I have developed many general chemistry active learning resources including a partially flipped set of classroom activities for general chemistry and quantitative analysis. I am very involved with faculty professional development on this campus and beyond. I have been facilitating the Lecturer Teaching Fellows Program since 2011. Each year 8-10 lecturers from all disciplines are selected to participate in this year-long project-based workshop. We meet monthly to discuss current approaches to pedagogy. More recently I have become involved in a faculty development program, NSF-IUSE (#1626624) to promote active learning and flipped classrooms in STEM disciplines. This program, Transforming College Teaching: Statewide Implementation of the Faculty Learning Program to Improve STEM Undergraduate Teaching and Learning was developed by colleagues at the Lawrence Hall of Science. I am co-facilitating a cohort of STEM faculty from UC-Berkeley and Diablo Valley College and another cohort that spans the UC-system. This year long program covers the theory and practice of active learning and culminates in classroom observations and feedback for each participant.
I have also co-developed a green chemistry lab curriculum for general and analytical chemistry. The goals of the labs are to build engagement through real-worl applications and to promote a more sustainable future.