Events at ChemEd X are professional development opportunities for chemical educators.
Events include webinars, workshops, conferences, and meetings of interest to chemical educators. Currently, this is placeholder for event listings.
NEACT is hosting a one day Summer Mini-Conference on Monday, August 10th at Clark University in Worcester,
Explore the green chemistry resources provided by Beyond Benign. This is a completely online course. Go at your own pace. Meet other interested virtually and engage in insightful discussions. You will be pleasantly surprised by the available resources that you can explore and fit into your curriculum. Earn professional development credit. Optional graduate credits are available.
Opportunities for teachers to explore topics in Bio Energy, collaborate with other teachers, perform research and develop/write curriculum.
The Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center offers educational programs for teachers and students. Teachers may apply for a 7-week bioenergy research opportunity in which they also develop curriculum to bring back to their classrooms. The programs runs from June 22 - Auust 7 and offers a $7000 stipend. Deadline to apply March 20, 2015.
This workshop is intended to provide the teacher with tools, strategies and resources to help them meet the challenges of implementing NGSS.
Held in Washington D.C. on March 26 & 27, 2015.
Project 2061 is a long term initiative of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) focused on improving science education.
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".
Four TownHall Conference Calls per year are scheduled for leaders in the STEM community.
First time attendees and presenters can apply for a scholarship to attend ChemEd 2015. The scholarship program will cover the registration fee for more than 12 first-time ChemEd attendees and more than 12 first-time speakers/presenters. Travel and lodging are not covered under this scholarship program.