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Eric Eitrheim, Ph.D.
Eric joined the UCO faculty in August 2017 to teach Inorganic, Environmental, and General Chemistry courses. He has been active in research projects focused on undergraduate student experiences in areas of chemical education, inorganic chemistry, and crystallography.
Education and Certifications
The University of Iowa, Ph.D. Chemistry 2012-2017
Luther College, B.A. Chemistry 2009-2012
CHEM 1103 General Chemistry I
CHEM 1112 General Chemistry I Lab
CHEM 4654 Inorganic Chemistry (& Lab)
CHEM 4910 Environmental Chemistry
Honors and Awards
UCO CETTL 21st Century Pedagogy Institute Distinguished Teacher-Scholar 2019
UCO CETTL 21st Century Pedagogy Institute Teacher-Scholar 2018
VIPEr Fellowship, funded by an NSF IUSE grant, 2018-2020
Research, Published Work, and Scholarly Activities
Please see the website links above for Eric's researchgate profile and google scholar profile.
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