Teaching

          Co-Principal Investigator for          NSF Emerging STEM Scholars

Temple University Faculty Coordinator:
Trans Atlantic Science Student Exchange Program

 
 

Workshops

  • Solid-State Physics Workshop
    A workshop on Solid-State Physics (learning to understand the language of physicists) offered by Dr. Loranne Vernisse and Dr. Laszlo Frazer.

Spring 2021:
– Molecular Spectroscopy (8301)

Graduate course on absorption, emission, and scattering of light by molecular systems. Discussion of basic principles and experimental techniques.

– STEM Scholars Seminar (SCTC 1002)
 

Office: 252 BE

Office Hours: Mondays 1:00-2:0pm, Fridays 2:00-3:00pm, and by appointment


Past Semesters:

Fall 2020:
– Physical Chemistry II (Chem 3302)
An introduction to quantum mechanics and spectroscopy.
 
– STEM Scholars Seminar (SCTC 1002)

Spring 2020:
-Molecular Spectroscopy (8301)
Graduate Lecture on absorption, emission, and scattering of light by molecular systems. Discussion of basic principles and experimental techniques.

-STEM Scholars Seminar (SCTC 1002)
 

Fall 2019:
-Physical Chemistry II (Chem 3302)
An introduction to quantum mechanics and spectroscopy.

-CST First Year Seminar (SCTC 1001)
This course provides students with the foundation necessary for success in college.

-STEM Scholars Seminar (SCTC 1002)


Spring 2019:
– STEM Scholars Seminar (SCTC 1002)


Fall 2018:
– Physical Chemistry II (Chem 3302)
An introduction to quantum mechanics and spectroscopy.

– STEM Scholars Seminar (SCTC 1002)


Spring 2018:
-STEM Scholars Seminar (SCTC 1002)


Fall 2017:
Chemical Kinetics (5305)
A study of the dynamics of chemical reactions.

-STEM Scholars Seminar (SCTC 1002)


Spring 2017:
Chemical Kinetics (5305)
A study of the dynamics of chemical reactions.


Spring 2016:
Chemical Kinetics (5305)
A study of the dynamics of chemical reactions.


Spring 2015:
– Molecular Spectroscopy (8301)
Graduate Lecture on absorption, emission, and scattering of light by molecular systems. Discussion of basic principles and experimental techniques.


Fall 2014:
– Chemistry of Wine (0821)
This course begins with a large scale fermentation of red and white wine and will continue with team-based analyses of the two month process of turning grape juice into wine. Many aspects of the production and consumption of wine will be addressed in this course.


Spring 2014:
Molecular Spectroscopy (8301)
Graduate Lecture on absorption, emission, and scattering of light by molecular systems. Discussion of basic principles and experimental techniques.


Fall 2013:
– Chemistry of Wine (0821)
This course begins with a large scale fermentation of red and white wine and will continue with team-based analyses of the two month process of turning grape juice into wine. Many aspects of the production and consumption of wine will be addressed in this course.


Summer 2013:
Electrochemistry Workshop
A workshop on Electrochemistry (principles and applications) offered by Dr. Zhihai Li and Sepideh Afsari.


Spring 2013:
– Molecular Spectroscopy (Chem 8301)
Absorption, emission and scattering of light by molecular system. Discussion of basic principles and experimental techniques.


Fall 2012:
– Chemistry of Wine (0821)
This course begins with a large scale fermentation of red and white wine and will continue with team-based analyses of the two month process of turning grape juice into wine. Many aspects of the production and consumption of wine will be addressed in this course.


Spring 2012:
– Physical Chemistry I (Chem 3301)
This course provides the foundation essential for most higher-level work in chemistry. Topics covered include thermodynamics, phase equilibria, chemical equilibria, kinetic theory of gases, chemical kinetics, and equilibrium electro-chemistry.


Teaching Archive (teaching prior to 2011)


 

For more course information, please go to Temple University Course Schedule at temple.edu/courses

Previous Program:

Co-Principal Investigator for NSF GK-12 Project:
Scientists as Teachers and Teachers as Scientists

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