The Abstract Submission System for ChemEd 2015 is now open!
This biennial conference is the largest of its kind, bringing together dedicated educators involved in high school and introductory chemistry from across 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.
The Abstract Submission System can be accessed through the webpage for the Chem Ed 2015 or go directly to the Abstract Submission System.
To provide an opportunity to have as many people present as possible, only 3 presentations will be accepted for each lead presenter. There are 4 presentation types to choose from for each abstract submission: 1) Presentation; 2) Workshop; 3) Laboratory; 4) Computer-based Workshop.
Separate applications are required for each abstract submitted. Titles should be entered in sentence case and be 150 characters or less (capitalize only the first letter of the title, any proper nouns or acronyms, and the first letter following a colon; do not end titles with a period). Abstracts should be 500 characters or less. Applicants need to choose a conference strand that the abstract fits and the audience the abstract is best suited for.
Abstracts must be submitted by February 27, 2015 and Registration opens March 1, 2015.
Inquires may be addressed to the general chair, Michelle Dean (
Inquires may be addressed to the general chair, Michelle Dean (email@example.com), or the program chair, Kimberly Linenberger (firstname.lastname@example.org).