Dr. George Long

Professor

Office: 235 Weyandt Hall
Phone: 724-357- 2360
Email: grlong@iup.edu

Education

BS- Thiel College
MS- Michigan Technological University
PhD- Utah State University
Postdoctoral Fellowship- National Institute of Standards and Technology
Postdoctoral Fellowship- University of Utah

Field

Physical Chemistry

Courses

CHEM 341 Physical Chemistry I

Research Interests

Laser spectroscopy; the use of computers in chemical education, including the development of on-line chemistry courses; Cognitive processes and Inductive teaching methods in chemical education.

Select Publications

Periodic Properties and Inquiry: Student Mental Models Observed during a Periodic Table Puzzle Activity, Kathleen G. Larson, George R. Long, and Michael W. Briggs, J Chem. Educ. 2012 89 (12), 1491-1498.

Qualitative assessment of inquiry based teaching methods K. Owens, G. Long and M. Briggs, J. Chem. Educ. 2011 88 (8), 1034-1040.

Student's Perceptions and Approaches to Hybrid Instruction in a Liberal Studies Chemistry Course, George R. Long, Chem. Educator 2008, 13, 260-263.

Thermal Lens Calorimetry: A Novel Approach to the Study of Thermodynamics, George R. Long and S.E. Bialkowski, The Chemical Educator, 2000, 5, 145-148.