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Jerome Williams, Ph. D.

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    Jerome Williams, Ph. D.

    Associate Professor of Chemistry

    Dr. Jerome Williams is an Associate Professor of Chemistry in the Department Mathematics and Sciences. A member of the Saint Leo University community since 2001, Dr. Williams has taught chemistry for more than two decades in a variety of environments ranging from community colleges to four year universities. He earned both his Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from the University of South Florida.

    Dr. Williams philosophy on teaching involves assisting students as they progress toward becoming life-long learners. Helping students construct their own knowledge paradigm, based on active learning and interaction with course content in the classroom and laboratory is the ultimate educational goal.
    Dr. Williams teaches a variety of courses at Saint Leo including general chemistry, organic chemistry, quantitative chemical analysis as well as courses in both the university honors program (scientific revolutions) and the university explorations general education curriculum (energy and its impact on global society). Dr. Williams research areas of interest include alternative energy resources, computational chemistry, surface and material science, organic synthesis and chemistry education.

    Education

    • B.S. Chemistry from the University of South Florida
    • Ph.D. Analytical Chemistry from the University of South Florida

    Courses Taught

    • CHE 123 General Chemistry I
      CHE 123L General Chemistry I Lab

    • CHE 124 General Chemistry II
      CHE 124L General Chemistry II Lab

    • CHE 311 Organic Chemistry I
      CHE 311L Organic Chemistry I Lab

    • CHE 312 Organic Chemistry II
      CHE 312L Organic Chemistry II Lab

    • CHE 321 Quantitative Chemical Analysis
      CHE 321L Quantitative Chemical Analysis Lab

    • HON 251 Scientific Revolutions (University Honors)
    • SCI 210SC Energy and Its Impact on Global Society (University Explorations)