Conference will showcase advances in chemistry education


This July, about 500 scientists from around the globe will gather in Toronto to share and celebrate advances in the pedagogy and practice of chemistry education. The 23 rd International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) International Conference on Chemistry Education (ICCE) makes its way to Canada for only the second time in its history, after being first hosted by the University of Waterloo in 1989. The ICCE reaches out to all members of the academic community: university and college faculty, staff, graduate students, undergraduates and high school teachers — anyone who has put effective pedagogy into practice or who wishes to learn more about novel instructional strategies and evidence-based research in chemistry education.