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As an extra credit assignment, I asked my students to “creatively express organic chemistry,” and these pieces are a few examples of their hard work. To view some of the projects, please follow the following YouTube link: http://youtu.be/4IJUbqGhrjg
Hello everyone! I just wanted to put up a quick post introducing myself and outlining some of the great content we have coming up in the not-too-distant future. First off, I’m Eli Whitaker, I’m a junior chemistry major and T.A. here at Berea College, and I’ve accepted the challenge of helping out with some of [...]
This has been a great year for chemistry scholarship at Berea College. Not only were three research articles published, but all of them had student coauthors! We are looking forward to more more papers with student coauthors in the years to come! Baltisberger, J.H., Musapelo, T., Sutton, B., Reynolds, A., Gurung, L. (four student coauthors) [...]
Hello Future Bereans, I’ve heard that some eager students wanted a little information on Berea’s Chemistry Placement Exam. The Chemistry Department uses the California Chemistry Diagnostic Test to see which general chemistry class is a better fit. If you’ve had some chemistry but would like to refresh your memory, you might want to look [...]
We appreciate that textbooks are often found cheaper online or from another student than in a bookstore. To help students find the best deal on textbooks, we are posting all the books needed for chemistry classes this fall: CHM 101: Foundations in Chemistry Chemistry: The Central Science (12th Edition) by Brown, LeMay, Bursten, Murphy, & [...]
If you are an excellent organic grad student about to defend and are thinking of a career in undergraduate teaching, please consider applying for the one-year position described below! The Department of Chemistry at Berea College invites applications for a one-year post-doctoral research/teaching fellowship in organic chemistry starting either Summer 2011 or Fall 2011. Teaching [...]
As the academic year is winding down and we are approaching summer 2011 and fall 2011 registration, it is a good time for me to make sure students know Jay Baltisberger’s plan for the 2011-2012 academic year. Dr. Baltisberger has been approved for a sabbatical plan to take classes in geology at the University of [...]