ACS National Meeting - Denver 2015

Denver 2015

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TECHNICAL PROGRAM ‡ Cooperative Cosponsorship CHED Section C Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel Spruce Process-Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL) R. S. Moog, Organizer, Presiding 8:30 Introductory Remarks. 8:35 CHED 1729. Introduction to POGIL and The POGIL Project. R.S. Moog 8:55 CHED 1730. High school chemistry POGIL activites on a dollar store budget. A.S. Schwab 9:15 CHED 1731. Using knowledge surveys to assess student knowledge gains from POGIL activities. B.D. Gilbert 9:35 CHED 1732. Quantum, spectroscopy, bonding with POGIL in first semester physi- cal chemistry. N.E. Levinger 9:55 Intermission. 10:05 CHED 1733. POGIL on a large scale. S.M. Taylor, C.A. LaBrake, D. Vanden Bout 10:25 CHED 1734. Using POGIL in a large lecture setting: The benefits and the chal- lenges. T.A. Madison 10:45 CHED 1735. Guided inquiry in chemistry: Teaching assistant training courses for undergraduates. S.S. Hunnicutt 11:05 Panel Discussion. Section D Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel Denver Instructors and Researchers: Advancing Graduate Education in Chemistry S. Hansen, S. Sandi-Urena, Organizers, Presiding 8:30 Introductory Remarks. 8:35 CHED 1736. ETTA: Educational Training for Teaching Associates. P. Varma-Nelson, L. Easterling, J.R. Gregory 8:55 CHED 1737. Orientation and teacher training programs for graduate students. M.L. Miller, R. Hirko 9:15 CHED 1738. Evaluation methods and findings for interdisciplinary graduate training programs at UBC. J.J. Stewart, A.K. Bertram, L. Schafer, K.J. Knox, G. Birol, S. Burke, C. Underhill 9:35 CHED 1739. Graduate teaching assis- tants' potential benefits and professional development associated with teaching general chemistry laboratories. S. Sandi- Urena, T. Gatlin 9:55 Intermission. 10:05 CHED 1740. It takes a village: Transition from graduate student to practitioner. G. Bhattacharyya, G.M. Bodner, A. Verdan 10:25 CHED 1741. Bringing chemical research into the undergraduate teaching lab: A graduate student perspective. J. Zhu, S. Hansen, L. Kaufman, J. Ulichny 10:45 CHED 1742. How my teaching role has impacted my graduate student experience. M.L. Miller, D.P. Cartrette, O. Odeleye, T. Cox, M. Stutelberg 11:05 Concluding Remarks. Section E Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel Columbine Using Technology in the Undergraduate Laboratory A. Oxley, C. E. Stilts, Organizers, Presiding 8:30 Introductory Remarks. 8:35 CHED 1743. Agent-based modeling as a tool for a discovery-based TLC experiment. D. Brownholland, M. Goadrich 8:55 CHED 1744. Home-built instruments as group projects in instrumental analysis courses. M. Chia, A. Blank, A. Sabelhaus, B. Wiefering, C.A. Morris 9:15 CHED 1745. Implementation of cost-effec- tive tablet technology for the development of electronic laboratory notebook skills and to promote active learning at the undergraduate level. R.N. Dansby-Sparks, R.M. Meier 9:35 CHED 1746. Flipping the General Chemistry laboratory. A. Oxley 9:55 Intermission. 10:05 CHED 1747. 3D printed colorimeters for use in the freshman chemistry lab. J.D. Mendez 10:25 CHED 1748. Designing and implementing effective virtual laboratory experiments in general chemistry. K.J. Winkelmann, W. Keeney-Kennicutt 10:45 CHED 1749. Organic lab transformation. J. Potratz 11:05 CHED 1750. Electronic grading of laboratory reports to account for variation in student data. E.M. Epp, K. Nippert 11:25 CHED 1751. Using QR codes and online videos in the undergraduate organic chem- istry lab. C.E. Stilts 11:45 Concluding Remarks. Section F Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel Gold Computational Chemistry in the Undergraduate Curriculum: What is Working and How Do We Assess It? Cosponsored by PHYS J. L. Sonnenberg, Organizer J. B. Foresman, Organizer, Presiding 8:30 Introductory Remarks. 8:35 CHED 1752. What makes an electron a valence electron? Introducing students to computational chemistry in the POGIL-PCL framework. M.S. Reeves 8:55 CHED 1753. Withdrawn. 9:15 CHED 1754. Utilizing electronic structure calculations in undergraduate inorganic chemistry. J.T. York 9:35 Intermission. 9:50 CHED 1755. Web based computational job submission for the undergraduate laboratory. M.J. Perri, S.H. Weber 10:10 CHED 1756. Quantum and computational chemistry: A difficult and necessary class- room union. M.F. Tuchler 10:30 CHED 1757. Gaussian-based laboratory exercises in physical chemistry. S.M. Basu 10:50 Intermission. 11:05 CHED 1758. Computational chemistry in the physical chemistry course. T. Engel, L. Johnson 11:25 CHED 1759. 15-year retrospective of computational chemistry in the undergrad- uate curriculum at The University of Tulsa. G.H. Purser, G.R. Medders 11:45 CHED 1760. Assessment of student knowledge and opinions of computational chemistry in a physical chemistry for engi- neer's course. E.P. Wagner 12:05 CHED 1761. Atomistic level compu- tational chemistry for visualization and calculation in the undergraduate chemistry laboratory. L. Tribe WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON Section A Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel Silver Green Chemistry: Theory and Practice Cosponsored by CEI‡ Financially supported by NSF-CCI Center for Sustainable Polymers at the University of Minnesota; ACS Green Chemistry Institute; I&EC Green Chemistry Subdivision E. J. Brush, Organizer J. E. Wissinger, Organizer, Presiding 1:30 Introductory Remarks. 