Academic Coordinator of ChemistrySenior Lecturer in ChemistryOffice Location: 36 HammermillPhone: (814) 898 6045Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ProfileBiographyEducation B.S., Chemistry, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, 1993 M.A., Chemistry, The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, 1995 TeachingMs. Halmi's Teaching Specialties Include: General Chemistry Organic Chemistry Teaching Statement Teaching chemistry can only really begin when a student understands that chemistry is EVERYWHERE. From the beginning, I try to help my students understand why it is important for them as a person to understand chemistry and why I am so enthusiastic about the topic. I try my best to remain energetic and optimistic throughout every lecture and every laboratory. All I ask of my students is to try their best. Students are sometimes challenged by the subject matter, but as a teacher, I am challenged by teaching. PublicationsArticles Published in Refereed Journals Halmi, T. A. (Contributor to Edited Volume) (2013). Energy - Now & Forever! Celebrating Chemistry American Chemical Society, 12. http://www.acs.org/content/dam/acsorg/education/outreach/ncw/NCW-2013-Celebrating-Chemistry-Energy-Now-and-Forever.pdf. Halmi, T., "Collaborating to Celebrate National Chemistry Week", Journal of Chemical Education, 87(8) 782-783 (2010). Halmi, T. (principal author), M. Rizzo (student author), A. Jircitano (co-author), M. Kociolek (co-author), and J. Magraw (co-author). Revisiting the Electric Pickle Demonstration. Journal of Chemical Education, 82(4):545-546 (2005).