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Online Workshop: Learn About New Project Opportunity and How to Apply for the 2018 Explore Science: Let’s Do Chemistry Kit (Recorded)

The NISE Network runs a series of free online workshops to increase the number of professional development opportunities available to our partners, and create more channels for partners to share their work and learn from each other directly.

Learn About New Project Opportunity and How to Apply for the 2018 Explore Science: Let’s Do Chemistry Kit

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

11am - 12pm Pacific / 2 - 3pm  Eastern 

Chemistry is all around us and is a part of us, but chemistry is the least represented of the major science fields in science museums and other informal science education media. ChemAttitudes, which is a collaboration between the NISE Network and the American Chemical Society, is developing a new, free engaging kit of hands-on activities. Join this discussion for a general introduction to the project and what to expect in the physical 2018 Explore Science: Let’s Do Chemistry kit, including an overview of the hands-on activities and the professional development materials and resources. Learn how to apply for the kit (applications are due June 1, 2018) and for ways to use the kit to engage public audiences in chemistry such as hosting an event during National Chemistry Week in October 2018. National Chemistry Week 2018 will be celebrated October 21-27, 2018 with the theme, "Chemistry is Out of This World" focusing on chemistry of and in outerspace. Bring your questions!



  • David Sittenfeld, Project Co-PI, Museum of Science
  • Rae Ostman, Project Co-PI, Arizona State University
  • Ali Jackson, Kit Development Team, Sciencenter

Workshop Resources

About the Project


Funded by the National Science Foundation through the Museum of Science. 

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number DRL 1612482. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the view of the National Science Foundation.