Dr. Deiner's ABSL course, Analytical Chemistry, focuses on the problem of brownfields assessment. During laboratory activities, students learn instrumental methods for soil and water analysis. They apply these methods to generate data that contribute to the assessment of local brownfields’ toxicity. Students in this ABSL course collaborate with students at Chatham University in Pittsburgh in an interdisciplinary study of brownfields development. More »
- Deiner, L. J., Galford, G., Rowe, G., Trun, N. Analytical chemistry in context: Incorporating application-based service learning into an instrumental method of analysis course [abstract]. In: Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society (Vol. 248); 2014 Aug.; Washington, D.C. ACS; 2014.
- Deiner, L. J.; Galford, G.; Rowe, G.; Trun, N. Incorporating Application Based Service Learning into an Instrumental Methods of Analysis Course [abstract]. In: 2013 Eastern Analytical Symposium & Exposition: Analytical in Motion; 2013 Nov. 18-20; Somerset, N.J. Click to view published abstract.
- Deiner, J.; Trun, N.; Galford, G. Application based service learning in the first year chemistry sequence [abstract]. In: ACS Fall 2015 National Meeting, Boston; 2015 Aug. 16-20; Boston, Mass. ACS 2015 Click to view published abstract.
- Woodley, S.K., Anderson, M., Deiner, J., Engle, M., Rowe, G., Senko, J., Trun, N. Incorporating novel research into classrooms using application-based service learning. Poster presented at: The Society for Comparative and Integrative Endocrinology meeting; 2016 Jan. 4; Portland, Ore. Click to view published abstract. Click to view poster.
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