FSS in the cCWCS Symposium at BCCE 2012

 

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 FSS community.



cCWCS Symposium - Session 1: Forensic Science Scholars

Sunday 29 July, 2010, Penn State University, Chemistry, room 102

P07: Beyond the goat room: 7 years and counting
Michael Pugh 2:05pm – 2:25pm

 

P08: Engaging young girls in science and math
Audra Sostarecz 2:25pm – 2:45pm

 

P09: Adventures with developing two forensics chemistry courses
Renee Beeton 2:45pm – 3:05pm

 

P10: Like TV, only real: The Forensic Science Program at Penn State
Jenifer Smith 3:05pm – 3:25pm

 

P11: Incorporation of principles of forensic science in introductory and organic chemistry in a community college curriculum
Bal Barot 3:40pm – 4:00pm

 

P12: For the love of science: Using forensics as a tool for getting and keeping students of all ages engaged in the world around them
Andrea Roberts 4:00pm – 4:20pm

 

P13: Fun with forensic chemistry
Al Hazari 4:20pm – 4:40pm

 

P14: The impact of incorporating forensic science into an undergraduate analytical chemistry course
Neil Fitzgerald 4:40pm – 5:00pm

 

 image: George Chriss, wikimedia.org

 

Date: 

29 Jul '12 to 02 Aug '12

City: 

University Park

State: 

PA

Location: 

Pennsylvania State University

Presentations: