CHEDSunday, March 25, 2007

7:30 PM-9:30 PM Hyatt Regency Chicago -- Riverside Center, Poster
General Posters
Organizer, Presiding:Richard W. Schwenz
"Rain Check Network": A national outreach project
Mary Hagen LeFaivre
National Chemistry Week: The “Extreme” way to celebrate
William F. Carroll Jr., Tracy A. Halmi
CHED regional meetings initiative
Morton Z. Hoffman
Volunteer engagement and recognition opportunities of the Committee on Community Activities
Carmen Valdez Gauthier, Paula G. Fox
High school nanoscience outreach program
C. Steven Joiner, Sarah H. Tolbert
Making the nanoscale larger than life: University of Wisconsin-Madison NSEC education and outreach
Andrew E. Greenberg, Janice M. Hall Tomasik, Diane Nutbrown, Caroline Pharr, Kenneth A. Robertson, J. W. Moore
Chemists celebrate Earth Day 2007: Recycling – Chemistry Can!
Matthew A. Fisher, Andy Jorgensen, Kara M. Allen
Your home—It's All Built on Chemistry: Highlights from National Chemistry Week 2006
Robert M. de Groot, Michael Sheets, Tracy A. Halmi, Kara M. Allen
Cognitive load analysis of tests from the ACS Examinations Institute
Karen Knaus, Kristen Murphy, John Picione, Thomas Holme
Electronic delivery of ACS exams assessment materials
Thomas Holme
Investigating item order effects in ACS exams
Kristin Affeldt, Thomas Holme
Looking for persistent misconceptions in multiple choice exams
Kristen Murphy, John Picione, Karen Knaus, Thomas A. Holme
The construction and implementation of IMMEX problems in organic chemistry
John Picione, Kristen Murphy, Thomas Holme
REEL project at Wright State University
Suzanne K. Lunsford, Nicole L. Speelman
Research exposure for undergraduates: Projects in the general chemistry and organic chemistry laboratories
Larry A. Scheich, Jonathon S. Russel
The impact of GK-12 participation on career choices of chemistry undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral students at UCLA
Arlene A. Russell, Smadar Gilboa
The application of female design style on chemistry e-learning course in Taiwan
Zangyuan Own
Enhancing the Science Resource Center
Peter Iles, Ron Valcarce, Luther Giddings, Shiela Lennberg, Jared Brewer, Paul Murphy
Consensus policy statement on crystallography education and training
Cheryl L. Klein Stevens, Katherine A. Kantardjieff
Cyber-enabled access for high school classrooms into national user facilities: Enhancing education and research in environmental chemistry
Mirza I. Beg, Paul Northrup, Scott Bronson, Ken White, Jen Clodius, Adriana Adler, Janet Kaczmarek, Richard J. Reeder
Experiences from the Merck/AAAS undergraduate science research program award
Marina C. Koether, Jennifer L. Powers, Heather Sutton, Dale Vogelien
Girls raised in Tennessee science (GRITS): Planning and preparing the future STEM workforce
Judith M. Iriarte-Gross, Karen Claud
PR2EPS: Preparation, recruitment, retention and excellence in the physical sciences
John C. Schaumloffel, Hugh Gallagher, Paul Bischoff, Sunil Labroo, Nancy Bachman
Laboratory modernization initiative at Seton Hill University
Susan M Yochum
Chemistry of Percy Lavon Julian
Jeffrey A. Hansen, Samuel S. Rund, Annissa J. Huhn
Programs supporting the advancement of chemistry education
Daniel R Eiler, Brittany J Scheen
Big Red's summer chemistry camp: A summer camp for 5th and 6th grade students
Lester L. Pesterfield, Alicia L. McDaniel
GCSU's chemistry construction: “Your Home—It's All Built on Chemistry”
David Nguyen, Jack H. Owens Jr., Lindsey Peaden, Candace Rowell, Rosalie A. Richards, Catrena H. Lisse
Unique educational opportunities in the chemical sciences with Thailand universities
Gary D. Christian, Kate Grudpan
Women in Chemistry Alliance
Lindsey M. Peaden, Candace Rowell, Catrena H. Lisse, Rosalie A. Richards
Evaluation of the “What's Green About Biodiesel?” middle school curricular unit
April N. French, Joseph A. Heppert, Claudia Bode
Promoting conceptual understanding through inquiry-based instruction
Anne L. Kern, Mary Sande, Gillian Roehrig
Inquiry-based lesson plans: A workshop for middle-school science teachers
William J Donovan, Kim Calvo, Stephen Horvath, Donna Turner, Diana Williams
