CHEDWednesday, March 25, 2009

8:30 AM-12:15 PM Marriott City Center -- Capitol A, Oral
Green and Sustainable Chemistry Education: Preparing Students for Challenging and Emerging Careers
Organizers:Edward J. Brush
Cheryl Schnitzer
Presiding:Lucille A. Benedict
Keith E. Peterman
8:30 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:35 AMCosta Rica: An ideal natural laboratory for investigating climate change and sustainability issues
Keith E. Peterman
8:55 AMField trips open the eyes of non-science majors to the benefits of understanding science: A student perspective
Benjamin M Heyler, Keith E. Peterman
9:15 AMOnce upon a curriculum: Greening of general chemistry at Arizona Western College
Scott J. Donnelly
9:35 AMIntermission
9:45 AMGreening up analytical chemistry: Preparing students for a greener graduate school or industrial career
Lucille A. Benedict
10:05 AMGreen chemistry and the Human Issues Studies Program at Edgewood College
James G. Goll, Julie Haebig, Jerrid Dokey, Tyler Duellman, Daniel Oryall, Meshel Mork
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10:45 AMIntermission
10:55 AMAn undergraduate's perspective on biodiesel research
Eric K Dombrowski, Cheryl Schnitzer, Kristin Jackson, Hao Trieu
11:15 AMDeveloping research skills and work ethic toward our future aspirations through undergraduate research on biodiesel
Amanda Bragan, Julianne Martell, Edward J. Brush
11:35 AMHow do we weave sustainability and green technologies as a prominent theme into chemistry education and into the spring 2010 ACS national meeting?
Michael C. Cann
11:55 AMDiscussion

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The 237th ACS National Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, March 22-26, 2009