Madeleine Joullié



Simmons College, Boston, MA                                  B.Sc. 1949 Chemistry
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA           M.Sc. 1950 Chemistry
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA           Ph.D. 1953 Chemistry


Instructor, University of Pennsylvania, 1953-1957
Research Associate, University of Pennsylvania, 1957-1959
Fulbright Lecturer, University of Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1965
Visiting Professor, Columbia University, 1968
Assistant Professor of Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania, 1959-1968
Associate Professor of Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania, 1968-1974
Professor of Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania, 1975 to present
Visiting Professor, University of Grenoble, Grenoble – France, 1987
Visiting Professor, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1989
Visiting Professor, Cambridge University, Cambridge, England, 1997
Visiting Professor, Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, CA  1998

Board of Visitors, Temple University, 2007

Board of Directors, Chemical Heritage Museum, 2008



1972 ACS Philadelphia Section Award
1978 ACS Garvan Award
1984 American Cyanamid Faculty Award
1985 AIC Scroll Award
1991 Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching
1991 Class of 1970 Endowed Chair
1991 AWIS Philadelphia Section Award
1994 Philadelphia Organic Chemist’s Club Award, POCC Award
1994 ACS Henry Hill Award
1995 H. Martin Friedmann Lectureship, Rutgers University
1997 The Alan Johnson Lectureship, University of Sussex
1997 MONTS Lecturer, Montana State University
1998 ACS Award for Encouraging Women into Careers in the Chemical Sciences
1999 Distinguished Achievement Award – University of Pennsylvania Graduate Student Association and Phi Lambda Upsilon
2001 Named one of “76 Smartest People in Philadelphia,” Philadelphia Magazine
2002 ACS A.C. Cope Senior Scholar Award
2002 NIH Center for Scientific Review Medicinal Chemistry Study Section
2003 Lecturer: Maria Goeppert-Mayer Interdisciplinary Symposium, San Diego, CA
2003 Roche Colorado Distinguished Lecturer, University of Colorado at Boulder
2003 Elected ACS Director, District III
2004 Invited Lecturer: St. Michael’s College Centennial Celebration, Burlington VT
2004 Active Member of the Committee on Science & the Arts of the Franklin Institute 
2005   Editorial Board for Chemical & Engineering News
2005  Elected Member American Academy of Arts and Sciences
2005  Re-Elected ACS Director, District III (Term 2006-2008)
2006 Fellow of the Royal Chemistry Society



Annual Wyeth Lecture series at Penn renamed the Madeleine Joullié Lecture