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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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Special election results for the 2015 DivCHED Chair-Elect

We have concluded the special election for Chair-Elect for 2015. The winner is Cathy Middlecamp of the University of Wisconsin.

ACS Education Division seeks Program Manager for Faculty Professional Development

The ACS Education Division is seeking candidates for the position of Program Manager for Faculty Professional Development.

Dorothy and Moses Passer Education Grant Applications are now being accepted online, deadline January 1, 2015

Are you a chemistry instructor at a 2- and 4-year institution that does not have an advanced degree program in the chemical sciences?  Are you planning to attend a workshop or other continuing education activity in 2015? 

Applications for the Dorothy and Moses Passer Education Grants are now accepted online and the first deadline, January 1, for 2015 is approaching! 

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.

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