Cynthia Lamberty


Instructor in Chemistry

785-238-8010 x712

Educational background
Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry
Bachelor of Arts in Biology, University of Minnesota-Morris, 1988
ABD, Chemistry, Louisiana State University, 1993

Cynthia Lamberty taught chemistry to college students for 16+ years at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana. She mentored several students on their academic journey, and she supervised student research in a variety of areas: Mercury Uptake by Crawfish, The Chemistry of Paints and Pigments, Can You Get Drunk from Hand Sanitizers?, and Use of Molasses as Oil-field Agents. Lamberty provided professional development workshops (independent and with others) for local middle school and high school teachers. She was on the lead team that worked to attain American Chemical Society accreditation for the chemistry program. In 2008, Lamberty obtained a $29,793 grant to convert the Organic laboratory class to all Green Chemistry.

Lamberty is originally from the upper Midwest (South Dakota, Iowa and Nebraska) and is excited about being back in the Midwest after 20+ years of living in South Louisiana.