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  1. Engaging Liberal Arts Students Beyond Introductory Chemistry: A New Course in Nanotechnology

    Lon A. Porter, Jr.
    Department of Chemistry, Wabash College, Crawfordsville, IN 47933, USA

    09/30/07 to 10/06/07
  2. The Natural Science of the Caribbean

    Jennifer Spillman
    University of the Virgin Islands, St. Croix

    09/23/07 to 09/29/07
  3. Integrating Computational Chemistry (Molecular Modeling) into the General Chemistry Curriculum

    Robert Gotwals
    gotwals@ncssm.edu

    09/16/07 to 09/22/07
  4. Chemistry in the Natural Sciences

    David W. Pratt, Chemistry, and Peter F. M. Koehler, Physics and Astronomy
    University of Pittsburgh.

    09/09/07 to 09/15/07
  5. 2007 Fall ConfChem: Meeting the Challenges of Teaching Chemistry for General Education Students
    09/09/07 to 10/20/07
  6. Expanding the role of the organic chemistry teacher through podcasting, screencasting, blogs, wikis and games

    Jean-Claude Bradley
    Drexel University

    06/29/06 to 06/30/06
  7. Teaching chemistry with Moodle

    Fred Senese
    Frostburg State University

    05/26/06 to 05/28/06
  8. Improving Safety Comprehension Through Hypertext: The MSDS HyperGlossary

    Robert Toreki
    Interactive Learning Paradigms, Inc.

    Robert E. Belford
    University of Arkansas at Little Rock

    06/23/06 to 06/25/06
  9. GEMs for Chemists: A Community-Based Approach to Develop Greener Education Materials

    Julie A. Haack
    Department of Chemistry, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403
    Email: jhaack@uoregon.edu

    Irvin J. Levy
    Departments of Chemistry and Computer Science, Gordon College, Wenham, MA 01984
    Email: irv.levy@gordon.edu

    06/19/06 to 06/22/06
  10. WebMO: Web-based, state-of-the-art, and cost effective computational chemistry

    William F. Polik
    Jordan R. Schmidt
    Hope College

    06/16/06 to 06/18/06

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