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Chemistry M.S. Outcome Data

 student at graduation

Coursework

The following table shows the graduate-level courses taught in 2017-2018, their graduate student enrollment, and the level of contribution that each course makes towards the Department’s three learning objectives:

Course Number

Course Title

 Student Enrollment, 2017-18*

 Student Enrollment, 2016-17*

Student Enrollment, 2015-16*

L1: Mastery of Fundamental Skills

L2: Development of Research Skills

L3: Commun-ication Skills

CHEM 6010

QUANTUM CHEMISTRY

0

2

0

 

 

 

CHEM 6020

MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY

0

0

4

 

 

 

CHEM 6250

CURRICULAR PRACT TRAINING

0

0

1

M

H

H

CHEM 6300

ADV MODERN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

3

0

7

H

L

M

CHEM 6500

REACT/MECH INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

6

0

6

 

 

 

CHEM 6510

CHEMICAL GROUP THEORY

0

0

5

H

M

L

CHEM 6700

ADV BIOCHEMISTRY I

0

0

5

H

M

L

CHEM 6720

PRINCIPLES OF ENZYMOLOGY I

10

6

5

H

M

M

CHEM 6730

PRIN OF ENZYMOLOGY II

0

7

0

H

M

M

CHEM 6740

CELLULAR COMMUNICATION

9

4

6

H

H

L

CHEM 6750

STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY

12

6

0

H

H

L

CHEM 6760

PRINCIPLES OF BIOENERGETICS

9

5

5

 

 

 

CHEM 6770

BIOCHEMICAL METHODS

8

6

0

H

H

M

CHEM 7020

STATISTICAL MECHANICS

1

2

0

 

 

 

CHEM 7300

REACT/SYN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

0

5

0

 

 

 

CHEM 7310

ORGANIC STRUCTURE/SPECTROS

0

8

0

H

H

L

CHEM 7530

ST:ELECTROCHEMICAL METHODS/SYS

0

6

0

 

 

 

CHEM 7600

ANALYTICAL SPECTROSCOPY

2

0

0

H

H

M

CHEM 7770

ST:MICRO AND SPECTRO TECHNIQUE

0

0

3

H

H

M

CHEM 7770

DISCOVERY/EXPLOITA OF THE GENE

8

0

0

L

M

H

CHEM 7770

ST: NATURE-INSPIRED BIOSENSORS

0

0

5

H

L

L

CHEM 7770

ST:STRUCT,FUNCT,Ð OF CRISPR

4

0

0

H

M

M

CHEM 7770

ST:PRINCIPLES STRUCTURAL BIO

0

0

1

H

H

L

CHEM 7770

GRAPH REPRES OF BIOLMOL STRUCT

0

7

0

M

H

M

CHEM 7800

SEMINAR

45

75

78

M

M

H

CHEM 7800

ST: BIOCHEMISTRY SEMINAR

28

15

14

L

L

H

CHEM 7800

ST: ORGAN/INORGAN SEMINAR

11

18

8

M

M

H

CHEM 7800

ST: PHYS/ANALY SEMINAR

6

2

4

 

 

 

*In each case, all enrolled students passed the course. 

Annual Reviews

The following table shows the number of M.S. students who participated in annual reviews each during each of the last three academic years.

 

Number of M.S. students in Program required to complete Annual Review

Number of M.S. students who participated in an Annual Review

2017-18

0

0

2016-17

3

3

2015-16

4

4

Oral and Poster Presentations

 

The number of students who took the Seminar Course (CHEM 7800) is provided in the table under Coursework. 

The following table provides information about the number of presentations (oral and poster) given at conferences and professional meetings that included M.S. students as authors during the last three years.

 

Number of oral presentations at conferences or research meetings with M.S. student authors

Number of poster presentations at conferences or research meetings with M.S. student authors

 

2019

0

0

2018

5

0

2017

1

0


2018 M.S. Student Oral Presentations

Bo Hu, Camden Debruler, Jian Luo, Jared Moss, Yujing Bi, Kevin Nielson, Alyssa Sam, Tianbiao Liu. Advanced Battery Technologies for Energy Storage. The School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at Tianjin University in Tianjin, China.

Bo Hu, Camden Debruler, Jian Luo, Jared Moss, Yujing Bi, Kevin Nielson, Alyssa Sam. Energy Conversion and Storage Using Batteries and Elctrocatalysis. The School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at Dalian University of Technology in Dalian, China.

Bo Hu, Camden Debruler, Alyssa Sams, Jian Luo, Tianbiao Liu. Two Electron Storage Viologne Anolytes for Redox Flow Battery Application. 1st Utah Energy Symposium in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Jian Luo, Jared Moss, Alyssa Sam, Tianbiao Liu. Advanced Mg Electrolytes for Mg Batteries. 1st Utah Energy Symposium in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Tianbiao Liu, Jian Luo, Jared Moss, Kevin Nielson. Developing Electrolyte Chemistry for Mg Rechargeable Batteries. 2018 ACS Fall Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts.


2017 M.S. Student Oral Presentations

Jian Luo, Alyssa Sams, Jared Moss, Tianbiao Liu. Electrocatalysis for Energy and Chemical Conversions. Department Seminar at Washington State University.

Publications

 

The following table provides information about the number of publications with M.S. student authors during 2018 and 2019.

 

Number of publications with one of more M.S. students as authors

2019

2

2018

2


2019 M.S. Student Publications


Moss, J.B., Zhang, L., Nielson, K.V., Bi, Y., Wu, C., Scheiner, S., Liu, T. (2019) “Computational Insights into Mg-Cl Complex Electrolytes for Rechargeable Magnesium Batteries.” Batteries & Supercaps 2019, 2, 792-800.

Subedi, Y. P., Pandey, U., Alfindee, M., Montgomery, H., Roberts, P., Wight, J., Nichols, G., Grilley, M., Takemoto, J.Y., Chang, C. T. (2019) “Scalable and cost-effective tosylation-mediated synthesis of antifungal and fungal diagnostic 6”-Moedified amphiphilic kanamycins” European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 182 (2019) 111639.

2018 M.S. Student Publications

DeBruler, C., Hu, B., Moss, J., Luo, J., Liu, T.L. (2018) “A sulfonate-functionalized viologen enabling neutral cation exchange, aqeous organic redox flow batteries toward renewable energy storage.” ACS Energy Lett, 2018, 3, 3, 663-668.


Moss, J.B., Adhikari, U., Scheiner, S. (2018) “Thermodynamic measures of binding strength in pnicogen, chalcogen, halogen, and hydrogen bonds.” Int. J. Chem. Model., 8, 281-292.

Thesis Defenses

 

The following table provides information about the number of thesis defenses during the last three academic years.

 

Number of M.S. students who undertook their thesis defense

Number of M.S. students who passed their thesis defense

Number of M.S. students who left the program due to failure to pass their thesis defense

2017-18

1

1

0

2016-17

3

3

0

2015-16

0

0

0