• Sarah Schlosser
    Sarah Schlosser,
    Assistant Professor of Chemistry

    Office: SMC 350
    Phone Ext: 8294

    Dr. Schlosser received her Doctorate in Chemistry Education from Purdue University in 2012, and joined the Lee University Faculty in the spring of that year. She teaches Principles of General Chemistry, General Chemistry I, General Chemistry II, Physical Science, Principles of Organic and Biochemistry, and Introduction to General, Organic, & Biochemistry for the Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. Dr. Schlosser also teaches courses for the Education Department that focus on Teaching Science and Mathematics for grades 6 to 12. Her research interests include maximizing the potential of tools and resources students use to learn chemistry.

    Dr. Schlosser works with students and teachers on research and design projects related to engaging elementary through college age students with science to maximize learning.  She serves as an advisor for Biology and Chemistry Education students.  Dr. Schlosser also works with promoting the integration of mathematics and science.  One way she seeks to do this is through her involvement with students in the National Science Foundation funded Integrated Mathematics and Science Scholars (iMASS) program. 

Academic Calendar

11/27
Classes Resume
All day

Classes Resume
12/05
Last Day of Classes
All day

Last Day of Classes
12/05
Final day to withdraw from the University
Begins at 8:00 AM

Final day to withdraw from the University
12/05
Faculty Meeting
Begins at 4:00 PM

Rose Lecture Hall
Faculty Meeting
12/06
Reading Day
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Reading Day
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