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Burrows, Nikita L

Nikita Burrows, Ph.D.

  • Assistant Professor

Department: Chemistry and Physics

Office: Edison Hall 376

Phone: 732-263-5442

Email: nburrows@monmouth.edu


Education

Ph.D., Georgia State University

B.A., University of the Bahamas

Research Interests

Dr. Burrows has received her Ph.D in Organic Chemistry/Chemical Education. Her group is primarily concerned with the investigation and development of meaningful learning environments for students in lower division undergraduate chemistry courses.

Current projects include:

Design, development, and evaluation of the undergraduate chemistry project-based laboratory environment

Assessment of the laboratory environment for pre-medical students and development of transferable skills.

Students’ conceptual understanding of fundamental chemistry concepts in a general, organic, and biochemistry course

Courses

Recently Taught Classes

2022 Fall

  • General Chemistry I – CE 111
  • Organic Chemistry Laboratory I – CE 241L
  • Research in Chemistry – CE 350

2022 Spring

  • General Chemistry II – CE 112
  • Organic Chemistry Laboratory II – CE 242L
  • Research in Chemistry – CE 350

2021 Fall

  • General Chemistry I – CE 111
  • Organic Chemistry Laboratory I – CE 241L
  • Research in Chemistry – CE 350

2021 Summer E

  • Organic Chemistry Laboratory II – CE 242L

2021 Spring

  • General Chemistry II – CE 112
  • Organic Chemistry Laboratory II – CE 242L

2020 Fall

  • General Chemistry I – CE 111
  • Organic Chemistry Laboratory I – CE 241L
  • Research in Chemistry – CE 350

2020 Spring

  • General Chemistry I – CE 111
  • Organic Chemistry Laboratory II – CE 242L
  • Research in Chemistry – CE 350

2019 Fall

  • General Chemistry I – CE 111
  • General Chemistry Laboratory I – CE 111L
  • Research in Chemistry – CE 350

2019 Spring

  • General Chemistry I – CE 111
  • General Chemistry II – CE 112
  • General Chemistry Laboratory II – CE 112L
  • Research in Chemistry – CE 350

Frequently Taught Classes

  • General Chemistry I (CE 111)
  • General Chemistry II (CE 112)
  • General Chemistry Laboratory I (CE 111L)
  • General Chemistry Laboratory II (CE 112L)
  • Organic Chemistry Laboratory I (CE 241L)
  • Organic Chemistry Laboratory II (CE 242L)
  • Research in Chemistry (CE 350)