Sabina Maskey

Sabina Maskey

Assistant Teaching Professor of Chemistry


Room:FB 415

About Me

I have been here at Ball State University since Fall 2021. Before I was at US Naval Academy as Assistant Research Professor then as Adjunct Chemistry Professor teaching chemistry to midshipmen. In my free time, I will either be crocheting or knitting or reading or looking for crystals to add in my collection.

My College Experience

I did my M.S from Tribhuvan University, Nepal in Organic Chemistry then my Ph.D. from Clemson University, South Carolina in Physical Chemistry/Polymer Physics. I always planned to do my doctorate since I was in high school-it changed from Physics to Chemistry as I found that I loved Chemistry more. My research was focused on studying polymeric systems and surrogate fuels using molecular dynamics (MD) simulations.

What I have Learned?

During my graduate studies, I did summer internships at Sandia National Lab, New Mexico and thought I would like to continue in research field .  At the US Naval Academy, I mentored several midshipmen in their research which made me realize that I enjoy working with students and teaching more. One thing I learned is that do what makes you happy and what you enjoy most. Never hesitate to ask questions or ask for help.

Course Schedule
Course No. Section Times Days Location
Org Chem Life Scienc 230 11 1000 - 1050 M W F FB, room 544
Organic Laboratory 1 241 4 0930 - 1020 T FB, room 544
Organic Laboratory 1 241 4 1021 - 1220 T FB, room 556
Organic Laboratory 1 241 7 1400 - 1450 R FB, room 544
Organic Laboratory 1 241 7 1451 - 1650 R FB, room 546
General Chemistry 1 111 54 1100 - 1150 W FB, room 340
General Chemistry 1 111 54 1151 - 1350 W FB, room 367
General Chemistry 1 111 54 0900 - 0950 M W F FB, room 340