DivCHED serves as a means of focusing and enhancing the interests and efforts of all constituencies involved in the teaching and learning of chemistry at every level.
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-Chemical Education News & Announcements-

Welcome to the ACS Division of Chemical Education website. Here you can keep up-to-date with activities, news, and opportunities in chemical education. Do you have something interesting you'd like to share with the Division?
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ACS Division of Chemical Education International Travel Award

The Division of Chemical Education funds a Travel Award each year in support of a division member who presents and fully participates in an international chemical education conference held outside the U. S.

One if by land; two if by sea... The Call for Papers is coming!

We're looking for your proposals for the August 16-20, 2015 ACS national meeting in Boston. Please email Meeting Co-chairs Iona Black or Beatriz McKee or Program Chair, Irv Levy, with your suggested symposia. Please note that the theme for this meeting is quite broad: Innovation from Discovery to Application. Please think about ways that your symposium might also relate to the thematic programming.

One if by land; two if by sea... The Call for Papers is coming!

We're looking for your proposals for the August 16-20, 2015 ACS national meeting in Boston. Please email Meeting Co-chairs Iona Black or Beatriz McKee or Program Chair, Irv Levy, with your sug

Considerations for Choosing Stat Packages in CER

by Jordan Harshman

*A list of stat program acronyms that I use throughout this blog is at the end.

Chances are, sometime in your CER-related career you’ll end up with the need (possibly even the desire) to analyze quantitative data. In the analysis and visualization of quantitative data, you have a growing list of statistical programs to choose from. The impetus for writing this blog post is something that I hope I can convince you of: which program(s) you choose to analyze your data directly influences the quality of your analysis, therefore your research.

Why I chose an instructor position after graduation

by Daniel Cruz-Ramírez de Arellano, Ph.D.

A little over a year ago I graduated from a doctoral program in chemistry education research. It was a long road filled with challenges and triumphs. Of course, it is easy to generically call them “challenges and triumphs” when one is looking back on an already completed goal; but when one is living it, going through the daily trials, the process might seem more arduous than what was anticipated. In order to keep my motivation up, I found it extremely helpful to keep my eye on the prize, to constantly remind myself why I had decided to embark on the journey through graduate school. In my case, I wanted to be a college professor.

DivCHED Committee on Safety

DivCHED has a long history of working the Chemical Health and Safety (CHAS) division over the years. The creation of a standing committee on Safety within the committee structure of DivCHED has been suggested. The goals of this committee would be determined by a small working group of interested members of DivCHED who would put together a proposal that could be sent to the DivCHED Executive Committee for their consideration. If you would be interested in being a member of that working group, please contact Dave Finster at dfinster@wittenberg.edu.

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