Teaching

Foundation Distinguished Professor (2016-Present)
University of Kansas
Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering

C&PE 626 Chemical Engineering Laboratory II  

kinetics
New Kinetics Experiment – Iodination of Acetone – C&PE 616 Chemical Engineering Lab I.

C&PE 616 Chemical Engineering Laboratory I
Senior Lab, kinetics

ASPEN Tutorials
Taught ASPEN modeling using video presentations at the University of Delaware. Video library included Hydrogenation of Benzene to Cyclohexane, Solids modeling, and Reactor modeling.

C&PE 661 Undergraduate Honors Research
Advise undergraduates in chemical engineering thermodynamic and reaction engineering experiments with my graduate and post-doctoral researchers

C&PE 651 Undergraduate Research
Advise undergraduates in chemical engineering thermodynamic and reaction engineering experiments with my graduate and post-doctoral researchers

Adjunct Professor (2011-2016)
University of Delaware
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

CHEG 345 Chemical Engineering Laboratory I
Junior Lab, kinetics and vapor-liquid equilibria theory and experimentation, and safety

CHEG 445 Chemical Engineering Laboratory II
Senior Lab, distillation theory, operation of pilot-scale column, and process hazards analysis

CHEG 473/474 Junior/Senior undergraduate research
Advised 39 students during the past six years to: design new kinetics experiment for Junior lab, reactivate heat-exchanger experiment for Junior lab, upgrade pilot-scale distillation column from batch to continuous operation for Senior lab, create ASPEN tutorial videos for introductory course in ChE, measure friction and wear properties for bioderived and synthetic lubricants, and publish manuscripts.

UNIV 401/402 Undergraduate Thesis
Advised undergraduate thesis student, obtained departmental research funding, Project:  Friction and Wear Characteristics for  Bioderived Lubricants – Advantages versus Synthetic Lubricants.

CHEG 112 Material and Energy Balances
ASPEN modeling