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Beatrix Aukszi, Ph.D.

Beatrix Aukszi

NSU's Halmos College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Chemistry and Physics

Honors Courses 

  • CHEM 2400H Organic Chemistry I
  • CHEM 2410H Organic Chemistry II
  • HONR 1500 Honors Reading Seminar
  • HONR 4990 Independent Study: Honors Thesis Research
  • Honors Independent Study in Chemistry

Honors Engagement

  • Undergraduate Student Symposium
  • Honors Research Roundtable
  • Honors Information Sessions at Shark Preview
  • Regularly attends Honors College events

Research Focus

  • Organic Chemistry
  • Chemical Education
  • Metal-Mediated Coupling Reactions
  • Bipyridine Synthesis
  • Phospho-mapping of Proteins

Beatrix Aukszi earned her Ph.D. in Biological Chemistry at Florida Atlantic University in 2008 and joined the faculty at NSU the same year. She brings a wide variety of expertise stemming from her practical experiences of overseeing the operations of the General Chemistry laboratories at Florida Atlantic University for six years, as well as her background in Education, supported by her Master of Science in Teaching with a Chemistry Focus, as well as her dual bachelor's degrees in Chemistry and Education.

Aukszi is an organic chemist with a focus on biological applications. She teaches organic chemistry courses and has been teaching honors courses for over five years. Aukszi is an active participant in many honors events, regularly serves as a faculty speaker at Shark Preview events representing the Honors College, and was selected as the honors Spring Banquet faculty speaker in 2018. She has mentored honors students on multiple independent study research projects, resulting in presentations at local and national conferences, and guided students in writing and defending their honors theses.

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