Incorporating the Scientific Contributions of Research Faculty into the Chemical Education of Undergraduate Students at Emory University Open Access

Loera Fernandez, Ismael Ivan (2013)

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A new method of teaching chemistry at the undergraduate level is presented. Organometallic Chemistry is used as a model to incorporate research articles relating to the subject written by Emory faculty members. Several articles are presented and it is shown how they would be beneficial to introduce to undergraduate students in this course. Using the current syllabus of the course, they are given a proposed placed in the course in which they will be most effectively introduced.

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I. Part I: Introduction………………………………………………………….….…….……..1
II. Part II: Incorporating Faculty Research……………………………..…….…...7
III. Part III: Conclusion…………………………………………………………...….……..29
IV. References…………………………………………….…..…………………….…....……30

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