The Chemistry faculty at IWU have diverse backgrounds, coming with industrial, government, and even seminary experience. The many years of experience represented by the faculty listed below offer students a variety of viewpoints on how chemistry can be used and why chemistry is important. Active research projects involve everything from the discovery of new antimalarial drugs to development of fiber optics to environmental and forensic chemistry. Research is seen as such a vital part of the education process that all students are required to become involved in at least one of the projects for a part of the time they are at IWU.

Click on a faculty member's name below to learn more about that individual.

Daniel Jones; DDS, PhD Professor; Biology dan.jones@indwes.edu


Dr. Jones has been blessed with opportunities to learn and serve in the dental as well as biomedical research and teaching fields. He is most grateful for the opportunity to serve Christ at Indiana Wesleyan University, integrating his faith with his work in the biomedical field by teaching, advising, and involving undergraduates with research.

Educational Background:

  • B.S., 1984, Purdue University
  • D.D.S., 1987, Indiana University
  • Ph.D., 1997, Wright State University


Study of programmed cell death in bone cells as it relates to osteoporosis (Indiana Academy of Science and Lilly Scholarship Initiative funding)

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