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  1. How can we effectively improve the mathematical capabilities of students of chemistry?

    Erick Castellón,  John F. Ogilvie

    05/10/18 to 05/12/18
  2. LeaRning R in ChemistRy at Reed College

    Danielle Cass, Department of Chemistry, Reed College, Reed, OR.
    Chester Ismay, Data Camp, https://www.datacamp.com/, New York, NY.

    05/07/18 to 05/09/18
  3. An open-source, web-based math solver for solving multi-variable equilibrium problems in general chemistry

    Natalie Ulrich, College of Arts and Sciences, Maryville University, St. Louis, MO.
    Thomas Spudich, College of Arts and Sciences, Maryville University, St. Louis, MO.
    Eileen Kowalski, Department of Chemistry and Life Science, United States Military Academy, West Point, NY.
    Melinda Z. Kalainoff, Department of Chemistry and Life Science, United States Military Academy, West Point, NY.

    05/03/18 to 05/05/18
  4. Using data-driven activities with ChemEd X Data to practice structure-property relationships in General Chemistry

    Xavier Prat-Resina, Department of Chemistry, University of Minnesota Rochester, Rochester, MN.

    04/30/18 to 05/02/18
  5. PQtutor, a quasi-intelligent tutoring system for quantitative problems in General Chemistry

    Karsten Theis, Department of Chemical and Physical Chemistry, Westfield State University, Westfield, MA.

    04/26/18 to 04/28/18
  6. Mathematical Thinking through Simulations: Combustion Lab Stoichiometry

    Tanya Gupta, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD

    04/23/18 to 04/25/18
  7. Abstracts
    04/23/18 to 06/09/18
  8. CCCE Members
  9. Addressing Math Deficits With Cognitive Science

    Eric A. Nelson

    11/15/17 to 11/23/17
  10. Applied Mathematics for Chemistry Majors

    Rachel Neville1, Amber T. Krummel2, Nancy E. Levinger2, Patrick D. Shipman3

    1 University of Arizona, Department of Mathematics, Tucson, Arizona, United States
    2 Colorado State University, Department of Chemistry, Fort Collins, Colorado, United States
    3 Colorado State University, Department of Mathematics, Fort Collins, Colorado, United States

    11/15/17 to 11/23/17

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