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Call for Abstracts for the Inaugural CER Gordon Research Seminars

Hello Graduate Student & Post-Doc Chemistry Education Researchers and Practitioners,

Applications are currently being reviewed for the inaugural 2023 Chemistry Education Research and Practice Gordon Research Seminar (GRS) as well as the 2023 Chemistry Education Research and Practice Gordon Research Conference (GRC)! If you are interested in attending either the seminar or conference, please read the information below and see the conference website here. PLEASE NOTE: Abstracts for oral presentations have a priority deadline of January 9, 2023.

Two REU programs at NDSU

Dear colleagues,

I have two exciting news to share.

1. We are excited to announce the 10th year of our summer REU in discipline-based education at North Dakota State University. Our program is an excellent opportunity for students interested in learning and teaching of STEM at the undergraduate level. Students work in a cohort of undergraduate scholars over a 10-week period during the summer and are immersed in hands-on research experiences in discipline-based education research. Students are housed on-campus and earn a $6000 stipend.

Save the Date for the 2023 Transforming Institutions Conference, June 12-14!

 

Dear Colleagues,

I work with the Accelerating Systemic Change Network (ASCN) which is an organization aimed at advancing systemic change in STEM higher education. I would be delighted to see more CER folks participate in the network and in the Transforming Institutions conference. Please read below for more information and share with your networks. Keynote speakers, location, and call for proposals are soon to follow!

Warmly,

Casey Wright

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Post-Doc Position at Portland State University

Dear CER Colleagues,

I am posting this ad (below) on behalf of my BER colleague, Dr. Erin Shortlidge as the post-doc position she has is open to all DBER researchers.

While I am not a part of Dr. Shortlidge's NSF funded project, our groups are co-located, work closely together at times, and run joint group meetings. Therefore, if a CER researcher was brought onboard, they would interact with and have access to me and my group.

jack barbera

Position posting - Associate Director of Organic Chemistry Labs at UW - Madison

Job Summary:

The Associate Director of Organic Chemistry Laboratories in the Department of Chemistry plays an important instructional role. This position offers opportunities for shaping the undergraduate organic chemistry curriculum and for participating in the nationally recognized chemical education and outreach activities in the Chemistry Department. The incumbent will collaborate closely with faculty and other laboratory directors. This position reports to the director of the Organic Chemistry Laboratories.

This position requires some evening lab supervision.