CHEDMonday, August 20, 2007

8:30 AM-12:00 PM Seaport -- Flagship Room, Oral
NSF Catalyzed Innovations in the Undergraduate Curriculum
Organizer:Cindy Burkhardt
Organizer, Presiding:Robert K. Boggess
8:30 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:35 AMPicturing to learn: Visually thinking and expressing science as a powerful tool for both teachers and students
Felice Frankel, Donald R. Sadoway, Rebecca Rosenberg, Joanne Larrabee, Ciara Muldoon, Helen Haste
8:55 AMLUCID: Measuring and improving learning outcomes in general chemistry
Troy Wolfskill, David M. Hanson
9:15 AMService learning in chemistry: A three year assessment
Anna G. Cavinato
9:35 AMIntermission
9:45 AMEnhancing the undergraduate laboratory experience by combining an environmental focus, instrumental methods and service-learning
Susan Sutheimer
10:05 AMInterdisciplinary teaching: Using the study of sprouts to teach mathematics and science at a liberal arts college
William Lammela, Beverly Brown, Cheri Boyd, Lynn M. O'Brien
10:25 AMICP-MS analysis of lead contamination in soil: Integrating research into first semester general chemistry
Dana Richter-Egger, Neal Grandgenett, James Hagen, Frederic Laquer, Robert Shuster
10:45 AMIntermission
10:55 AMImplementation of a virtual control room in the Integrated Science, Business and Technology Program
William L. Weaver, Marsha W. Timmerman, Nancy L. Jones
11:15 AMIntegrating computation, independent inquiry, and scientific presentations with the undergraduate physical chemistry laboratory
Carey K. Johnson, Jill E. Headrick, David L. DuBose, Cindy L. Berrie, Joseph A. Heppert
11:35 AMIdentification of bacteria using MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry: An undergraduate laboratory exercise
Walter A. Patton
11:55 AMConcluding Remarks

NSF Catalyzed Innovations in the Undergraduate Curriculum -- Next Session

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The 234th ACS National Meeting, Boston, MA, August 19-23, 2007