ACS is offering an opportunity for you to be able to collaborate with local academia and learn from chemists about the challenges, surprises and achievements of chemical synthesis in the pharmaceutical industry.
Meily-Swallow Hall Theatre
7:30-9:00pm, Tuesday, July 23rd
In the style of The Moth Storytelling Hour, come hear tales about the twists and turns of chemistry education, equity in the classroom, and how inclusion can powerfully impact us!
See https://soundcloud.com/the-mole-storytelling for last year’s The Mole
Many thanks to Maria Gallardo-Williams and Holly Walter Kerby, creators of The Mole!
I have attended ACS teacher program the past three years and have not been disappointed. These are some the reasons I’m going to attend the teacher program portion at the ACS national meeting Sunday and Monday August 19th -20th.
A new event is scheduled for BCCE 2018. Holly Walter Kerby and Maria Gallardo-Williams will be master of ceremonies of the premiere of "The Mole," the story event for and by chemical educators. They have designed the event to be similar to The Moth, a nationally recognized program for storytellers.
On April 22, 2017, people all over the world will be coming together to stand up for science. The March for Science is a part of a global movement by scientists, science-enthusiasts, and evidence-based policy makers to celebrate the integral role science plays in all our lives. The March will serve to further several goals, I encourage you to read about them.
The Hoosier Association of Science Teachers will host it's annual conference at the Indiana Convention Center in February 11 - 13. The 2015 theme is "The Nature of Science".
The American Chemical Society hosts a day just for high school chemistry teachers at the national meetings. The next High School Day is planned for Sunday, March 22, 2015 at the Sheraton Hotel in Denver, CO.
Plan ahead to attend the 2015 Chem Ed conference to be held at Kennesaw State University in Georgia.
BCCE 2014 will be held at Grand Valley State University in Western Michigan.
The American Chemical Society will hold its 248th National Meeting in San Francisco, CA on August 10-14, 2014. More than 15000 scientists are expected to attend and over 7000 presentations are slated, comprising symposia that highlight a broad range of scientific advancement. The theme of the Fall meeting is Chemistry & Global Stewardship.