cCWCS supports dissemination activities through the award of minigrants. For 2014, the following awards have been made:
- Julia Metzger (Georgia State College and University): "Using the Climate Debate to Revitalize General Chemistry"
- John Goodwin (Coast Carolina University) and Troy Wolfskill (Stony Brook University): "Writing POGIL-in-Context Activities for use in General Chemistry"
- Anne Gaquere-Parker (University of West Georgia) and Mike Haaf (Ithaca College): "Chemistry in Art Miniworkshop"
- Kathleen Carrigan, Kenneth Friedrich (Portland Community College) and Tom Higgins (Harold Washington College): "Hybrid and Online Learning in the Chemistry Classroom"
- Jack Eichler (Univeristy of California, Riverside)" "Developing and Implementing Case Studies in Undergraduate Chemistry Courses"
- Nicholas Benfaremo (Saint Joseph's College of Maine): "Food Chemistry Miniworkshop: Chemistry of Baking"
In addition, the following miniworkshops, which were originally run in 2013, will be repeated in 2014 through the dissemination mini-grant program:
- Rebecca M. Jones (George Mason University) and G. Robert Shelton (Austin Peay State University): "Implementing iPads in the Chemistry Curriculum"
- Justin Houseknecht (Wittenberg University), Vincent Maloney (Indiana U. Purdue U. Ft. Wayne), Jennifer Muzyka (Centre College), Bob Rossi (Gloucester County College), Cathy Welder (Dartmouth College): "Active Learning in Organic Chemistry"
Congratulations to all of these awardees, and best wishes for successful events in 2014!
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