dr. Richard G. Kyle Faculty Lecture

Dr. James Titah

James Titah, Ph.D., will present the 26th annual Dr. Richard G. Kyle Faculty Lecture Tuesday, April 4, at 7 p.m. in the Franz Family Heritage Lobby of the Shari Flaming Center for the Arts.

Titah is an assistant professor of chemistry, finishing his third year at Tabor College. He will present “Routes Toward the Development of New Chemotherapeutic Compounds for Potential and Effective Drug Delivery from Amino Acids.” The event is open to the public. 

“I have been doing amazing research with undergraduate students, and it’s my pleasure to showcase the research, how the students get involved and motivated, and some of our accomplishments,” Titah said. “I am excited because this presentation is special to me regarding my teaching and research experience at Tabor College. This is the work of God, and I am happy to be part of the Tabor family.”

Titah earned his Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of New Brunswick, Canada. He completed his M.S. and B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Buea in Cameroon.

Kyle gave the first lecture in the series in 1997. The series was named in his honor in 2004. The event was created to encourage scholarship and recognize the work of the Tabor faculty.

Previous Lectures:

1997: Dr. Richard Kyle
1998: Dr. Lynn Jost
1999: Dr. Howard Keim
2000: Dr. Deborah Penner
2001: Dr. David Faber
2002: Dr. Bruce Heyen
2003: Dr. Bradley Vogel
2004: Dr. Richard Kyle
2005: Dr. Douglas Miller
2006: Dr. Lynn Jost
2007: Tona Leiker
2008: Dr. Linda Cantwell
2009: Dr. Chris Dick

2010: Dr. Aleen Ratzlaff
2011: Dr. Bill Kostlevy
2012: Dr. Andrew Sensenig
2013: Dr. Norman Schmidt
2014: Dr. David Loewen
2015: Dr. David Faber
2016: Professor Shin-hee Chin
2017: Dr. Tim Frye
2018: Dr. Jessica Klanderud
2019: Dr. Jen Stephenson
2021: Dr. Aleen Ratzlaff
2022: Dr. Sheila Litke & Professor Shin-hee Chin