1:35 CHED 1762. Adapting green chemistry metrics for nanoparticle synthesis. B. Reid, S.M. Reed 1:55 CHED 1763. New shoots from old vines: Greening reactions in the organic chem- istry laboratory. T.N. Jones, K.J. Graham, C.P. Schaller, E.J. McIntee 2:15 CHED 1764. Case study: Green chemis- try — theory and practice in an undergradu- ate laboratory. O. Oluwaniyi, S.O. Famuyiwa 2:35 CHED 1765. Educating general chemistry students about green chemistry through their laboratory experience. S.A. Henrie 2:55 Intermission. 3:05 CHED 1766. Need for green chemistry at the undergraduate level. I.T. Sidhwani, R. Sharma 3:25 CHED 1767. Incorporation of green princi- pals across a chemistry curriculum at a small liberal arts college. J. Wollack 3:45 CHED 1768. Project GreenLab: A regional student-faculty collaboration in green chemistry curriculum develop- ment, research, and outreach education. E.J. Brush 4:05 CHED 1769. Green chemical education in curriculum: Cracking siloed education. C.D. Jensen 4:25 Panel Discussion. 4:45 Concluding Remarks. Section B Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel Century Chemistry Education Research Organic and Biochemistry J. Barbera, N. P. Grove, Organizers T. Bussey, Presiding 1:30 Introductory Remarks. 1:35 CHED 1770. Acid-base topic in the context of a nursing chemistry course. C.E. Brown, M.L. Henry, R.M. Hyslop 1:55 CHED 1771. Comparative study of organic chemistry representations and students' cognitive load. P. Duffy, N.P. Grove 2:15 CHED 1772. Student understanding of glycolysis: Organic chemistry tasks in a biochemistry context. J.R. Raker, B.R. Van Norman 2:35 CHED 1773. Biochemistry instructors' perceptions of their classroom use of analo- gies. T.J. Bussey, M. Orgill Section B Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel Century Chemistry Education Research Chemistry Majors J. Barbera, N. P. Grove, Organizers T. Bussey, Presiding 3:10 CHED 1774. Concept mapping: A learning strategy for teaching Instrumental Chemical Analysis course. T. Saleh 3:30 CHED 1775. Student grade percep- tions throughout a chemistry program (Freshman-Master's). J.A. Webb, A.G. Karatjas 3:50 CHED 1776. Investigating the enacted and stated curriculum in physical chemistry. S.E. Erhart, E.J. Yezierski 4:10 Concluding Remarks. Section C Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel Spruce Research on Learning in the Laboratory M. J. Chrzanowski, S. Sandi-Urena, A. Villalta- Cerdas, Organizers, Presiding 1:30 Introductory Remarks. 1:35 CHED 1777. Improving general chemistry students' inquiry skills and confidence with research-inspired experiments. K.J. Winkelmann, M.H. Baloga, C. Giannoulis, T. Marcinkowski, P. Cohen, G. Anquandah 1:55 CHED 1778. Current research on learning in the chemistry college laboratory. S. Sandi-Urena 2:15 CHED 1779. Incorporation of instructional videos to encourage students' coordination of theory and evidence in the physical chemistry laboratory. R.S. Cole, M.N. Muniz, J.A. Schmidt, E. Keuter 2:35 Intermission. 2:45 CHED 1780. Examining student analog- ical reasoning in introductory chemistry laboratory. M.R. Bruce, S. Avargil, A.E. Bruce, F.G. Amar 3:05 CHED 1781. Perceptions of students and teaching assistants regarding a project-based undergraduate laboratory. S.R. Mooring, N.L. Burrows 3:25 CHED 1782. Reform in general chemistry laboratory instruction: How do students experience change between an expository laboratory and a cooperative project-based laboratory? M.J. Chrzanowski, S. Sandi-Urena 3:45 Discussion. Section D Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel Denver Undergraduate Research in Chemistry: Expanding Opportunities and Broadening Participation Models Supporting and Expanding Undergraduate Research B. L. Gourley, R. M. Jones, Organizers, Presiding 1:30 Introductory Remarks. 1:40 CHED 1783. First-Year Research Experience (FYRE) program: A gateway to undergraduate research and enhanced STEM development at the University of Oklahoma. N. Kothapalli, A. Burgett, R. Halterman 2:00 CHED 1784. Guiding a senior undergradu- ate in chemical education and computa- tional chemistry research. J.P. Beck 2:20 CHED 1785. PRISM: CSUSB strengthen- ing the scientific workforce. K.R. Cousins, Y. Kim 2:40 CHED 1786. Integrating undergraduate research with teaching and learning: Unanticipated opportunities to broaden participation. L.E. Echegoyen, S.B. Aley, C.E. Botez, G. Corral, H.H. Meeuwsen, D. Villagran Section D Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel Denver Undergraduate Research in Chemistry: Expanding Opportunities and Broadening Participation Undergraduate Research in the Curriculum B. L. Gourley, R. M. Jones, Organizers, Presiding 3:00 CHED 1787. Freshman research immer- sion: Transforming freshman into research- ers. M.E. Fegley, J.R. Amey, W.E. Jones, N.E. Stamp 3:20 CHED 1788. Research-based analytical chemistry laboratory: Incorporation of students' self-designed projects into curriculum. R. Gao 3:40 CHED 1789. Increasing reach: Dealing with resource limitations and scalabilty issues by bringing collaborative research into the teaching laboratory. R.E. Bachman 4:00 CHED 1790. Components of a research- rich undergraduate chemistry curriculum. T.J. Wenzel 4:20 Concluding Remarks. 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