category: Recognition

Venita Totten, Ph.D.

Professor of Chemistry, Department of Natural Sciences

Drs. Totten, Eddins, Brooks, and Mr. Willis were just published in the scientific journal Food Research International. The article was titled “Qualitative Identification of Volatile Compounds in Foods and Flowers Using Passive Headspace Extraction with Activated Charcoal Fabric”.

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2022

Dr. Totten and Dr. Eddins co-authored a chapter titled, “Engaging Students Through Integrated Pedagogy: A Case Study From A Year of Pandemic Teaching.” In P.H. Bull & G.C. Patterson (Eds) Redefining Teacher Education and Teacher Preparation Programs in the Post-COVID-19 Era (IGI Global book, 2022).

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