Inclusion in the Chemistry Profession, Is it a Reality?
Cosponsored by CWD
- A. Supalo, Organizer, Presiding
9:00 Introductory Remarks.
9:05 50. What is Inclusion in the Chemistry Profession for Chemists with Visual Impairments? C.A. Supalo
9:25 51. Science Outreach via University Administrative Fellowship at the Princeton Center for Complex Materials. M. Hossain, J. Van Wyck, J. Bhattacharya, D. Steinberg
9:45 52. The Princeton University Materials Academy (PUMA): inclusive informal education via a socio-scientific approach.. J. Bhattacharya, D. Steinberg
10:20 53. Inclusion and accessibility efforts at the Princeton University MRSEC. D. Steinberg
10:40 54. Inclusion Techniques Used to Teach Technology to Rurally Isolated Upward Bound Programs High School Students. C. Monroe
11:00 55. “… All that is seen and unseen….” Visual impairments in the modern inorganic research environment. S.M. Kilyanek
11:20 56. Culturally-Responsive Teaching: Scientific Argumentation Strategies among Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students. A.D. Ross, T.E. Pagano
11:40 Concluding remarks.