CHEDThursday, August 20, 2009

8:00 AM-11:15 AM Grand Hyatt -- Arlington, Oral
NSF Catalyzed Innovations in the Undergraduate Curriculum
Organizer:Cindy Burkhardt
Organizer, Presiding:Robert K. Boggess
8:00 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:10 AMDeveloping and implementing an organic first curriculum
Ross Jilk, Michael A Kahlow, Barbara S Nielsen, David B. Rusterholz
8:30 AMCome for the content, stay for the community: The development of a social network and digital library for improving inorganic chemistry teaching
Joanne L. Stewart, Barbara A. Reisner, Hilary J. Eppley, Ethan Benatan, Jezmynne Dene, Margret J. Geselbracht, Elizabeth R Jamieson, Adam R. Johnson, Lori A. Watson, Burke Scott Williams
8:50 AMImplementation of an electronic grading system to allow the use of guided inquiry methods in large classes
Jeffrey R. Pribyl, M. Hadley, John A. Kaliski
9:10 AMIntermission
9:20 AMLighting up general chemistry with solar fuel cells and photosynthesis labs
Scott J. Donnelly
9:40 AMIntroduction and use of modern, rapid microplate reader spectrophotometers in the quantitative analysis laboratory
Christopher P. Palmer, Earle R. Adams, Holly Thompson
10:00 AMMultidisciplinary laboratory exercises in art and theatre for color science
Maria C. Gelabert
10:20 AMIntermission
10:30 AMApplying microwaves to green methods in inorganic synthesis
Kurt R. Birdwhistell, D. Andrew Knight
10:50 AMTurning one curriculum proposal into another
Edward P Zovinka, Rose Ann Clark
11:10 AMConcluding Remarks

NSF Catalyzed Innovations in the Undergraduate Curriculum -- Next Session

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The 238th ACS National Meeting, Washington, DC, August 16-20, 2009