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October 8, 2020

Alum Madi Scott, Class of ’20, in the News!

October 6, 2020

Spotted Online: ORNL Distinguished Scientist & UO Alum Travis Humble (PhD ’05) on Coupling Classical and Quantum Computing

October 1, 2020

UO Chemistry and Biochemistry Alum – Professor Rebekka Wachter, Class of ’66 – in the News

September 25, 2020

Spotted online – alum Loni Kringle! Praises for Postdocs at PNNL

August 24, 2020

Alum Brandi Baldock is co-PI on NSF grant to support high-achieving, low-income STEM students at Merrimack College

February 25, 2020

Check out the latest edition our annual department newsletter!

Catch up with faculty, student, and alumni news & awards – plus our Klamath 3rd floor remodel!

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Biochemistry Graduate Shines at Advanced BioCatalytics

January 14, 2020

Alumna Hanna Thomsen, Class of 2013, Receives Doctoral Thesis Award

January 9, 2020

Organic/Inorganic/Materials Seminar – Annie Greenaway, January 16th

Alumna Annie Greenaway of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory will present an overview of current NREL research, including her own, at 10am on Thursday, January 16th in WIL 110. Dr. Greenaway graduated with a PhD in Chemistry from the UO in 2017.


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December 11, 2019

Special Issue of JCE features contributions by Haack, Hutchison & Ginzburg


Photo: Hutchison, Ginzburg, Haack, JCE Cover

L-R: Jim Hutchison, Aurora Ginzburg, Julie Haack

Chemistry educators from around the world have contributed articles to the Journal of Chemical Education now collected in a special issue on systems thinking, and green and sustainable chemistry.

Papers in the issue are intended to be the inaugural global reference point for literature on systems thinking in chemistry education that will lead to further understanding about the interdependence of the components of systems at work for chemistry learners, and the application of systems thinking to green and sustainable chemistry education.

Guest Editors for the issue were Peter G. Mahaffy, Felix M. Ho, Julie A. Haack, and Edward J. Brush.  The issue contains the following contributions authored by UO Chemistry and Biochemistry faculty Julie Haack and Jim Hutchison, and alumna Aurora Ginzburg, PhD Class of 2019:

Can Chemistry Be a Central Science without Systems Thinking?
Authors – Peter G. Mahaffy, Felix M. Ho, Julie A. Haack, Edward J. Brush
Cite this: J. Chem. Educ. 2019, 96, 12, 2679-2681
Publication Date: December 10, 2019
Copyright © 2019 American Chemical Society and Division of Chemical Education, Inc.

Systems Thinking and Green Chemistry: Powerful Levers for Curricular Change and Adoption
Author: James E. Hutchison
Journal of Chemical Education (2019), 96, 12, 2777-2783

Experiential Learning To Promote Systems Thinking in Chemistry: Evaluating and Designing Sustainable Products in a Polymer Immersion Lab
Authors: Aurora L. Ginzburg, Casey E. Check, Demetri P. Hovekamp, Alyson N. Sillin, Jack Brett, Hannah Eshelman, James E. Hutchison*
Journal of Chemical Education (2019), 96, 12, 2863-2871 (Article)Subscribed Access (more…)

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