171st 2YC3 Conference
Bucks County Science Teachers Association Fall Meeting
With CETP-PA and Chemical Heritage Foundation collaboration
“The History of Chemistry: From the Past Comes the Future”
October 14-15, 2005
Bucks County Community College
275 Swamp Rd, Newtown, PA  18940

Conference Program

Program: Michaeleen Lee, leem@bucks.edu  215-968-8364
Exhibits:   Leticia El-Naggar, elnaggar@bucks.edu  215-968-8357
Local Arrangements: Lin MacGregor,   macgrego@bucks.edu  215-968-8372

Thursday, October 13
6:00-9:00 Possible Social Hour
TBA Executive Committee Meeting
Friday, October 14
8:00-9:00 Continental Breakfast
8:00-4:00 Registration and Exhibits
9:00-9:15 Welcome and Opening Remarks
9:15-10:15 Keynote Address
Mark Michalovic, Chemical Heritage Foundation
10:15-10:30 Refreshments and Exhibits
10:30-11:15 “Dyeing Industry in the 18th Century” Kim Browning, Catawba Valley Community College, North Carolina
11:15-12:00 “An Online Chemistry Curriculum,” John Penn, University of West Virginia

“A History of 2YC3”,
David Klein, Kansas City Community College , Kansas City
12:00-1:30 Lunch and 2YC3 General Membership Meeting
1:30-2:30 Keynote Address “Are They Prepared, and What Are We Preparing Them For,” Paul Kelter, University of Illinois
2:30-5:30  Workshop, “An Online Chemistry Curriculum”, John Penn, West Virginia University
2:30-3:15 “The Classroom and the History of Chemistry”  Joseph Schmuckler, Temple University
“A Science Learning Center, Ildy Boer and Janet Johannessen ,  County College of Morris
3:15-3:30 Refreshments and Exhibits

“Assisting Transfer Students: Tapping Into the Resources,” Jodi Wesemann, American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C. and Onofrio Gaglione, Community College of Southern Nevada
“Coming Full Circle” Panel of Faculty/Staff now at the Community College they attended,
Panelists: Bill Magilton and Donielle Donley, Bucks County Community College;
Idly Boer and Janet Johannessen, County College of Morris, NJ

4:15-5:00 “Using LabWorks in General Chemistry,” Bill York, Bucks County Community College
“Assessing Our Chemistry Students,” Michele Turner, The University of Akron- Wayne College
6:30 Banquet
Banquet Address: “An Illustrated Tour of the Oesper Collections in the History of Chemistry,” William Jensen, University of Cincinnati
Saturday, October 15
8:00-4:00 Exhibits
8:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:00-10:00 Keynote Address
“A History of General Chemistry Textbooks.”  James Spencer, Franklin and Marshall College
10:00-4:00 POGIL workshop, Rick Moog, Franklin and Marshall College
10:00-10:45 “Invite a Chemist to Lunch”  George Kriz, University of Washington
“Preparing for Organic Chemistry,”  Lillian Berg,  Northern Virginia Community College
10:45-11:00 Refreshments and Exhibits

“What to do About the Organic Curriculum” Panel; Organizer: Leticia El-Naggar, Bucks County Community College; Moderator: Ada Casare, Richard Stockton College, New Jersey; Panelists: Evon Martins, Montgomery County Community College; Joel Karty, Elon University; Paris Svoronos, Queensborough Community College of CUNY

11:00-11:45 “A New Look at Colorimetry,” John Amend
11:45-12:30 “Teaching Science through the Decades” Panel (K-12)
Moderator: Connie Welke  Neshaminy School District
Panel:   Frank Grimes, Council Rock School District
“The Journey of 2YC3 with the Division of Chemical Education”, Richard Jones, Sinclair Community College, Dayton, Ohio.
12:30-1:30 Lunch
1:30-2:30 Keynote Address
“The History of African American Women in Science”  Jeanette Brown, Chemical Heritage Foundation
2:30-3:15  “A History of Chemical Instrumentation,” Cecil Dybowski University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware
“Competitive Exercises in the Classroom as a Means of Motivating Students.” Kevin Cannon, Penn State University
3:15- 4:00 “Chemistry and Art Through the Ages”  (tentative)
“Nanotechnology, You and Our Students,” Kevin Lampe, Bucks County Community College
4:00 Conference Closing