Chemistry - the study of matter and its changes. If you understand chemistry, you understand the world. Chemistry has been my one true love since my first day of chemistry class in high school. Although all areas of chemistry are fascinating, inorganic chemistry is (in my opinion) the best discipline within chemistry because it includes a little bit of organic, a little bit of physical, a variety of analytical techniques, and is a spectacular application of biochemistry. Inorganic chemists are the multitaskers of chemistry. We rock. In addition, transition metal complexes are beautiful.
- I teach chemistry at a regional state university in the upper midwest.
college-level educator, I once again get some of the best parts of all
worlds. I get to share my love of chemistry and review
fundamental concepts in General Chemistry, and I get to explore more
in-depth material in upper-level classes and research.
- As part of my position as an educator, I have explored a number of
media outlets to reach out to my students. Blogs, videos,
material... they're all great ways to convey information and they're
kind of fun. I'm certainly not an expert in any of these
fields, but I'm finding a niche.
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It's not pretty, but it works. The dropdown menus above don't always
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I'm working on polishing up my html skills
and CSS usage. For now, it's going to be a bit rough, but it
improve. Some useful sites for CSS questions:
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