Classes

Ryan has taught a variety of courses in Lyman Briggs College. They have included each of the general chemistry courses taught, senior seminars, and even a food science research course! The complete list can be seen below.

General Chemistry I (LB 171, 4 credit ≈115 students) 2004-2011, 2013, 2015, 2018-20, 2023

General Chemistry II (LB 172, 3 credit, ≈100 students) 2005-2013, 2015-17, 2021 (Class used ChemConnections Modules in 2009 and 2012)

General Chemistry I lab (LB 171L, 1 credit) 2004-2007, 2019

General Chemistry II lab (LB 172L, 1 credit) 2005-2007, 2009, 2012, 2015, 2017-18, 2020

Senior capstone seminar “Environmental and Health impacts of Food Choices” (LB 492, 4 credit, 10-20 students) 2007, 2008, 2010, 2016, 2019

Senior capstone seminar “The Advocate Scientist” (LB 492, 4 credit, 10-15 students) 2011, 2012, 2018

Senior capstone seminar “Pollutants in the Environment (LB 492, 4 credit, 14-16 students) 2020(x2), 2022

Science of the Foods We Love; an undergraduate research course (LB 494, 3 credit, 7-10 students)) 2012, 2013, 2015

Interdisciplinary BRAID seminar (LB 290A, 1 credit, 10-18 students) –2009, 2011

S-STEM science engagement seminar (LB 290A, 1 credit, 15 students) –2010 (x2)

S-STEM development seminar (LB 490A, 1 credit, 15 students) –2011 (x2) – Careers in science focused

Chemistry for Teachers (ISE 861, 3 credit, 3 students) 2013 – designed for in-service science teachers

Freshman Study Abroad (UGS 102, 1 credit, 15 students) in Ireland (2010) and New Zealand (2011) Topic: Environmental and Health Impacts of our Food Choices

Freshman seminar (UGS 101, 1 credit 18 students) 2009 Discussions about careers in science

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