Dr. Little completed his Ph.D. from Michigan State University in 2017, studying electrode
materials for liquid ammonia electrolysis.
He then moved to the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, serving as a chemistry lecturer,
and studying graphene-metal oxide composite materials synthesis and characterization.
He joined the faculty at ODU in the fall of 2019, teaching analytical, physical and
inorganic chemistry courses, as well as researching solutions for removing pollutants
from water utilizing solar energy, as well as new applications for graphene-metal
oxide composite materials.