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February 3, 2020 Issue

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February 3, 2020 Cover

Volume 98, Issue 5

Chemistry educators are introducing systems thinking to help students see chemistry’s connections to the wider world

Cover image:Chemistry educators are introducing systems thinking to help students see chemistry’s connections to the wider world


Credit: Chris Gash

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Quote of the Week

“We’re learning chemistry and policy and how they all interplay with society or economics.”

Shelly Maxwell, student, University of Michigan–Flint

Undergraduate Education

In these classrooms, chemistry is part of a larger whole

Chemistry educators are introducing systems thinking to help students see chemistry’s connections to the wider world

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    Constructive criticism works best when it’s a 2-way street

  • Career Ladder: Joslynn Lee

    This Native American chemist’s path through industry and education eventually led her back to academia and home

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Misconduct

Harvard chemist Charles Lieber charged with fraud

Feds allege that he failed to disclose Chinese funding to US agencies and his university

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