AASCU Graduates: The Difference We Make

Richard McCullough

Graduation Year: 1982
Degree Earned: B.S., Chemistry
Institution: The University of Texas at Dallas

A recognized expert in conductive polymer technology, Richard McCullough is vice provost for research at Harvard. Prior to his appointment at Harvard, McCullough was the vice president for research at Carnegie Mellon University, where he also had served as the dean of the Mellon College of Science, and head of the Department of Chemistry. The Thomas Lord Professor of Chemistry at Carnegie Mellon, McCullough, whose research has principally been focused on developing printable electronic materials, founded two companies: Plextronics Inc. and Liquid X Printed Metals. He is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board for Advanced Materials.