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Stephen Cheng


Office: RI 316
Phone: 306-337-3290

Research interests

Science Education; Electrochemistry; Physical Inorganic Chemistry.

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Professional qualifications:

BSc (Santa Clara University), PhD (University of Minnesota), Postdoctoral Studies (NRC).


Introductory chemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry.

Recent publications:

Stephen C. Cheng, Vincent E. Ziffle and Ryan C. King. Innovative Food Laboratory for a Chemistry of Food and Cooking Course. Journal of Chemical Education 2020, 97, 659-667.

Stephen Cheng, Fidji Gendron, Vincent Ziffle and David Gerhard. Engaging Indigenous Youth in Science with the High Altitude Balloon Experiment. Creative Education 2019, 10, 319-331.

Stephen Cheng, David Gerhard, Fidji Gendron and Vincent Ziffle. Incorporation of High Altitude Balloon Experiment in High School Science Classrooms. Creative Education 2019, 10, 262-272.

Stephen Cheng and Susan Johnston. Participation in Peer-led Academic Support Services: One adaptation of a Natural Sciences Peer Learning Model to Enrichment in the Humanities. Stephen Cheng and Susan Johnston. Journal of Peer Learning 2014, 7, 23-35.

Stephen C. Cheng, Michael Gattrell, Thierry Guena and Barry MacDougall. Electrochemical Studies of Gold Ore Processing Wastewater Containing Cyanide, Copper, and Sulfur Compounds. Journal of Applied Electrochemistry 2006, 36, 1317-1326.

Stephen C. Cheng, Michael Gattrell, Thierry Guena and Barry MacDougall. The Electrochemical Oxidation of Alkaline Copper Cyanide Solutions. Electrochimica Acta 2002, 47, 3245-3256.

Michael Gattrell, Stephen C. Cheng, Thierry Guena and Barry MacDougall. Cyanide ISE Measurements in the Presence of Copper. Jounral of Electroanalytical Chemistry 2001, 508, 97-104.

Stephen C. Cheng, Christine A. Blaine, Michael G. Hill and Kent R. Mann. Electrochemical and Infrared Spectroelectrochemical Studies of the Electrocatalytic Reduction of Carbon Dioxide Reduction by [Ir2(dimen)4]2+(dimen = 1,8-diisocyano-p-menthane). Inorganic Chemistry 1996, 35, 7704-7708.