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Department of Chemistry

Yasmin Patell   

Dr. Yasmin Patell

Teaching Professor  Courses Instructed
emailyasmin@ksu.edu
locationKing 105

 CHM 210 - Chemistry I

CHM 211 - Chem I Recitation

CHM 230 - Chemistry II

CHM 231 - Chem II Recitation

phone785-532-2725 (office)
785-532-6666 (fax)
 

Biography

2016-Present
2004-2016
2000-2004
1998-2000
1996-1998
1993-1996
1991-1993
1988-1991

Teaching Professor
Assistant Teaching Scholar
Instructor
Post Doctoral Teaching/Research Fellow, The University of Regina, Regina, SK, Canada
Post Doctoral Research Fellow, The Queen's University of Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Ph.D., Chemistry, The Queen's University of Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland
M.S., Chemistry, University of Sussex, Brighton, Sussex, United Kingdom
B.S., Chemistry, University of Sussex, Brighton, Sussex, United Kingdom

Classes

CHM 210 - Chemistry I. (4) I, II, S. First course of a two-semester study of the principles of chemistry and the properties of the elements and their compounds. Three hours lecture and three hours lab a week. Prerequisite: One year of high school chemistry and MATH 100 (or two years of high school algebra).

CHM 211 - Chemistry I Recitation. (1) I, II. An optional recitation class that requires conc. enrollment in CHM 210, Chemistry I. The objective is the development of skills for solving chemical problems. Instruction will be via a small class format. For credit/no credit only. Credit independent of grade for Chemistry I.

CHM 230 - Chemistry II. (4) I, II, S. Second course of a two-semester study of the principles of chemistry and the properties of the elements and their compounds. Three hours lecture and three hours lab a week. Prerequisite: CHM 210.

CHM 231 - Chemistry II Recitation. (1) I, II. An optional recitation class that requires conc. enrollment in CHM 230 Chemistry II. The objective is the development of skills for solving chemical problems. Instruction will be via a small class format. For credit/no credit only. Credit independent of grade for Chemistry II.

Teaching Awards

  • Presidential Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, Kansas State University, 2006.
  • Commerce Bank Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award, Kansas State University, 2011.
  • College of Arts and Sciences, William L. Stamey Teaching Award, Kansas State University, 2003.
  • Promoting An Accessible Campus Award, Kansas State University, April 2013.
  • Women in Engineering and Science (WESP) Making a Difference Award, 2007.

Service Awards

  • The 2009 E. Ann Nalley Midwest Regional Award for Volunteer Service to the American Chemical Society.

Teaching Certificate

  • ACUE’s Certificate in Effective College Instruction endorsed by the American Council on Education 2018.