CHEDThursday, August 20, 2009

1:00 PM-4:30 PM Grand Hyatt -- Arlington, Oral
NSF Catalyzed Innovations in the Undergraduate Curriculum
Organizer:Robert K. Boggess
Organizer, Presiding:Cindy Burkhardt
1:00 PMIntroductory Remarks
1:05 PMSupport at the National Science Foundation for undergraduate education
Bert E. Holmes, Eun-Woo Chang, Susan H. Hixson
1:25 PMPanel Discussion
2:05 PMIntermission
2:15 PMIntegrating a portable X-ray fluorescence instrument into social, biological, and physical sciences
Keith E. Miller, Bonnie J. Clark, Robert L. Sanford Jr.
2:35 PMEnhancing student learning by incorporating X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy
Will E. Lynch, Clifford W Padgett, Deborah Jamieson, James Todesca, Katie Verges, Cierra Boyd, Delana A. Nivens
2:55 PMDevelopment of hands-on powder X-ray diffraction laboratory modules for use in the undergraduate chemistry curriculum
Jennifer A. Aitken, Molly L. Gahan, Jonathan W. Lekse
3:15 PMIntermission
3:25 PMLC/MS in the entire chemistry curriculum: Can it be done?
Alexander Grushow
3:45 PMApplication and integration of gas chromatography/mass spectrometry in the undergraduate chemistry laboratory: Chemistry major with forensic science concentration
Christina McCartha, Sidney Parrish Jr.
4:05 PMUsing NMR to enhance the undergraduate chemistry curriculum at George Fox University and nearby institutions through remote access
R. Carlisle Chambers
4:25 PMConcluding Remarks

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