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Teaching

I believe that students in applied science and technology disciplines should have a solid foundation of science and engineering, be able to use critical and creative thinking to solve practical problems, and eventually become life-long learners.​

Courses I Regularly Teach

​HSC 252 Water and Wastewater Treatment

This course covers water quality, water pollution, wastewater treatment technologies, and environmental and health effects of water contaminants. Includes lectures, labs, and field trips. Offered in fall semester only.

HSC 25​​7 Air Quality and Pollution Control

This course focuses on identification, evaluation and control of air contaminants in and out-of-doors. Study will include classroom, laboratory, field and computer applications.​ Offered in spring semester only.

HSC 248 Occupational Health​

This course provides an overview of occupational health, focusing on the recognition and assessment of adverse environmental conditions in the workplace that affect the efficiency, health, and well-being of workers. Offered in both spring and fall semeters.​

AGR 225​ Renewable Energy and Agriculture

This course covers a variety of topics, including corn ethanol, cellulosic ethanol, biodiesel, microbial fuel cell, wind energy, solar energy, and many others. Focus on technology development, and the impacts of renewables on environment, economy, and ecology. Offered in both spring and summer semesters.

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