“… When he started teaching at Monmouth University, a primarily undergraduate institution in New Jersey, physical chemist Dmytro Kosenkov wanted to shake things up. While developing labs for a physical chemistry class in 2012, he chafed at repeating the traditional kinetics and spectroscopy experiments in the same old way. That’s when he thought of having students design and build automated instruments.”
Monmouth In The News
Brian Hanlon ’88 sees his subjects—athletes, coaches, mascots, religious and historical figures—from a unique perspective.
From betta fish to boa constrictors, Jen Steinman ’10M helps grieving pet owners deal with the loss of a beloved companion.
Can education and economic empowerment put an end to the gender-based violence that has plagued the world’s largest democracy?
Monmouth researchers are tracking sharks off the coast of New Jersey in an effort to better understand how improper catch and release affects their numbers.