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October 30, 2006

Teaching Writing To Undergrads

Educators across the country are incorporating unique writing exercises into chemistry classes.

Supersized Periodic Table

Enormous chart figures prominently in Chicago's science-awareness event.

September 4, 2006

Academie Opprotunities - Changing Times

Evolving The Doctorate

Carnegie initiative inspires reshaping of Ph.D. programs to fit modern times.

Benefits

Maternity Leave For Graduate Students.

Lofty Goals

Describing The Doctorate.

Passport To Science

Once outnumbered by humanities majors, science students are now studying abroad in force.

Global Science Corps

Program provides opportunities for established scientists to do research in developing countries.

Virtual Help

Study Abroad Web Resources.

No Substitute For Experience

Chemical engineering students at all levels can benefit from 'learn and earn' opportunities.

10 Tips To Help You Get A Faculty Job

Faculty from around the country share stories to help candidates 'ace' the interview process.

August 21, 2006

Burning Issues In Chemical Education

Biennial conference spotlights communication, demonstrations, and food science.

July 17, 2006

Mixing It Up

New courses combine multiple disciplines in single classroom.

May 15, 2006

Sex, Lies, and Title IX

Federal law banning sex discrimination in schools may do as much for academics as it has for athletics.

April 24, 2006

Kids And Cartoons

An animated molecular fantasy from the Molecularium Project teaches about chemistry.

April 10, 2006

Video Game Aims To Engage Students

Working chemistry into a dramatic story line is intended to ease anxiety about learning the science.

January 16, 2006

E-Learning Begins To Find Its Niche

Simulations and online tutorials to augment traditional learning are slowly being put to use.