Sessional Instructor of Chemistry
Neufeld Science Centre 151
+1 (604) 513-2121 ext. 3777

Department(s) or Program(s)


Rose lives in Abbotsford with her husband and children. She enjoys teaching labs at TWU and gets especially excited about developing new experiments, mentoring student instructors and beautiful NMR spectra. Rose is always interested to see how her chemistry lab skills can be applied to gardening and cooking.

Research & Scholarship

During her undergraduate degree Rose did research work under Dr. Friesen that resulted in a poster presentation at the Murdock Charitable Trust Undergraduate Research Conference in 2009 titled “Methodology for Protecting and Deprotecting Triaryl Phosphines”. She expanded on this topic to complete an undergraduate thesis presentation within the chemistry department in 2010. After graduation Rose did research work for a small company related to organic synthesis for novel applications. Recently Rose has been working with the local company Nutriva Group to provide some analytical analysis to accompany their dairy trials. Through this research Rose supervised thesis work in 2019 that resulted in the presentation titled “Determining the Effects of Varying Sources of Bypass Fats in Bovine Feed on the Volatile Organic Compound Profile of the Resulting Milk, Determined by SPME-GC/MS.”


Bachelor of Science, TWU 2010

Awards & Honors

NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Award, Summer 2009

Affiliations & Memberships

College Chemistry Canada


  • Chemical analysis using IR, NMR, HPLC, GC/MS or MALDI-TOF
  • SPME-GC/MS analysis of milk samples
  • Undergraduate lab development
  • Mentorship of student lab instructors and lab assistants

Courses Taught

  • Chem 198
  • Chem 199
  • Chem 221 Lab
  • Chem 222 Lab
  • Chem 240 Lab
  • Chem 370 Lab
  • Chem 357 Lab
  • Chem 341 Lab
  • Chem 321 Lab