2012 BCCE: CiA in the cCWCS Symposium


cCWCS has broadened its scope of activities from running workshops geared for college and university faculty toward building vibrant communities of scholars in topical areas. Forensic science will be the focus of the first session of the symposium, with presentations by members of the CiA community. 

cCWCS Symposium - Session 1: Forensic Science Scholars
Monday 30 July, 2010, Penn State University, Chemistry, room 102

P111: Connections between chemistry and art in an interdisciplinary general education program
Carrigan Hayes 9:35am – 9:55am – Chem 102

P112: Chemistry or art? Teaching or research? Unexpected and amazing connections at midcareer
Michael Columbia 9:55am – 10:15am – Chem 102

P113: Analysis of ancient art: Chemistry in a museum
Daphne Norton 10:15am – 10:35am – Chem 102

P114: Analysis of salt formations on ancient ceramics
Elizabeth Wise 10:35am – 10:55am – Chem 102

P115: Knocking on museum doors: Plastic conservation work with undergraduate collaborators
JoAnn Peters 11:10am – 11:30am – Chem 102

P116: Technical art historical investigations at the Indianapolis Museum of Art
Jeffrey Fieberg 11:30am – 11:50am – Chem 102

P117: Connecting with the community through the chemistry in art
Deberah Simon 11:50am – 12:10pm – Chem 102


image: George Chriss, wikimedia.org

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Pennsylvania State University