Learn how our Canadian chemical sciences community is meeting today’s biggest challenges! With this new series of virtual discussions, the CIC is connecting the Canadian chemistry and chemical engineering community and amplifying the fantastic work that they do to tackle issues, from teaching online in the age of COVID-19 to reflecting a more inclusive society.

If you have an idea for a virtual event or webinar, please contact us at CIC ViRTUAL.

Upcoming Events & Webinars

Wednesday, October 7, 2020, 12:00 PM ET

CIC Talks

Education

Equity as the CENTER of Chemistry Education Research. An Introduction to the REACT Framework

Paulette Vincent-Ruz, Ph.D. University of Michigan

Past Events & Webinars

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Education

Kickstart a career in life sciences with CASTL

PEI BioAlliance

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Professional Development

“SciComm 101”

Ki-Youn Kim
Chemical Institute of Canada

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Environment

“Saving solvents”

Andrew Dicks, Leanna Smid, and John Russell
University of Toronto

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Materials and Technology

“Self-Driving Labs for Materials Discovery”

Phil De Luna
National Research Council Canada

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Health & Safety

“Safety at the bench”

Dana Ménard
University of Windsor

John Trant, MCIC,
University of Windsor

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Professional Development

“NSERC grant programs”

Talk by NSERC
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council, NSERC

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Education

“Taking labs into cyberspace”

Rashmi Venkateswaran
University of Ottawa

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Education

“Learning in the online classroom”

Alison Flynn, MCIC
University of Ottawa

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Part of: 2020 Annual General Meeting of the Members of The Canadian Society for Chemistry

“Creating Successful Chemistry”

Alison Thompson, MCIC
Dalhousie University

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Part of: 2020 Annual General Meeting of the Members of The Chemical Institute of Canada

“Teaching to, and from, the rainbow”

Nola Etkin, MCIC
University of Prince Edward Island

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