Stephen Kent

  University Lecturer
  708-235-7694 ext. 7694
  Office Location: F 2304
  
  College: CAS

  
 
Programs:
Chemistry Education - Certificate
Chemistry - Minor
Chemistry - Bachelor of Science
Analytical Chemistry - Master of Science

  
  

As a university Lecturer at GSU, my teaching efforts have been focused on courses such as environmental chemistry, instrumental analysis, GC/MS and LC/MS workshops, general chemistry I and II, and chemical safety in the laboratory.  Research work often involves the use of the analytical instrumentation for various projects and to provide support to the chemistry faculty and students for method development and instrument operation.

After working in industrial laboratories for over thirty years, my expertise is based on experience concerning product development, quality control, research, and instrumentation chemistry in both environmental and pharmaceutical laboratories.  I enjoy working with the students at GSU and hope to provide assistance to help student’s transition from academia to industry.

As a university Lecturer at GSU, my teaching efforts have been focused on courses such as environmental chemistry, instrumental analysis, GC/MS and LC/MS workshops, general chemistry I and II, and chemical safety in the laboratory.  Research work often involves the use of the analytical instrumentation for various projects and to provide support to the chemistry faculty and students for method development and instrument operation.

 After working in industrial laboratories for over thirty years, my expertise is based on experience concerning product development, quality control, research, and instrumentation chemistry in both environmental and pharmaceutical laboratories.  I enjoy working with the students at GSU and hope to provide assistance to help student’s transition from academia to industry.