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Viewing: CHEM 6298 : Capstone Seminar in Environmental and Green Chemistry

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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Chemistry (CHEM)
CHEM
6298
Capstone Seminar in Environmental and Green Chemistry
Capstone Seminar
Fall 2016
3
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Discussion Group
Field Work (Internship)
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Group projects carried out with an external partner or client—such as a government agency, nonprofit group, or chemistry laboratory research project—that identify and solve real world scientific problems related to environmental and green chemistry.
1. Apply semi-quantitative logic to address fundamental questions regarding energy sources, production and use on a global scale. 2. Apply interpersonal and communication skills needed to work collaboratively with other scientists. 3. Translate scientific concepts and research outcomes to non-scientists. 4. Present research findings to a scientific audience 5. Identify new research in chemistry that might be potentially transformative in facilitating new innovations in environmental chemistry.
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