Chemical Education

Faculty Involved in This Research Area
Faculty Member Office Location Lab Location Email Description
Jennifer Lewis
  • CHE 202
N/A  With a national imperative to improve student learning in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) disciplines, chemistry has been a center of educational research and curriculum development activity. Research in the Lewis group focuses on current trends in the teaching and learning of chemistry at the undergraduate level.
Scott Lewis
  • CHE 202B
  • CHE 206  Dr. Scott Lewis is interested in novel forms of student assessment in chemistry, evaluation of pedagogical reforms and in better understanding the sources and remedies of student attrition in chemistry.
Robert Potter
  • BSF 302
  • BSF 340
  • BSF 342   
Jeffrey Raker
  • CHE 203C
N/A  Dr. Raker research is focused on how and what students learn in organic chemistry as well as across the undergraduate chemistry degree program.