Good, bad, and ugly: Implementing inquiry-based experiments into a non-science majors chemistry laboratory course
Donna K. Howell
Inquiry-based teaching: Lessons learned in the laboratory
Tim Ewald, William R. Winchester
Inquiry-based learning in the organic chemistry laboratory
Allen M. Schoffstall, Barbara A. Gaddis
Sowing the seeds of inquiry: Engaging students in interdisciplinary projects in science and mathematics
Lynn M. O'Brien, Cheri Boyd, Beverly Brown, William Lammela
An early insight into an academic career
Yoriel Marcano, Ana Fraiman
Use of retired high school faculty in the college science education curriculum
Sharon Lee McCarthy, Rita Koziarski
Help! My dog has been dognapped: A fun CSI laboratory for elementary and middle school students
Bernadette A. Hernandez-Sanchez, Saskia H. King, Christina M. Baros, Timothy J. Boyle, William H. Hammetter
Chemistry of Crime Scene Investigation: A laboratory-intensive course for non-science majors
Rebecca W. Corbin, Brian K. Mohney
Whose science is it anyway? Models of science according to chemistry students, faculty, and teachers
Laura M. Kennedy, Ellen J. Yezierski, Deborah G. Herrington
Biochemistry for liberal arts: A personal learning experience
Beatrix Büdy
Chemistry of beer and brewing: A laboratory-based course for non-science majors
Patricia A. Brletic
A freshman course linking biomimetic engineering and biodiversity
Gary P. Halada
Learning in an organic research group: Nested mentoring in a cognitive apprenticeship setting
Randall E. Robinson, Janet Bond-Robinson, Amy Stucky-Preece
Molecular Architecture: A writing-intensive, non-majors' course focusing on molecular structure and spectroscopy
Perry S. Corbin
Teaching organic synthesis: A comparative case study approach
David A. Vosburg
Modeling an SN2 reaction
Peter Iles, Ron Valcarce, Luther Giddings, Jared A Brewer, Paul Murphy, George Russell, Shiela Lennberg, Amber Tuckett, Jennifer Williams, Alison Harvey, Meg Ahern, Bowman Blake, Long Truong, Jens Timothy, Megan Fredrickson
Which way did they go? Undergraduate students' problem-solving routes in organic synthesis
Nathan J. Barrows, Randall E. Robinson, Kristin N. Holmes, Janet Bond-Robinson
Rotation and visualization performance tasks in organic chemistry
Provi M. Mayo, David P. Cartrette
Change in structure: Understanding student attrition in a spiral organic chemistry curriculum
Nathaniel P. Grove, James W. Hershberger, Stacey Lowery Bretz
Undergraduate organic laboratory: Summary of current practices
Judith A. Moroz, Kurt W. Field
Analysis of 2-D representations of substituted methane: Representations from art-related fields of study
Danielle Hall
Can the stylus be mightier than the model set? Using tablet PCs to teach sophomore organic chemistry
Corey E. Stilts
Visualizing waste: Green chemistry lecture demonstration of e-factor
Irvin J. Levy
Studies of student understandings of solution
Donald J. Wink, Stephanie A. Cunningham, Sarah K. Brennan, Meryl Bertenthal, Susan R. Goldman
The alchemist apprentice: Using reality television as a model for teaching GC/MS
Karen L. Steelman
Considerations for converting a freshman majors lab into a majors/honors lab
Nick Flynn
Crossing traditional boundaries with an integrated laboratory curriculum
Maria J. Schroeder, Debra K. Dillner, Robert F. Ferrante, Jeffrey P. Fitzgerald, William B. Heuer
Patterns in safety programs: Vertical integration and blame game
Susan D. Wiediger
Strategies for teaching blind students chemistry in a mainstreamed classroom
Cary Supalo, Dr. Lillian A. Rankel
Data-driven exercises for chemistry: A new digital collection
W. Tandy Grubbs
Writing as a tool for teaching and learning organic chemistry
W. Gary Hollis Jr.
Development of a rubric for grading essay exam questions in chemistry
Heather M. Sklenicka
Do high school chemistry students write effective laboratory reports?
Nahyr D. Rovira-Figueroa, Mary B. Nakhleh
Implementing a web-based math tutorial in general chemistry
M. Danielle Barker, Brett A. Barker, Joseph A. Heppert
Effects of feedback with Online Web-based Learning (OWL) in first semester general chemistry
Tara L. Sarvela, Vickie M. Williamson, Ronald D. Macfarlane
Will large lecture halls "click" in a new science building?
Gary Wulfsberg
Ethics scenarios in the senior seminar
Jimmie M. Purser
Chemistry for the community: Lead levels in the city
Scott A. Schlipp
Investigation of the relationship between student chemistry-related attitudes and other non-cognitive variables with student studying practices
Hannah C Robus, Loretta L. Jones
Linked cohort courses: Making academic connections between general chemistry and political science
Alison B. Moore
Mapping the dimensions of the undergraduate chemistry laboratory: Faculty perspectives on curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment
Marcy Towns, Michael E. Fay, Stacey Lowery Bretz
Reflective learners and student achievement
Bilin P. Tsai
Discovering periodicity with a conductivity activity
Jerry C. Easdon, Kenneth E Garrison
Preparation and enzymatic hydrolysis of a library of esters
Traci L. Smith, Elizabeth M. Sanford
Bomb calorimetry of common candy bars: An undergraduate physical chemistry laboratory at Franklin College
Lindell Ward, Steven McCoy
Carbon dioxide absorbers: An engaging context for stoichiometry in the general chemistry laboratory
Thomas M. Ticich
Integrating spectroscopy, liquid chromatography and biochemistry in the instrumental analysis laboratory curriculum
Miles Koppang, Benjamin Lamprecht, Pat Sees, Dean Mormann, Jason Polreis
Integration of NMR spectroscopy throughout the undergraduate chemistry curriculum
Daniel F. Nogales, D. Tim Anstine, Jerry D. Harris, Jennifer Chase
Revisiting the Evelyn effect
James Currie, Melissa Fiedler, Rachel Anderson
Ruthenium indenylidene complexes for olefin metathesis: Microscale experiments for the undergraduate inorganic/organometallic laboratories
Ted M. Pappenfus, David L Hermanson, Daniel P. Ekerholm, Stacie L. Lilliquist, Megan L. Mekoli
Desktop experiments for a transition metal chemistry course
Lisa M. Dillenback, Kristin Cederquist, David A. Fleming, Christine D. Keating
I swear they are not that boring: The rare earth elements and the modern inorganic course
Barry L. Westcott
Electrochromic prussian blue: Application in display devices
Derek Keefer, George Lisensky
Using student laboratory data to discover substitution and elimination mechanisms
Frank J. Creegan
General strategy for constructing chiral molecules of tetrahedral (T), octahedral (O) or icosahedral (I) symmetry: Solutions for an open problem in stereochemistry
Yan-Yeung Luk, Sri Kamesh Narasimhan, Xiaoying Lu, Preeti Sejwal
Materials chemistry projects in the descriptive inorganic chemistry laboratory
Karen S. Brewer
Nanotechnology in the inorganic chemistry laboratory: Synthesis of inverse opal photonic crystals
Lindsey N. Hamilton, Eric J. Voss
Design-based development of a biochemistry laboratory exercise for undergraduates
Becki Campanaro, Scott R. Lefler, Janet Bond-Robinson
Introducing physical analytical chemistry across the curriculum using fluorescence instrumentation and the case study approach: Nut poisoning (or too much of a good thing); fluorescence determination of Se in Brazil nuts
Peter M. Schaber, Lori A. Shepherd, Harvey A. Pines, Judith E. Larkin, Elizabeth E. Wierchowski
Teaching color theory with reflectance curves
Michael J. Welsh
Neat NMR spectroscopy for large undergraduate laboratories
David E. Alonso, Peter A. Wong
Relative reactivity of alkenes and alkynes toward bromination: A project-based first semester organic lab
Francis M Rossi
Light in the chemistry laboratory
Estel D. Sprague
Testing the Boltzmann distribution
Roger W. Kugel
Isomerization of menthone: An NMR study
David E. Alonso
New bioorganic laboratory experiments: Vancomycin-binding tripeptides and proline-catalyzed asymmetric oxidations
Helen L. Fitzmaurice, David A. Vosburg
Semi-quantitative powder X-ray diffraction in an instrumental analysis laboratory
Isaac R. Corn, Masangu Shabangi, Eric J. Voss
Decarboxylation of N-carboxy-2-imidazolidone: An organo-physical chemistry experience for the undergraduate laboratory
Rosa E Rivera-Hainaj
Aldol addition and condensation reactions: The effect of conditions on reaction pathway
R. David Crouch, Amie M. Richardson, Jessica L. Howard, Rebecca L. Harker, Kathryn H. Barker
Effect of tartrazine on Cytochrome P450 isoenzymes present in CHO cells
Camille Lugo-Esclavón, Lizette Santos
Synthesis of silver and copper nanoparticles
Sally Solomon, Mozghan Bahadory
Reaction of single-walled carbon nanotubes with singlet oxygen
Mark A. Hamon, Miles Allen Sugar, Katherine C. Tumminello
Adaptation of phase vanishing bromination of alkenes and alkynes to undergraduate organic chemistry laboratory
Veljko Dragojlovic
Raman spectroscopic characterization of gem stones
Leanne M. Pasquini, Camille Y. Jones, David G. Bailey, Timothy E. Elgren
Simple method to generate a theoretical titration curve on a spreadsheet
Hiroshi Mukai
Integrating technology in the laboratory: Medicinal chemistry 409
Fernanda M. Burke, Kelly L. Damm, Marissa H. Waldman, Konstantinos Ghirtis, Ronald W. Woodard, Mustapha A. Beleh

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The 233rd ACS National Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 25-29, 2007