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My name is Wilton Flemon. I am a full professor of chemistry at Metropolitan State University of Denver. I hold the Ph.D. degree in physical organic chemistry from the University of Denver (1969), the Master's of Science degree from Clark Atlanta University (1961), and a Bachelor of Science degree from Grambling College, Louisiana (1959). Yes there were universities and colleges back then and I was attending them. I will be your online instructor.
From 1961-1965, I was an assistant professor of chemistry at Southern University. I left Baton Rouge to pursue the PhD degree at DU in September 1965-1969. I recieved the PhD degree in 1969 and began working at Metro State University of Denver, MSUD in September 1969. From 1969-71, I helped to create the African American Studies Department and served as it first chair from 1969-71. I was promoted to Associate Professor of Chemistry in 1972. Between the years of 1971-1987 at Metro State, I served in a variety of administrative positions, including the following Assistant- and Associate VP Academic Affairs, Acting VP Academic Affairs and Special Assistant to the President. Thusly I have worked and taught at this institution for more than 44 years, initially serving, 16 years, in several executive administrative positions and full time chemistry teaching. I left the administration in mid 1980s to begin full time traditional teaching and teaching online courses since the mid 1990s.
I have served or am serving as a consultant to a number of organizations and or agencies including but not limited to the following, National Science Foundation Summer Fellow, the US Environmental Protection Agency-Chemistry Division-at Englewood CO, US Navy-Edward Air Force Base, The American Public Military University Online system, The Colorado Community College Online System.
My email address is email@example.com ; my URL is clem.mscd.edu/~flemonw/ ; and telephone number is 303-556-2838. I am located in the Science Building, which is on Auraria Higher Education Complex campus, at the third floor at office#3045. My office hours are 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Monday - Friday . I am generally easily accessible.
My teaching schedule at MSUD currently is that I teach three on-line courses and one course by traditional mode. If you are interested in reviewing my course syllabi please click on the appropriate course icon below or just go to The Metropolitan State U of Denver's web site at http: www.mscd.edu/ and follow the on-line courses' hot links. Additionally, I am a consultant to a number of colleges and universities dealing with online education and environmental science.
The on-line courses are instructor paced; can be taken anytime or anywhere during the semester, adhering to in class due dates, college policy and the college academic calendar. These courses are designed for professional personnel, as well as practitioners, whose careers are in environmental science or related fields. Additionally, these courses are designed for college students who are highly motivated; who take their academic work seriously. For online courses, students must be computer literate; possess and or have access to computers that are capable of performing course functions.
I am active in the Metro State Community, have chaired the Noel Community for several years. We sponsor natioanlly known African American Scholars' visitation to campus for lectures. We work directly with faculty, students, staff and community leaders. We have raised over $110,00 for scholarships and other activities. The university has contributed enormous sums of funds in support of this activity. I have chaired many university standing committees of the senate and other groups. My service activity go way back and officially began in graduate school at the University of Denver.
I chaired the Nigeria Bafrian Steering committee. A committee designed to raised funds to support childern of the area who were being deprived of food. We raised $10,000 and send the funds to the United Nation's Childern Fund. From there, I chaired the Rocky Mountain region Project 75 program. This program was designed to encourage minority students to pursue careers in medical schools.Then I was the first chair of the African American Studies Department at Metro State U.
During the midterm 1990s, I was co-founder of the Louis Stokes-MSUD Colorado Alliance for Minority Participation program -a multiyear program designed to support urban students through undergraduate science- mathematics classes and sponsored by NSF & Metro State University.
For further information about my classes, click on the appropriate course title below:
Principles of Chemistry 1100 Online
Principles of Chemistry Laboratory 1150 Online
General Chemistry 1800-Summer
General Chemistry 1800
Late Nite Labs
Chemistry & Society 1010 Online