How to Get Published, @University of Cape Town
Friday, July 15, 2022
LT3, PD Hahn Building
University of Cape Town
Registration deadline extended!
In conjunction with the University of Cape Town and ICCE 2022, ACS on Campus will host an interactive session featuring ACS Editor Prof. Renée S. Cole‘s best tips for scholarly publishing. Network with local professionals and peers and make lasting connections.
The event is FREE and open to all students and researchers studying the sciences, not just chemistry! All who attend the full event will have the chance to win great prizes!
Attendees within the city of Cape Town are invited to attend in person. Those outside the city are invited to attend virtually.
For those attending in-person, please join us following the event for a socially distanced networking session, including tea/coffee and light snacks.
To register, email email@example.com by 5pm on June 30th
Renée S. Cole, Ph.D.
Associate Editor, Journal of Chemical Education
Professor, University of Iowa
Dr. Renée Cole began her faculty career at the University of Central Missouri, where she was active in both undergraduate education and teacher preparation, before moving to Iowa in 2011. She is also an associate editor for the Journal of Chemical Education and a member of the American Chemical Society’s Women Chemists Committee. Renée’s research focuses on issues related to how students learn chemistry and how that can guide the design of instructional materials and teaching strategies as well on efforts related to faculty development and the connection between chemistry education research and the practice of teaching. She is involved as a PI in multiple interdisciplinary research projects, including the ELIPSS Project (www.elipss.com), which is developing resources for STEM instructors to assess transferable skills in the classroom, as well as for a campus initiative to increase evidence-based instructional practices across campus. She was one of the PIs for the Increase the Impact Project (www.increasetheimpact.com), which developed resources for PIs to improve the propagation of their innovations. Renée has been active in professional development from the beginning her career, beginning with the New Traditions project, facilitating workshops for both the New Traditions project itself, as well as for the Multi-Initiative Dissemination Project, and has continued to promote faculty professional development through the POGIL project, ELIPSS project, the Increase the Impact project, and a project focusing on analytical chemistry faculty. She has facilitated workshops across the United States as well as in Australia and New Zealand to support educators in engaging students in meaningful learning.