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College Chemistry Canada (C3)

College Chemistry Canada (C3) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of the teaching of chemistry primarily at the college and university level. Click here to find out more about C3.

In response to popular demand, we will be hosting the 47th annual College Chemistry Canada (C3) conference this year!  It will be a FREE virtual conference, with 5- and 10-minute oral presentations as well as opportunity for discussion and community engagement. We missed this opportunity to get together last year, and we look forward to catching up!
Here are some of the details:
Dates: Thursday, May 27 and Friday, May 28
Times: 9:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. PDT (1:00 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. ADT) 
Delivery mode: Synchronous online, via Zoom

Conferences details can be found here


 

RECENT NEWS

47th Conference. (6/14) was held virtually. The YouTube link to most of the recorded sessions can be accessed by clicking here. Many thanks to Carl Doige for his work in putting this channel together!

Spring Newsletter. (4/30) The deadline for the Spring Newsletter has been postponed to June 8, 2021 so that some of the conference ideas can be captured and highlighted.

C3 Newletter Available Online. (2/26) Click here for the most recent February 2020 issue.

(06/24) Photos from Victoria are now available, visit the 2019 Conference page to browse the photos.

(06/03) An article in memory of the remarkable life of Margaret-Ann Armour, can be found here.

2020 C3 Conference. (05/27) Will be hosted by Université de Saint-Boniface
(Winnipeg, Manitoba). May 22nd to 24th, 2020. Click here for the Conference flyer.

2019 C3 Conference. (05/27) Was hosted by Camosun College.

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2019 Student Awards.

The Host College Student Award and General Student Award were presented to Kourosh Pazandeh and Erin Evoy respectively. The photo shows Erin accepting her award from C3 president Jimmy Lowe, and conference co-organizer, Camosun's John Lee.

 

2021 Conference

The 47th Annual Conference was held virtually on May 27 and 28. Click the link to find the program of events and abstracts.

 

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