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Emad El-Giar
Associate Professor
School of Sciences
CNSB 200
318-342-1832
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Emad E El-Giar, Ph D
Associate Professor, Chemistry

Education

Ph D

2004, Chemistry
Mississippi State University

MS

1991, Chemistry
Cairo University

BS

1987, Chemistry
Cairo University

Professional Positions

August 2013

Associate Professor, College of Arts, Education, and Sciences, School of Sciences

July 2013 August 2007

Assistant Professor of Analytical Chemistry, ULM

August 2007 May 2004

Postdoctoral Fellow, Mississippi State University

May 2004 August 1997

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Mississippi State University

August 1997 July 1995

Visiting Researcher, University of Manitoba

June 1995 May 1987

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Cairo University; Egypt

May 1991 September 1990

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Cairo University; Egypt; Sudan

Awards & Honors

January 2017 ULM’s Foundation Award for Excellence in Teaching .

April 2015 Tom and Mayme Scott Endowed Professorship in Teaching Excellence Award, ULM (April 2015).

August 2014 The ULM foundation Award for Excellence in Teaching .

April 2014 College of Arts and Science Award for Excellence in Teaching, College of Arts, Education, and Sciences at ULM.

January 2013 College of Arts and Sciences’ Award for Excellence in Teaching.

December 2012 Tom and Mayme Scott Endowed Professorship in Teaching Excellence Award.

January 2012 College of Arts and Sciences’ Award for Excellence in Teaching.

2004 T.A. of the Year(Nominated).

1997 Graduate assistantship.

1988 Faculty of Science Award.

1987 Top Graduate and Outstanding Senior B.S..

Courses Taught

CHEM 1003INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY LAB I, 14 course(s)

CHEM 1007GENERAL CHEMISTRY I, 28 course(s)

CHEM 1008GENERAL CHEMISTRY II, 14 course(s)

CHEM 1009GENERAL CHEMISTRY I LAB, 10 course(s)

CHEM 1010GENERAL CHEMISTRY II LAB, 32 course(s)

CHEM 2031ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB I, 1 course(s)

CHEM 2033ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB II, 1 course(s)

CHEM 2040Quantitative Analysis, 1 course(s)

CHEM 4023Directed Study: Analytical, 1 course(s)