This biennial conference is the largest of its kind, bringing together dedicated educators involved in high school and introductory chemistry from across the North America. Educators are immersed in a setting facilitating collaboration, support, the exchanging of ideas, and inspiration over a period of five days. Demonstrations, hands on labs, and workshops, and chemistry sessions are among other activities seeking to further develop teachers in the chemistry field. The conference has grown over the years and has ranged from 400-800 participants.
At the 41st gathering to be hosted by Kennesaw State University, traditions such as the Reg Friesen lecture, and the Mole Day run will be continued along with a host of other activities and events.