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Dr. Emmalou Schmittzehe

Dr. Emmalou SchmittzeheAssistant Professor of Chemistry
Program/Dept: Biology & Chemistry
Degrees, Licensures, and Certifications: B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. Chemistry, Missouri University of Science & Technology

Research Interests: Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy pulse sequence design and optimization, hydrothermal degradation of biomass, chemistry education, HPLC and GCMS method development and validation

Selected Publications

  • A Student-Choice Model to Address Diverse Needs and Promote Active Learning, T.R. McDowell, E.T. Schmittzehe, A.J. Duerden, D. Cernusca, H. Collier, K. Woelk, Journal of Science Education and Technology, 2019,
  • Fostering A Positive Collaborative Learning Experience in an Optional Student Success Program, T.R. McDowell, E.T. Schmittzehe, K. Woelk, H. Collier, Journal of Modern Education Review, 2016, Vol. 6 No. 8, 561-567,
  • EXponentially Converging Eradication Pulse Train (EXCEPT) for solvent-signal suppression in investigations with variable T1 Times, E.T. Satterfield, A.R. Pfaff, W. Zhang, L. Chi, R.E. Gerald II, K. Woelk, J. Magn. Reson., 2016, 268, 68-72,
  • Piloting Blended Strategies To Resolve Laboratory Capacity Issues in a First Semester General Chemistry Course, S.B. Burchett, J.L. Hayes, A.R. Pfaff, E.T. Satterfield, A. Skyles, K. Woelk, J. Chem. Educ., 2016, 93, 1217-1222

Contact Info

404E Lappin Hall