238 Stanley Hall
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Professor of Chemistry
- Environmental Science
- Ph.D., U of Kentucky, Lexington
- M.S., Universite Pierre et Marie
- B.S., ESCOM, Paris, France
CHEM111 - Principles of Chemistry: Introductory chemistry course required for the chemistry, biology, biochemistry, neuroscience, geology, and environmental science majors.
CHEM331 - Equilibrium and Analysis: The objective of this problem-based learning course is to provide students with a working knowledge of the principles and practices of analytical chemistry. The course culminates in a 3-week laboratory research project where students work in groups on a service-learning project that addresses the Earlham or Richmond community needs.
Corinne Deibel teaches a range of courses in chemistry and has conducted a variety of applied analytical chemistry research projects that range from trace metals in a local watershed (environmental), elemental composition and provenance studies of pottery, obsidian and jade artifacts (archeometry), to the determination of common synthetic cannabinoids (forensic). She regularly collaborates with students on research, often leading to co-authored articles in scholarly journals. Corinne has also led off-campus programs in New Zealand and her native France.
American Chemical Society (ACS), member since 1991
Midwest Association of Chemistry Teachers at Liberal Arts Colleges, since 1998