Center for Enabling New Technologies Through Catalysis
A NSF Center for Chemical Innovation
CENTC offers a variety of educational
programs. See below for a brief synopsis of each. Click "Learn more" to
get more information. Feel free to contact Eve Perara, Director of
Diversity, Education and Outreach (firstname.lastname@example.org)
CENTC Undergraduate Summer Research Program Fellowships are
available for undergraduate summer research any of CENTC’s locations.
CENTC Undergraduate Summer Research Program
Fellowships are available for undergraduate summer research any of CENTC’s locations.
High School Visits
Researchers are available for high school class visits to present and discuss the importance of chemistry in the synthesis of materials important to our economy. Visits include hands-on activities and information and discussion about chemistry careers.
CENTC Summer Schools
CENTC organized summer schools on catalysis in
2008 and 2010.
Educational Video Library
Videos from CENTC's 2008 Summer School on Organometallic Catalysis can be viewed here.
Watch the Video - Lunch with a Laureate, CENTC
Investigator Richard Schrock
Download the presentation - "What Comes From Oil?"
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