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Westmont College, founded in 1937, is an interdenominational Christian liberal arts college in Santa Barbara, California. Wikipedia.


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Journal of Chemical Education | Year: 2012

This letter is a response to Alexander Grushow's article, "Is It Time To Retire the Hybrid Atomic Orbital?" This letter suggests reasons for why valence bond theory and the associated hybrid atomic orbitals should continue to be taught in the chemistry curriculum. © 2012 American Chemical Society and Division of Chemical Education, Inc. Source


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Agency: NSF | Branch: Standard Grant | Program: | Phase: | Award Amount: 25.00K | Year: 2014

This award will provide funds to partially support the 17th annual Conference Experience for Undergraduates (CEU), which is held as part of the Fall Meeting of the APS Division of Nuclear Physics. This years meeting will be held October 7 - 11, 2014, in Waikloloa, Hawaii and will be held jointly with the Japanese Physical Society. The CEU is a natural venue for students who have had an undergraduate research experience to present the results of their work and interact with other students as well as faculty and senior researchers. The CEU has been immensely successful in fostering this interaction, which helps students to have a broad introduction and exposure to research across nuclear physics, and to enable senior researchers to get to know some of the junior future leaders. Partial support will be provided for approximately 20 undergraduate students, out of a planned total of 125.


Grant
Agency: NSF | Branch: Standard Grant | Program: | Phase: | Award Amount: 25.00K | Year: 2012

This award provides funds for conference support for approximately 29 undergraduate students (out of a total of 135) attending the fall meeting of the Divisions of Nuclear Physics of the American Physical Society, in East Lansing, MI (October 26-29, 2011). It is the 14th annual Conference Experience for Undergraduates (CEU). The CEU is a natural venue for students who have had an undergraduate research experience to present the results of their work and interact with other students as well as faculty and senior researchers. CEU has been immensely successful in fostering this interaction, which helps students to have a broad introduction and exposure to research across nuclear physics, and to enable senior researchers to get to know some of the junior future leaders.


Grant
Agency: NSF | Branch: Standard Grant | Program: | Phase: | Award Amount: 25.00K | Year: 2013

This award provides funds for conference support for approximately 43 undergraduate students (out of a total of 133) attending the fall meeting of the Division of Nuclear Physics of the American Physical Society, in Newport Beach, CA (October 24-27, 2012). It is the 15th annual Conference Experience for Undergraduates (CEU). The CEU is a natural venue for students who have had an undergraduate research experience to present the results of their work and interact with other students as well as faculty and senior researchers. CEU has been immensely successful in fostering this interaction, which helps students to have a broad introduction and exposure to research across nuclear physics, and to enable senior researchers to get to know some of the junior future leaders.


This award will provide funds for conference support for approximately 39 undergraduate students (out of a total of 125) attending the fall meeting of the Division of Nuclear Physics of the American Physical Society, in Newport News, VA (October 23-26, 2013). It is the 16th annual Conference Experience for Undergraduates (CEU). The CEU is a natural venue for students who have had an undergraduate research experience to present the results of their work and interact with other students as well as faculty and senior researchers. CEU has been immensely successful in fostering this interaction, which helps students to have a broad introduction and exposure to research across nuclear physics, and to enable senior researchers to get to know some of the junior future leaders.

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