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UNL Biochem DBER position

Hello CER colleagues,

Fyi a tenure-track DBER position in biochemistry at University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

The job is DBER research (biochemistry), teaching undergrad biochem courses and K-12 outreach. We start reviewing applications on June 5th.

CER Webinar Video

If you missed the great discussion about concept inventories between Stacey Lowery Bretz and Michael Klymkowsky this Tuesday 05/19/2020, you can watch it here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3bt7uRb5Dw&feature=youtu.be.

It was very stimulating to here their ideas and responses to the questions posed by a great audience.

CER Webinar 05/19/2020 at 3 PM (US Pacific Time)

We are back! Please, join us for the third Webinar of the series organized by the ACS Chemistry Education Research (CER) Committee that will feature a conversation and discussion between professors Stacey Lowery Bretz (CER) and Michael Klymkowsky (BER) on Concept Inventories. This re-scheduled Webinar will take place on Tuesday May 19, 2020 at 3 PM (US Pacific Time). Additional information can be found following this link https://chemicalthinking.xyz/images/W051920.

PhET Update: Run your favorite Java sim in the browser!

Dear Colleagues,

I hope this email finds you doing well and staying safe amidst these very challenging times. Of course, among the challenges has been the rapid shift to all remote teaching and learning for most of you and your students!

I know its been more and more difficult for students to access PhET's older Java simulations, and even more so now that they are at home without access to University computers.

General Chemistry Coordinator Position at Texas Tech University by Dominick Casadonte

Hello

Our search has been extended because of COVID-19, in case anyone else would like to apply. I’m resending the ad. Is there a way to get this out with the indication that the position is still open? This ad might be of interest especially to recent Ph.D. graduates or Postdocs in Chem Ed research groups.

Late Abstract Solicitation for Fall 2020 ACS Conference

Colleagues,

Very belatedly we are reaching out to encourage submissions to the ACS Fall 2020 Meeting in San Francisco for a symposium that we are organizing entitled "Creating a Foundation of Data Literacy for Undergraduate Chemistry Students". Please see the description below. Abstracts are due by May 4, 2020 at 11:59 pm (your local time zone).

The submission link is https://callforpapers.acs.org/sanfrancisco2020/CHED