Lectured Courses Taught by Professor Aimin Liu at Georgia State University

 

Semester

/year

Course number

Title / Class
(% of lectures offered by Prof. Liu)

Number of students

Student perceptions

(on a 5.0 scale)

Fall 2008

Chem 6600

Biochemistry I (50%)

29 (grad)

4.8

Spring 2009

Chem 4610

Biochemistry II (50%)

3 (under)

5.0

Spring 2009

Chem 6610

Biochemistry II (50%)

26 (grad)

5.0

Spring 2009

Chem 6900

Advanced Research Method

19 (grad)

4.8

Summer 2009

Chem 6900

Advanced Research Method

15 (grad)

5.0

Fall 2009

Chem 4600

Biochemistry I (100%)

1 (under)

3.0

Fall 2009

Chem 6600

Biochemistry I (100%)

30 (grad)

4.4

Fall 2009

Chem 6900

Advanced Research Method

15 (grad)

4.6

Spring 2010

Chem 4230

Metals in Biology and Medicine (100%)

2 (under)

5.0

Spring 2010

Chem 6230

Metals in Biology and Medicine (100%)

19 (grad)

4.5

Spring 2010

Chem 6900

Advanced Research Method

22 (grad)

4.8

Summer 2010

Chem 6900

Advanced Research Method

15(grad)

4.5

Fall 2010

Chem 6600

Biochemistry I (50%)

37 (grad)

4.4

Fall 2010

Chem 6900

Advanced Research Method

19 (grad)

4.8

Spring 2011

Chem 4610

Biochemistry II (50%)

8 (under)

4.6

Spring 2011

Chem 6610

Biochemistry II (50%)

23 (grad)

4.5

Fall 2011

Chem 6900

Advanced Research Method

13 (grad)

4.7

Fall 2011

Chem 6600

Biochemistry I (50%)

32 (grad)

4.6

Spring 2012

Chem 4230

Metals in Biology and Medicine (100%)

5 (under)

5.0

Spring 2012

Chem 6230

Metals in Biology and Medicine (100%)

13 (grad)

4.6

Fall 2012

Chem 4600

Biochemistry I (70%)

1 (under)

5.0

Fall 2012

Chem 6600

Biochemistry I (70%)

36 (grad)

4.8

Fall 2013

Chem 6600

Biochemistry I (70%)

55 (grad)

4.7

Fall 2014

Chem 6600

Biochemistry I (50%)

58 (grad)

4.6

Fall 2015

Chem 6600

Biochemistry I (50%)

59 (grad)

4.5

 

Note: “Metals in Biology and Medicine” is a new course (5 credits) created at Georgia State University by Professor Liu. It is being offered in alternate years.
An outside independent teaching evaluation is available at Rate My Professors.






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