Six members of the IUP Chemistry Department presented their research findings at the Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, the premier conference for chemical educators in the United States, on August 3-7, 2014.
The conference, held at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, MI, is designed for those who teach chemistry at all levels: secondary school science teachers, undergraduate and graduate students, and post-secondary chemistry faculty.
The conference provides anyone teaching chemistry opportunities for interacting with like-minded colleagues in both formal and informal settings. We are excited to see our faculty sharing their knowledge of chemical principles and research!
Shout out to Laura Fox (BS ’11). It was great catching up with you at the conference!
"Brewpub and brewery operations: Mixing science
"Bringing student-student interactions online: Computer-monitored online discussions of intermolecular forces"
"'What I did and what I learned': Improving student ability to communicate about laboratory experiences with just one sentence"
"Crash landing the flipped classroom: When flipping falters"
"Creating and delivering a highly interactive online version of 'The Forensic Chemistry of CSI'"
"Chemical inventory for teaching and research"
"Survey of industrial organic chemists: Curricular needs of BS chemists"
"Online assessment tools for organic chemistry"