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Program Management System - 21st BCCE - Center for Workshops in the Chemical Sciences (CWCS)

Symposium Title: Center for Workshops in the Chemical Sciences (CWCS)
Descrption: The Center for Workshops in the Chemical Sciences (CWCS) conducts workshops primarily for college and university faculty. The workshops are designed to provide a background of key areas of the chemical sciences along with pedagogical methods to introduce the topics into the undergraduate curriculum. In addition, CWCS develops Communities of Scholars in topical areas derived from workshop activities for the adaptation, implementation and development of high-quality course content and pedagogy, and the propagation of the use of successful teaching strategies. This symposium will include presentations concerning all aspects of the CWCS program including an overview of the workshop program, the content and scope of individual workshops, and the impact participation in the workshop program has had on the ability of workshop alumni to develop new pedagogical material. The CWCS is supported by the NSF, DUE, CCLI Program (DUE-0618678).
Program: 21st BCCE
Audience: College
Organizer: Lawrence Kaplan
CoOrganizers: Jerry Smith
Patricia Hill
David Collard
Cianán Russell
Restrictions: We also are proposing a series of CWCS workshops at BCCE. One workshop will involve Forensic Science; one Chemistry of Art. It is essential that the workshops and the symposium do not overlap. It would be preferable to have the day-long Forensic Science workshop on one day, the symposium the next day, and the day-long Chemistry of Art workshop the third day. With this carefully arranged schedule, it also would be preferable to have the symposium earlier in the conference rather than later.
Papers
Part 3 of 3 [2010-08-04 09:00:00 - 12:00:00] - David Collard, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
09:00:00 introduction
09:05:00Owen PriestHow CWCS helped change the way laboratory is done at Northwestern
09:25:00Christina McCarthaIntegration of CWCS workshop material into the organic laboratory curriculum at Newberry College
09:45:00Christine HermannUsing the FT-NMR in organic chemistry
10:05:00Robert LongPromoting more critical thinking in organic chemistry labs
10:25:00 break
10:40:00Dalila KovacsTeaching organic laboratory courses via student-driven research, centered on green chemistry concepts & principles
11:00:00Sarah KenickIt's easy being green: A project developed from the Green Chemistry in Education Workshop
11:20:00James SpellCWCS Environmental Workshop as a catalyst for change in both non-majors and majors chemistry at Columbia College
11:40:00Douglas ArmstrongUndergraduate student research in microwave-promoted organic syntheses
 
Part 1 of 3 [2010-08-03 09:00:00 - 12:00:00] - Lawrence Kaplan, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
09:00:00 introduction
09:05:00Lawrence KaplanForensic science: An advanced CWCS workshop
09:25:00John WoolcockNeutralizing the CSI Effect
09:45:00Eric SchurterForensics laboratory investigation using fluorometry to detect nitrated explosives and materials labeled with fluorophores
10:05:00Deirdre Belle-OudryForensic case studies in the quantitative analysis laboratory
10:25:00 break
10:40:00Mary DiSanoIntroductory forensic science: A team taught approach
11:00:00Huggins MsimangaLaboratory activities in the Forensic track B. S. degree at Kennesaw State University
11:20:00Jessica RogersEffects of changing the chemistry lab from cookbook to inquiry: A new nursing chemistry lab approach
11:40:00David CollardFuture plans for CWCS: Responding to the community's needs
 
Part 2 of 3 [2010-08-03 14:00:00 - 17:00:00] - Patricia Hill, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
14:00:00 introduction
14:05:00Patricia HillChemistry, art, and cultural diversity
14:25:00Jeffrey FiebergTeaching chemistry in art in London
14:45:00Nathan BowerImpact of the Advanced Chemistry and Art workshop: Results from the first year
15:05:00Deberah SimonJewelry making as a pathway to fundamental chemical concepts
15:25:00 break
15:40:00Erich UffelmanCWCS chemistry in art workshops and advanced workshops: Using materials to enhance laboratory course components and to obtain NSF MRI funding
16:00:00Carol Ann MiderskiLabs of many colors: Explorations with natural dyes
16:20:00Gopal PeriyannanComprehensive proteomic experience at undergraduate laboratory
16:40:00Wendi DavidBiochemical laboratory experiments inspired by the 2004 Molecular Genetics and Protein Structure and Function Workshop
 

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