I am forwarding this invitation on behalf of Dr. Susan Wiediger:
If you will be at the San Diego meeting of the ACS, you are invited to join us for the Academic Lab Safety symposium on Monday, August 26th, in the Carlsbad room of the Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina. The morning session is from 8:30-12:10, and the afternoon session is from 1:30-4:35.
Most of the talks in these two half-day sessions arise from the Safety Summit hosted by President Charpentier, as you can tell from the names and presenters below. We have time for discussion at the end of the morning session, and in several spots in the afternoon session. These sessions are located in CHED to reach the broader education community, but co-sponsored by CHAS and CCS to recognize the inter-divisional nature of this topic.
We would love to have you join us to hear more responses to the summit and to continue the conversation. In particular, if CHED is not your usual divisional “home” (perhaps more industry or business focused), this could be a great chance to interact with some different audiences and continue the collaborative communication essential to this core value.
8:30 AM CHED: Introductory Remarks – Bonnie Charpentier and Peter Dorhout
8:45 AM CHED 66: Strategic directions in chemical safety education for the ACS – Ralph Stuart
9:10 AM CHED 67: American Chemical Society safety resources – Marta Gmurczyk
9:30 AM CHED 68: Leadership and safety education – Susan Shih
9:50 AM CHED 69: Integrating safety science instruction – Dave Finster & Sammye Sigmann
10:10 AM CHED: Intermission
10:25 AM CHED 70: Academic lab safety at the intersection between green chemistry, ethics, and safety – George Bodner
10:45 AM CHED 71: CPT’s role in enhancing safety education for undergraduates – Richard Schwenz
11:05 AM CHED 72: Continued conversation on graduate student laboratory safety education from the 2019 ACS Safety Summit – Kali Miller
11:25 AM CHED: Discussion
12:05 PM CHED: Concluding Remarks
1:30 PM CHED: Introductory Remarks
1:35 PM CHED 87: Anaphylaxis induced by peptide coupling agents: Lessons learned from prolonged exposure to HATU, HBTU, and HCTU – Kate McKnelly
1:55 PM CHED 88: Bonus discussion time (withdrawn paper)
2:15 PM CHED 89: Chemical health and safety information in PubChem – Sunghwan Kim
2:35 PM CHED 90: Is this chemical safe? What do I really need to know and how do I find out – Leah McEwen
2:55 PM CHED: Intermission
3:10 PM CHED 91: Periodic table of the elements of safety – Robin Izzo
3:30 PM CHED 92: Preparing for a safe workplace culture: Learning and modeling behavior – Mark Thomson
3:50 PM CHED 93: Bonus discussion time (withdrawn paper)
4:10 PM CHED 94: Developing rubrics for assessing safety education case studies – Sue Wiediger
4:30 PM CHED: Concluding Remarks
Marta U. Gmurczyk, Ph.D.
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