Jackie awarded the 2022 CIC Award for Chemistry Education

Congratulations to Jackie for being this year’s winner of the Chemical Institute of Canada’s Chemistry Education Award. According to the CIC, “This award is presented as a mark of recognition to a person who has made an outstanding contribution in Canada to education at the post-secondary level in the field of chemistry or chemical engineering.”

Workshop accepted at BCCE 2022

Jackie will be presenting a workshop at the Biennial Conference on Chemical Education 2022 at Purdue University. ““Flipped? Blended? Mastery? Active? What underlies the buzzwords: How to refine your course to improve student success” will be an interactive session about the psychological principles of long-term, meaningful learning and show how to use these principles in chemistry instructional design. We hope to see you there!

Jackie presented at Pacifichem 2021

On behalf of the Equity and Inclusion Scholars Program research team, Jackie presented a virtual talk titled “Enhancing equity and inclusion by attending to the affective domain: The role of sense of belonging, self-efficacy, and perceptions of classroom climate in active-learning general chemistry” in the symposium she co-organized with Dino Spagnoli, Sarah Masters, and Stacey Lowry Bretz.

Hopefully, the next Pacifichem will bring everyone together in Hawai’i.

New article: Listening to nonbinary chemistry students: Nonacademic roadblocks to success

Bec Chan’s interview study was published in November 2021 in the Journal of Chemical Education. The article is available now and will be a part of the upcoming special issue on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Respect in Chemistry Education Research and Practice. Congratulations, Bec!

Chan, B., & Stewart, J.J. (2021). Listening to nonbinary chemistry students: Non-academic roadblocks to success. Journal of Chemical Education, Article ASAP. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jchemed.1c00498