Department of Chemistry and Physical Sciences



Timothy M. Trygstad, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Chemistry
Chair, Undergraduate Admissions Committee


                        Office: Science Center 3304
                        Phone:  (218) 723-6138
                        Fax:  (218) 733-2252
                        E-mail:  trygstad@css.edu
                        Address:  1200 Kenwood Ave.
                                         Duluth, MN 55811

 
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Fall 2014 Schedule



 Dr. Trygstad's Courses:

CHM 1010:  Everyday Chemistry

CHM 1020:  Gen. & Org. Chem. for Health Sci.

CHM 1070:  General Chemistry II Tutorial

CHM 1110:  General Chemistry I

CHM 1120:  General Chemistry II

CHM 2200:  Organic Chemistry I

CHM 2210:  Organic Chemistry II

CHM 3220:  Intermediate Organic Chemistry

CHM 4060:  Undergraduate Research

CHM 4999:  Research Paper & Presentation
Periodic Table

IR Absorbance Bands

1H NMR Chemical Shifts

13C NMR Chemical Shifts

Chemistry Study/Help Links
Dr. Trygstad's Academic Background:

Dr. Trygstad's post-secondary education began at St. Olaf College, where he earned his B.A. as a double major in Chemistry and Biology in May of 2002.  He then attended graduate school in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities, earning his Ph.D. in the summer of 2007.  While at the University of Minnesota, he conducted research focused on natural products organic synthesis under the direction of Prof. Craig J. Forsyth, Ph.D.  His Ph.D. Thesis is entitled:  Versatile Synthesis of the C3-C14 Domain of 7-Deoxyokadaic Acid and Strategic Analogues.

He joined the Department of Chemistry and Physical Sciences at The College of St. Scholastica as an Assistant Professor in August of 2007.  He subsequently was granted tenure and promoted to Associate Professor in August of 2013.  His current research focuses on the development of undergraduate organic chemistry instructional laboratory experiments, with particular focus on substitution reactions of allylic systems and chalcone enolate chemistry.



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