UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Chemistry and Biotechnology
Office: 257 Centennial Science Hall
PhD Iowa State University 2007
BA St. Olaf College 2002
University of Wisconsin-River Falls-Associate Professor (2014-present) University of Wisconsin-River Falls-Assistant Professor (2008-2014)
Macalester College-Visiting Assistant Professor (2007-2008)
Iowa State University-Instructor (2006-2007)
120/121 Introduction to General Chemistry Lab
230 Survey of Organic Chemistry
231 Organic Chemistry
232 Organic Chemistry II
236 Organic Chemistry Lab
237 Organic Chemistry Lab II
333 Organic Synthesis
334 Organic Synthesis Lab
432 Advanced Organic Chemistry
Stoffregen, S. A.; Lee, S. Y.; Dickerson, P.; Jenks, W. S. Computational Investigation of the Photochemical Deoxygenation of Thiophene-S-Oxide and Selenophene-Se-Oxide. Photochemical and Photobiological Sciences, 2014, 13, 431-438.
Jenks, W. S.; Heying, M. J.; Stoffregen, S. A.; Rockafellow, E. M. Reaction of Dicarbomethoxycarbene with Thiophene Derivatives. The Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2009, 74, 2765-2770.
Stoffregen, S. A.; Heying, M.; and Jenks, W. S. S,C-sulfonium ylides from thiophenes: Potential carbene precursors. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2007, 129, 15746-15747.
Stoffregen S. A., McCulla R. D., Wilson R., Cercone S., Miller J., and Jenks W. S. Sulfur and selenium ylide bond enthalpies.The Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2007, 72, 8235-8242.
Stoffregen, S. A.; Vecchi, P. A.; Ellern, A.; and Angelici, R. J. A new approach to the stabilization of dibenzothiophene (DBT) coordination to metals: studies of (η5-C5H4CH2Ph)Ru(CO)2(η1(S)-DBT)+. Inorganica Chimica Acta, 2007, 360, 1711-1716.
Stoffregen, S. A.; Griffin, A. K. K.; and Kostić, N. M. Thioether complexes of palladium(II) and platinum(II) as artificial peptidases: residue-selective peptide cleavage by a palladium(II) complex. Inorganic Chemistry 2005, 44, 8899-8907.
2014 National Science Foundation-Research at Undergraduate Institutions Program: Computational Modeling of Hydroxyl Radical and Carboxylic Acid Formation in the Atmosphere ($300,000)-Co-PI (ID#: 1412622)
2010 National Science Foundation-Major Research Instrumentation Program: Acquisition of a Computer Cluster for Undergraduate Chemistry Research and Teaching by the Midwest Undergraduate Computational Chemistry Consortium (MU3C) ($299,942)-Senior Personnel (ID#1039925)
Sadie Burkhow (1/14-present)
Katrina Hanson (11/13-5/14)
Jeremy Schultz (9/13-present)
Matthew Jarocki (9/13-present)
Brandon Scharping (9/12-12/12)
Grant Stoddard (9/12-12/12)
Ashley McDonald (1/12-12/13)
Dan VanDyke (9/11-5/13)
Jacob Brunsvold (9/10-5/12)
Sean Lavallie (9/10-12/10)
Molly Smith (9/10-12/10)
Samantha Kaminski (2/10-5/10)
David Eckre (9/09-12/10)
Carrie Resch (9/09-5/10)
Sophia Wilson (9/09-12/09)
Amanda Steck (6/09-12/09)
Stacey Stoffregen came to the department in the Fall of 2008 and teaches courses primarily in the area of organic chemistry. Stacey grew up in Cottage Grove, Minnesota, went to St. Olaf College for her undergraduate studies, then spent five years in Ames, Iowa where she pursued her graduate studies. While at Iowa State University she also served as an instructor of general chemistry and a teaching assistant in general and organic chemistry laboratory and discussion sections. After leaving Ames, Stacey served as a Visiting Assistant Professor at Macalester College for one year where she taught general chemistry, organic chemistry, and a special topics course in organic photochemistry.
Stacey’s research background is in two areas, 1) the design of sequence specific synthetic peptidases and 2) the photochemical reactivity and computational modeling of sulfur ylides.
Stacey’s interests outside of chemistry include spending time with her wonderful family, including her husband Bill, her daughter Heidi, her son Hans, and her dogs Oskar and Heike. The entire family enjoys cross-country skiing, cooking, gardening, canoeing, camping, and hiking.