Thursday, August 25, 2016
Three faculty members from Siena's Chemistry and Biochemistry Department presented 6 talks at the Biennial Conference on Chemical Education at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, CO. More than 1,000 teachers from high schools and colleges came together from July 31 - August 4, 2016 to participate in presentations, workshops and exhibits.
Jesse Karr and Erin Kolonko, “An advanced biochemistry laboratory experience independent of discipline”
Jesse Karr and Jodi O’Donnell, “Synthesis and characterization of thermochromic metal complexes with near room temperature spin crossover: An undergraduate laboratory experiment”
Jodi O’Donnell and Jesse Karr, “Writing research proposals across the undergraduate curriculum: Adapting a VIPEr learning object for use in multiple courses”
Jodi O’Donnell and Lucas Tucker, “Siena College Tech Valley Scholars program and STEM student retention”
Lucas Tucker and Ann Klotz, “Making high school labs greener: A discussion of the evaluation process”
Lucas Tucker, Jodi O’Donnell and Erin Kolonko, “Siena College First Year Research Fellows“
*Bold denotes the presenting author.