CHEDMonday, March 26, 2007

8:00 PM-10:00 PM Hyatt Regency Chicago -- Riverside Center, Sci-Mix
Sci-Mix
Organizer, Presiding:Cathy Middlecamp
 Biochemistry for liberal arts: A personal learning experience
Beatrix Büdy
 Carbon dioxide absorbers: An engaging context for stoichiometry in the general chemistry laboratory
Thomas M. Ticich
 CHED regional meetings initiative
Morton Z. Hoffman
 Chemistry for the community: Lead levels in the city
Scott A. Schlipp
 Chemistry of Percy Lavon Julian
Jeffrey A. Hansen, Samuel S. Rund, Annissa J. Huhn
 Chemists celebrate Earth Day 2007: Recycling – Chemistry Can!
Matthew A. Fisher, Andy Jorgensen, Kara M. Allen
 Cognitive load analysis of tests from the ACS Examinations Institute
Karen Knaus, Kristen Murphy, John Picione, Thomas Holme
 Crossing traditional boundaries with an integrated laboratory curriculum
Maria J. Schroeder, Debra K. Dillner, Robert F. Ferrante, Jeffrey P. Fitzgerald, William B. Heuer
 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
 Evaluation of the “What's Green About Biodiesel?” middle school curricular unit
April N. French, Joseph A. Heppert, Claudia Bode
 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
 Girls raised in Tennessee science (GRITS): Planning and preparing the future STEM workforce
Judith M. Iriarte-Gross, Karen Claud
 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
 High school nanoscience outreach program
C. Steven Joiner, Sarah H. Tolbert
 Inquiry-based lesson plans: A workshop for middle-school science teachers
William J Donovan, Kim Calvo, Stephen Horvath, Donna Turner, Diana Williams
 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
 National Chemistry Week: The “Extreme” way to celebrate
William F. Carroll Jr., Tracy A. Halmi
 Programs supporting the advancement of chemistry education
Daniel R Eiler, Brittany J Scheen
 Studies of student understandings of solution
Donald J. Wink, Stephanie A. Cunningham, Sarah K. Brennan, Meryl Bertenthal, Susan R. Goldman
 Teaching organic synthesis: A comparative case study approach
David A. Vosburg
 The impact of GK-12 participation on career choices of chemistry undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral students at UCLA
Arlene A. Russell, Smadar Gilboa
 Use of retired high school faculty in the college science education curriculum
Sharon Lee McCarthy, Rita Koziarski
 Volunteer engagement and recognition opportunities of the Committee on Community Activities
Carmen Valdez Gauthier, Paula G. Fox
 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
 Whose science is it anyway? Models of science according to chemistry students, faculty, and teachers
Laura M. Kennedy, Ellen J. Yezierski, Deborah G. Herrington
 Will large lecture halls "click" in a new science building?
Gary Wulfsberg
 Women in Chemistry Alliance
Lindsey M. Peaden, Candace Rowell, Catrena H. Lisse, Rosalie A. Richards
 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

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