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International Student Conference on Project Based Education in Chemistry and Related Fields

Activity by Martin Rusek   |   added on Apr 30, 2011   |   Czech Republic Official_iyc_logo

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This conference is open to all undergraduate and postgraduate (PhD. students) students. Abstracts need to be submitted by May 30th. This is a great opportunity for students to gain experience with an international audience and to publish a paper in the reviewed proceedings. The conference is held on 20th and 21 October 2011.

The Department of Chemistry and Chemistry Education, Faculty of Education, at Charles University in Prague will host a 9th International student conference on problem based education in chemistry and related fields on October 20th and 21st, 2011. I am writing to invite your students to participate along with attendees from the USA, Finland, Poland and Slovak Republic.

This conference is open to all undergraduate and postgraduate (PhD. students) students. Abstracts need to be submitted by May 30th. This is a great opportunity for your students to gain experience with an international audience and to publish a paper in the reviewed proceedings.

Prospective participants may take part in three ways: personal attendance, collaboration with a Czech student (arranged by organizer and a volunteer) and videoconference entry.

There is no participation fee charged. Participants who are not from Prague are provided accommodation at a student hostel if required. Travel and food expenses are covered by participants themselves.

Please see the complete information posted on the official web of the conference: http://userweb.pedf.cuni.cz/wp/pvch/?lang=en.


Topic: chemistry education, conferences, educational materials Audience: students, professors, educators, universities, graduate students, tertiary education, secondary school students
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