Lilia C. Harvey
Professor of Chemistry
PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS
My research interests are in the area of organic photochemistry, the study of the physical processes and accompanying chemical
Project Kaleidoscope (PKAL)
PKAL has been instrumental to my professional development as a chemistry professor. Read more about my contributions to PKAL here.
COURSES I TEACH
In 2008, I team-taught a Global Connections course with a colleague from the Spanish Department at Agnes Scott. The course culminated in a two-week adventure in Costa Rica with thirteen very interesting students. This was a true liberal learning experience for a chemist!
“Condensation of Oligonucleotides Assembled into Nicked and Gapped Duplexes: Potential Structures for Oligonucleotide Delivery”, T. Sarkar, C. C. Conwell, L. C. Harvey, C. T. Santai and N. V. Hud, Nucleic Acids Research, 2005, 33, 1-9.
“Using Collaborative Case Studies in Organic Chemistry”, Hodges, Linda C.; Harvey, Lilia C.; The Chemical Educator, 2003, 8, 346-351.
“Evaluation of Student Learning in Organic Chemistry Using the SOLO Taxonomy”, Hodges, Linda C.; Harvey, Lilia C.; Journal of Chemical Education, 2003, 80(7), 785-787.
“Exploring How Students Learn Organic Chemistry, Hodges, L. C.; Harvey, L. C. Academic Exchange Quarterly, Spring 2002, 4-10.
“The Role of Multiple Teaching Strategies in Organic Chemistry”, Harvey, L. C.; Hodges, L. C. The Chemical Educator 1999, 4(3), 1-14.
“Brightness Reversion of Mechanical Pulps VIII: Fate of Dienic Additives During Brightness Reversion of High-Yield Pulp”, Harvey, L. C.; Cook, C.; Ragauskas, A. J. J. Wood Chem. Technol.1997, 17 (1 & 2), 27-39.
“Brightness Reversion of Mechanical Pulp, Part 6: Cooperative Photostabilization Approaches for High Yield Pulps”, Pan, X.; Harvey, L. C.; Ragauskas, A. J. J. Pulp Paper Sci. 1996, 22(4), 135-140.
“Mechanistic Investigation of Mechanical Pulp Brightness Stabilization by 2,4-Hexadienol”, Harvey, L. C.; Ragauskas, A. J. J. Wood Chem. Technol. 1996, 16(1), 79-93.
“Excited State Proton Transfer from Hydroxyalkyl Naphthols”, Tolbert, L. M.; Harvey, L. C.; Lum, R. C. J. Phys. Chem. 1993, 97, 13335.
“Studies on High Carbon Number Geoporphyrins by Tandem Mass Spectrometry”, Quirke, J. M. E.; Cuesta, L. L.; Yost, R. A.; Johnson, J. V.; Britton, E. D. Org. Geochem. 1989, 14, 43.
“Tandem Mass Spectrometry for the Characterization of High Carbon Number Geoporphyrins”, Yost, R. A.; Johnson, J. V.; Britton, E. D.; Quirke, J. M. E.; Cuesta, L. L. Analytical Chemistry 1986, 58, 1325.
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