First, this program would not happen without the teachers and students coming from the high schools.
The hands-on demonstrations and facilitation of the workshop would not be possible without the help of graduate students (some undergraduate too) coming from Chemistry Graduate Student Association and also from Atmospheric Science and Chemical Engineering departments.
Critical were/are the faculty contributing with their presentations and coordinating demonstrations. Faculty involved are:
A. Kubatova, Chemistry.
D. Delene, M. Poellot, Atmospheric Sciences.
F. Bowman, W. Seames, M. Mann, S. Benson, Chemical Engineering.
R. Wood, Political Sciences
Finally, the workshop was enabled and continues to be supported through National Science Foundation Grants. We also appreciate the ongoing support of SUNRISE and Red River ValleyAmerican Chemical Society.
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