Angela G. King

Angela G. King

Contact Info

Angela King

Associate Teaching Professor

B.A., 1990, University of Pennsylvania.
MS., 1992, Cornell University
Ph.D., 1995 Cornell University
NIH Predoctoral Fellow, Cornell University, 1992-1995

Office: Salem 206
Phone: (336) 758-5511
Email: kingag@wfu.edu
Home Page: http://www.wfu.edu/~kingag/

Research Description

Description of Research
My interests lie in the area of chemical education. At the college level, I am currently developing a new experimental sequence for second semester organic labs.  I am also interested in increasing the conceptual understanding and performance in general and organic chemistry, as well as introducing the excitement and relevancy of chemistry to non-science majors. Currently technological avenues and peer-instruction are being explored to improve learning and interest.

 

Publications

Book Chapters:

King, A. G. “Science Outreach at a Liberal Arts  College”, in Conference on K12 Outreach, Haas, D. G. and Schulze, S. K.,  Eds, The Scince House, Raleigh NC, 2004

King, A. G. and Wong, Y.-L. “The Use of Preclass Quizzes in Chemistry Classes”  in Teaching with Technology, Brown, D. G., editor, Anker Publishing  Company, Inc.: Bolton, MA, 2000.

King, A. G. and Wong, Y.-L. “Utilizing Technological Tools in General  Chemistry”, in Interactive Learnings. Brown, D. G, editor, Anker  Publishing Company, Inc.: Bolton, MA, 2000.

Journal Articles:

King, A. G., “Research Advances” a monthly column  in the Journal of Chemical Education highlighting recent breakthroughs  in research fields related to chemistry deigned to get research accomplishments  incorporated into teaching classrooms at the undergraduate and high school  level.  2004-present.

King, A.G., Wright, M., and Rudolph, W.  (2007) Diesel Meets the Soybean: “Greasing” the Wheels of Chemical  Education.  Journal of Chemical Education  84:  202-206.
Wong,  Y.-L.; King, A. G.”Application of Interactive Web Tools in Teaching Redox  Chemistry”, Interactive Multimedia Electronic Journal, Volume 1, Issue  1. http://imej.wfu.edu/

King, A. G.; Meinwald, J.; Blankespoore, C.L.; Eisner, T. “Synthesis of  9-Propyl-10-azacyclododecan-12-olide”, Tetrahedron Lett., 1996, 37,  2141-2144.

King, A. G.; Meinwald, J. “Review of Coccinellid Chemistry”, Chem. Rev., 1996,  96, 1105-1122.

Presentations:

Teaching  electrochemistry by discussing batteries and fuel cells, Albert B. Rives,  Angela G. King, American Chemical Society national Meeting, Atlanta, GA, March  26, 2006.

Exciting High School Freshmen about Enrolling in Chemistry, Ellen Hefner and  Angela G. King, Southeastern Regional Meeting, American Chemical Society,  Research Triangle Park, NC. November 12, 2004

The Science of Art: A Workshop for Middle School Science Teachers, Angela G.  King, Southeastern Regional Meeting, American Chemical Society, Research  Triangle Park, NC. November 12, 2004

SCIMAX after-school science clubs: Fostering an interest in science, Daniel  Zuidema and Angela G. King,   Biennial Conference on Chemical  Education, Ames Iowa, July 18, 2004.

Science Outreach at a Liberal Arts College, in Conference on K-12 Outreach from  University Science Departments, Raleigh, NC, Feb. 10-12, 2004,.

Increasing Active Learning with an On-Line Dimensional Analysis Tutorial,  Angela G. King and Yue-Ling Wong, Southeastern Regional Meeting, American  Chemical Society, Savanah, GA. September 23, 2001.

Use of Electronic Pre-class Quizzes to Increase Student Preparation in General  and Organic Chemistry, National American Chemical Society Meeting; Washington,  D.C., August 24, 2000.

Development and Evaluation of an On-line Redox Tutorial  Angela G. King and Yue-Ling Wong, Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, Waterloo, Canada,  August 12, 1998.

Impact of Technology on Teaching Chemistry, Angela G. King and Yue-Ling Wong,  invited presentation at Appalachian State University, Boone, NC. April 1998.

Impact of Technology on Teaching Chemistry, Angela G. King and Yue-Ling Wong,  invited presentation, International Center for Computer Enhanced Learning,  April 1998.

Designing Science Outreach to Meet Goals, Angela G. King, National American  Chemical Society Meeting, Dallas TX. March, 1998.

Replacing Traditional Writing Assignments with Development of Web Pages. Angela  G. King, Southeastern Regional Meeting, American Chemical Society, Roanoke, VA.  October, 1997.

Awards:
SENCER Model for Teaching Scientific Literacy,  awarded to a developed non-science majors chemistry course, Everyday  Chemistry, by the Association of American Colleges and Universities, 2000

DuPont Teaching Award, Cornell University, 1991