Sasheela Jose for her remarkable, valuable guidance and supervision throughout the project work. Rao for her encouragement, help, suggestion and readily helpful service in performing the experiment. Parichay Saxena Roll NO:
In general, first-year graduate students are not encouraged to pursue these you are busy enough, already, and your participation in work such as this will benefit from your having been a GSI in the program. The FFGSI application requires a a brief description of you participation, b a note of support from the project leader, and c a note of support from your research advisor.
Please feel free contact Professor Coppola if you have any questions. Anne McNeil Revise curriculum, develop and test new experiments for pre-college science program. Anne McNeil Develop course curriculum, design assignments, and identify reading materials.
Nicolai Lehnert Integrating Literature-based Assignments 5. Eitan Geva Development of interactive computer demos for undergraduate physical chemistry courses 7. Carol Ann Castaneda, Profs. Castaneda for current project plans Project on Academic Integrity Dr.
Amy Gottfried Promoting a culture of academic integrity. Chem Mathematical Methods Prof. Chem Analytical Chemistry Prof. Kicki Hakansson Lab on a chip: Incorporating Microfluidics in Undergraduate Lab John Wolfe Anticancer Drugs: Development of a Research Based Laboratory Section Chem or grad level bioinorganic course Prof.
Vince Pecoraro Participate in development of a new inorganic chemistry textbook on Metals in Biology and Medicine Paul Zimmerman Sustainability Projects V. Chem Biophysical Chemistry Profs.
Ramamoorthy Learning through the literature VI. Chem Organic I Lecture Prof. Anne McNeil Revise curriculum and course materials based on past experiencesdevelop and test new experiments. Transform some experiments into accessible materials for online and outreach.
We have run a MMSS camp on the topic of polymers for the past three years. This year we focused on a specialized topic: Because the topic is narrower, we have an opportunity to go deeper into the concepts and increase their comprehension of fundamentals, which we kind of glossed over in past years in the interest of breadth.
This project is aimed at developing course curriculum, designing assignments, and identifying reading materials for an interdisciplinary honor course about the Anthropocene Era that meets the natural sciences LSA criteria.
In order to better illustrate this, we would like to develop graphical illustrations, for use in the classroom, that show the frontier MOs of these amino acids.
This would require generating them with DFT calculations, and then making nice 3D contour plots. Software to do this is available.
And then use these to show how transition metal d-orbitals can interact with these ligand-based MOs. A student who works on this project could also teach a few lectures in the course, perhaps even the classes in which these graphics are used.
Integrating Literature-based Assignments People: For these homework assignments, the questions will help facilitate the students to critically evaluate the data in the respective papers. Additionally, we want to extend the students knowledge of library chemistry resources, such as SciFinder. Student Engagement in Authentic Research Design In this project traditional procedural laboratory experiments were refocused around authentic research problems that are routinely encountered by practicing synthetic chemists.
Students work together in small groups to brainstorm solutions to the synthetic problems, to implement their solutions in lab, and to use data to determine if their solution is viable. The refocused curriculum is student-centered because students decide what they need to know in order to solve the problem and pursue their own solutions.
The curriculum is now operating in Chemistry Ongoing aspects of the project are 1 investigation of student engagement with problem based curriculum using discourse analysis and 2 investigation of graduate student development of teaching experience in a problem-based context.
A new pedagogy, called Compute-to-Learn C2Lis being implemented within the framework of a supplemental, peer-led weekly 2 hour session, in a studio environment, where undergraduate students enrolled in introductory Physical Chemistry courses Chem and Chem collaborate to create interactive computer demonstrations of basic Physical Chemistry concepts, using Wolfram Mathematica a powerful computing environment commonly used in academia, industry, and education.
Senior undergraduate students who participated in a previous iteration of the studio serve as peer leaders whose role is to guide activities and help the students stay on track towards completing the project within the week semester.Chemistry.
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