Kenneth P. Blemings is a mastermind at memorizing.
Blemings, a professor of nutritional biochemistry in the Division of Animal and Nutritional Sciences at the WVU Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design, is well-known for his ability to learn about 150 different names each semester for his AGBI 410 class.
“He deals impartially with students, provides honest feedback on performance, and suggests alternative practices for those who seek improvement,” said John Barnard, a medical student who earned a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry at WVU. “The strategy that he employed gave me the skills to become a self-directed learner and highlighted the relevance of biochemistry to the working world.”
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