Green Chemistry Education Network

Teaching Postcards

Introduction: Teaching Postcards, originally developed at Murray State, represent a resource for educators to share information about successful teaching tips and methodologies.

We asked speakers to create postcards to showcase materials shared during the Green Chemistry in Higher Education Symposium held on October 26, 2010 at UC Berkeley.

I invite you to add your green chemistry teaching postcard to this site. Please use the Teaching Postcard template for inspiration. Teaching Postcard Template.ppt

Green Chemistry Courses/Curriculum

Introductory Chemistry- A 3-Lab BioFuels Teaching Unit.pdf

Marty Mulvihill, UC Berkeley, Department of Chemistry, Center for Green Chemistry, 324 Lewis Hall, Berkeley, CA 94720, Phone: (510) 517-2135, Email: Marty_m@berkeley.edu.

Resources Available at the Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry.

Green Chemistry in the Classroom- Green Organic Chemistry Laboratory.pdf

James E. Hutchison , Department of Chemistry, 1253 University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon 97403, Phone: (541) 346-4228, Email: hutch@uoregon.edu.

Resources Available at UO Green Chemistry Center.

Green Chemistry -- An Interdisciplinary Approach to Sustainability.pdf

Joseph Guth, J.D., Ph.D., 
Legal Director
Science and Environmental Health Network, Email: jguth@berkeley.edu.

Resources Available at the Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry.

Computational Toxicology.pdf

Dale E. Johnson, PharmD, PhD, UC Berkeley Department of Nutritional Science and Toxicology, 233 Morgan Hall, Berkeley, CA 94720, Phone: (510) 316-1197, Email: daleejohnson@sbcglobal.net.

Resources Available at Toxicology Tutorials, National Center for Computational Toxicology, European Comp Tox.

Pharmaceutical Wastes.pdf

Dr. Tony Machado, EOH Department, California State University, Northridge, CA 91330, Phone: (818) 677-7476, Email: amachado@csun.edu.

Resources Available at CSUN Sustainability Institute, more about our Department of Environmental and Occupational Health faculty.

Decoding Green Chemistry for Workers.pdf

Valeria Velazquez, UC Berkeley Labor Occupational Health Program, 2223 Fulton St, 4th Floor Berkeley CA 94720, Phone: (510) 643-2090, Email: vvelazquez@berkeley.edu.

Resources Available at Schwarzman, M., Wilson, M., New Science for Chemicals Policy. Science Vol 326 1065-1066 (2009). Elizabeth Grossman, Chasing Molecules: Poisonous Products, Human Health, and the Promise of Green Chemistry, Island 2009 Beyond Benign. Solutions in Green Chemistry.

Green Chemistry Tools

Green Chemistry in the Classroom Tools and Networks that Catalyze Adoption.pdf

Julie A. Haack, Department of Chemistry, 1253 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, 97403, Phone: (541) 346-4604, Email: jhaack@uoregon.edu.

Resources Available at UO Green Chemistry Center

Introduction to Green Chemistry.pdf

Chip Walters, 5107 Ellsworth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15232, Phone: (412) 401-3296, Email: chipw@andrew.cmu.edu.

Resources Available at the Institute for Green Science.

Green Chemistry Programs

Green Chemistry and Sustainability.pdf

Mary Kirchhoff, Director Education Division American Chemical Society, 1155 16th St. NW Washington, DC 20036, Phone: (202) 872-4562, Email: m_kirchhoff@acs.org.

Resources Available at ACS Green Chemistry Institute, U.S. EPA, UN Education for Sustainable Development.

Certificate Program in the Essentials of Green Chemistry.pdf

Barbara Peterson Ph.D., Program Director Sciences and Mathematics, UC Berkeley Extension, 1995 University Avenue Berkeley, CA 94704-7000, Phone: (510) 643-8737, Email: bpeterson@unex.berkeley.edu.

Resources Available at UC Berkeley Extension.

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