ACS Award for Achievement in Research for the Teaching and Learning of Chemistry
Awarded by American Chemical Society (ACS)
To recognize outstanding contributions to experimental research that have increased our understanding of chemical pedagogy.
Experimental research should include one or more recognized techniques and designed such as: control-group designs with random assignments of subjects or the use of in-tact class sections; factorial designs, bi-variate or multivariate correlation studies, etc.
This award recognizes contributions to experimental research that have increased our understanding of chemical pedagogy and led to the improved teaching and learning of chemistry.
The award consists of $5,000 and a certificate. Up to $2,500 for travel expenses to the meeting at which the award will be presented will be reimbursed
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