Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Green (Gordon) Chemists in Oregon

Dwight Tshudy, chemistry, writes:
“I am the second member of the Gordon Chemistry Department to attend the annual Green Chemistry in Education Workshop at the University of Oregon. It was a week of learning and networking with others interested in green chemistry from around the country and around the world. This was a great experience since the University of Oregon Chemistry Department is a strong proponent of green chemistry. Our own organic chemistry professor Irv Levy was an invited speaker this year, which added to the workshop. I will be bringing more green chemistry into my general chemistry and analytical chemistry classes starting this fall. You can learn more about green chemistry activities in education by visiting the GEMs page at the University of Oregon.”

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