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Subject: [DCHAS-L] BCCE 2020 and JCE Special Issue Chemical Safety Education
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 2020 17:10:23 -0500
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See below.  There is a BCCE session on safety culture, and I noted a number of other ones (labs, 3D printing etc.) that could benefit from safety input:   BCCE is a lot of fun if you're an educator.  A bunch of enthusiastic like-minded people who want to share their passion for teaching and innovation.  Very informative and very collaborative.

Also note the approaching deadline for the J Chem Ed special issue on Chemical Safety Education.

Rob Toreki

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I am writing to all the people on my list of potential authors for the JCE special issue to mention that you should consider submitting a presentation to the 2020Biennial Conference on Chemical Education (BCCE).  It is one of the best professional development opportunities available for chemistry educators. The 26thBCCE will be held at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon, Saturday July 18 - Thursday July 23rd, 2020.
You can submit abstract here:  I notice their deadline is Feb 24.
Also, if you need just a bit more time for your submission to the JCE Special Issue on Chemical Education, the Editor-in-chief told me that the system has the flexibility to accept submissions for "a few weeks" more.
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