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Symposium Title: Teaching Safety in Chemistry Classes and Programs
Descrption: The 2008 ACS CPT Guidelines for Bachelor’s Degree Programs reaffirm that undergraduate chemistry programs must include safety education “as in integral part of the chemistry curriculum” and “throughout their studies students must experience safety procedures and processes.” This symposium will include presentations of how different colleges and universities design and implement these CPT requirements, both in individual courses and in curriculum-wide programs. By sharing successful programs, we can all improve what we do on our home campuses and better educate our students for their future careers as safe scientists.
Program: 21st BCCE
Audience: College
Organizer: Dave Finster
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[2010-08-02 14:00:00 - 17:00:00] - Dave Finster, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
14:00:00 introduction
14:05:00Lee ParkACS guidelines for chemical safety education in undergraduate chemistry programs
14:25:00Susan NurrenbernHelping undergraduates understand and comply with chemistry lab safety regulations
14:45:00Clara Rosalia AlvarezSafety education in the chemistry and biological sciences programs at the University of Sonora
15:05:00Carl FictorieNot reinventing the wheel: Using published safety materials throughout the curriculum
15:25:00 break
15:40:00Susan WiedigerEngaging pre-service high school chemistry teachers in safety assignments and research connected to their career responsibilities
16:00:00Edward SenkbeilLaboratory safety course in the Salisbury University chemistry curriculum
16:20:00Gail SteehlerHelping students assess safety needs in undergraduate research projects
16:40:00Dave FinsterComprehensive safety instruction for an undergraduate chemistry program
 

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