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How to Set Your Students Up for Success with Molecular Modeling Skills
Join us for a one-hour live virtual panel titled “How to Set Your Students Up for Success with Molecular Modeling Skills.”

Future-proof your students’ skills by teaching them the fundamentals of molecular modeling. In this session, you'll hear from professors and educators who utilize computational tools at the undergraduate level. Panelists will discuss how they incorporate computational chemistry and biology into their curricula and research programs, as well as provide insight on how to encourage students’ interest in pursuing graduate studies in the sciences.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
- Chemistry & Biology professors (undergraduate, graduate)
- High School Chemistry & Biology Teachers (college prep, honors, AP/IB level)

KEY LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
- Learn how computational tools are used in undergraduate research and research-based teaching from both small and large academic institutions
- Discover how incorporating molecular modeling into course work can enrich students’ learning outcomes
- Gain tips on how to start incorporating molecular modeling into your own teaching and research from experts in the field

As a follow-up to this event, you will have the opportunity to connect with professors who use computational tools. You will also be invited to future panels and workshops focusing on graduate school preparedness and next level use of computational tools for educational purposes.

Jul 13, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Prof. Carol Parish
Floyd D. and Elisabeth S. Gottwald Professor of Chemistry and Associate Provost for Academic Integration @University of Richmond
Prof. Daniel Fried
Assistant Professor of Chemistry @Saint Peter’s University
Prof. Ashley Ringer McDonald
Associate Professor of Theoretical and Computational Chemistry @California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo