AP/Honors Chemistry Educator,
to the 2012 Chemagination competition, which is geared to
high school students who have taken or are currently taking
advanced placement or honors level chemistry.
may know, the Chemagination contest is in its tenth
year. It was originally created by the American Chemical
Society (ACS) as an optional educational outreach activity
for local sections of the professional society. The
Princeton ACS local section is sponsoring the 2012
Chemagination Contest, with the endorsement of the Trenton
ACS local section.
2.0 Kickoff" session on October 25 at Princeton
University was an information session for high school
educators. If you missed it, you can view the slides by
Guidelines, the Article Submission Form and Student
Guidelines are also available at this website. These
materials should answer many of your questions.
we are reaching beyond the Princeton and Trenton areas to
AP/Honors science teachers throughout NJ who want to engage
their classroom students or after-school science club in
this competition which challenges teams of two to three HS
students to imagine inventions using chemistry that will
create breakthroughs in our lives. The Princeton and Trenton
local sections of ACS look forward to meeting many high
school teachers who are new to this competition!
poster contest portion of this state competition will
be held at Princeton University, Saturday
afternoon, April 14, 2012 (tentative date), and first place
winners may compete regionally at the Chemagination contest
(during MARM) at University of Maryland Baltimore campus:
June 2, 2012. If these locations are a considerable distance
for you and your students to travel, please take that into
consideration in your planning. Email email@example.com
as soon as possible to communicate your school’s intention
students become the innovators of tomorrow!
Committee Chair and 2012 Chemagination Competition
Princeton American Chemical Society Local Section