Gregory Holland

 GregoryP. Holland

Gregory P. Holland

  • Courses 2
  • Reviews 39
May 3, 2018
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Textbook used: Yes
Would take again: Yes
For Credit: Yes

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Good

He isn't as terrible as people say, he's just a little faster on his lectures. Going to his office hours helps as he is good at helping you understand the content. He has easy tests and they're like sample exams. Putting in the work will get you an A.

Jun 16, 2020
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Textbook used: No
Would take again: Yes
For Credit: Yes

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Difficulty
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Poor

I thought that Professor Holland was fine. Chemistry 200 was much harder than 100 for me. And the transition to online classes made it even harder. Although attending lecture wasn't mandatory, I found it more helpful. This course needs dedication for an A.

Biography

Gregory P Holland is a/an Instructional Faculty in the California State University department at California State University

San Diego State University - Chemistry


Resume

  • 2015

    San Diego State University

    Tempe

    AZ

    Arizona State University

    Greater San Diego Area

    Associate Professor

    San Diego State University

  • 2006

    Arizona State University

    Tempe

    AZ

    Research Professor

    Arizona State University

  • 2003

    Gregory

    Holland

    Sandia National Laboratories

    Albuquerque

    NM

    Postdoctoral Fellow

    Sandia National Laboratories

  • 1998

    Ph.D.

    Chemistry

    University of Wyoming

  • 1993

    B.S.

    Chemistry

    State University of New York at Buffalo

  • Nanomaterials

    NMR

    UV/Vis

    NMR Spectroscopy

    Protein Chemistry

    Physical Chemistry

    Powder X-ray Diffraction

    Spectroscopy

    Physics

    NMR spectroscopy

    Characterization

    Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)

    Nanotechnology

    Chemistry

    Materials Science

    Holland

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