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Rizalia M. Klausmeyer

Rizalia M. Klausmeyer

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Associations

  • American Chemical Society
    Member 08/1991 – 05/2012

Education History

  • Ph.D. Chemistry (05/1996)
    Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
  • B.S. Chemistry (Magna Cum Laude) (05/1991)
    University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, P.R.

Publications

  • Rizalia M. Klausmeyer; Christine K.F. Hermann. (2009). Instructor’s Resource Center on CD-DVD to accompany Organic Chemistry by L.G. Wade, 7th Edition. Pearson and Prentice Hall.
  • Rizalia M. Klausmeyer; Joanett Blackburn, Christine K.F. Hermann. (2006). Instructor’s Resource Center on CD-DVD to accompany Organic Chemistry by L.G. Wade 6th Ed.. Pearson and Prentice Hall.
  • Rizalia Klausmeyer, Joannett Blackburn. (2003). Organic Chemistry 5th Edition by L.G. Wade, Instructor's Resource CD-ROM. Prentice Hall.

Teaching Experience

  • CHE 5335 Physical Organic Chemistry (Fall 2006)
    • Baylor University – Physical Organic Chemistry
    • This class is for graduate students and it is only taught every other Fall semester.
  • CHE 3361 Forensic Analytical Chemistry (Fall 2003)
    • Baylor University – Forensic Analytical Chemistry
    • Course developed for forensic majors. It covers instrumentation (GC,HPLC,IR, UV, MS and CE), drug analysis, DNA analysis, and trace analysis.
  • CHE3331Organic Chemistry (Fall 2000)
    • Baylor University – Organic Chemistry First Semester
    • Teach first semester of organic chemistry every semester.

Languages

  • English
    • Speaking level: Advanced
    • Reading level: Superior
  • Spanish
    • Speaking level: Advanced
    • Reading level: Superior

Honors & Awards

  • Outstanding Professor Award Baylor Athletics (04/2011) (04/2012)
    Given by the Baylor Department of Athletics. The award is given to professors that have been nominated by students.
  • Outstanding Professor Award Baylor Athletics (04/2011)
    Given by the Baylor Department of Athletics. The award is given to professors that have been nominated by students.

Presentations

  • Fall Chemistry Magic Show, 10/22/2011
    Chemistry reactions that are colorfull and loud. Show is geared toward children in elementary school.

Positions

  • Associate Director - Office Prehealth Studies (01/2013 – Current) Baylor University
  • Senior Lecturer (08/2000 – 01/2013) Baylor University, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • Director of Freshmen Chemistry Laboratories (08/1997 – 07/2000) University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign