CHEDThursday, March 29, 2007

1:00 PM-4:05 PM McCormick Place North -- Room N227A, Level 2, Oral
Modernizing the Undergraduate Laboratory with Research and Instrumentation
Organizer, Presiding:Alexander Grushow
1:00 PMIntroductory Remarks
1:05 PMDesigning a chemistry building to increase student performance in the laboratory
Bilin P. Tsai
1:25 PMModern chemical instrumentation in the introductory chemistry laboratory: Examples of multi-week inquiry-based projects that illustrate the power of advanced instrumentation
Steven M. Drew
1:45 PMPenn State's advanced synthetic organic and inorganic lab course
Katherine M. Masters
2:05 PMIntermission
2:15 PMIncorporation of authentic chemical separation research
Yuegang Zuo
2:35 PMOrganic chemistry lab at Penn State (main campus)
Katherine M. Masters
2:55 PMModernizing the undergraduate laboratory with instrumentation: How much is too much?
John C. Schaumloffel
3:15 PMIntermission
3:25 PMAcquisition of instrumentation at a PUI: The story of successful back-to-back NSF MRI grants at CCSU
Guy Crundwell, Barry L. Westcott, Neil M. Glagovich, Thomas R. Burkholder
3:45 PMMeeting the state-of-the-practice in chemical instrumentation
Alexander Grushow

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