49th C3 Conference, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Université de Saint-Boniface (USB)

Friday, May 26th – Sunday, May 28th, 2023

Pour version française, cliquez ici

The 2023 Conference theme:

“Nuts & Bolts Challenges in Chemistry Education, from Primary School to University Level”

Registration Options: Full conference only.

Chemistry concepts are first introduced in primary schools (colors, states and properties of matter; materials; introduction to particle theory). Then, high school curricula cover many other topics like the electrical nature of matter, atomic and molecular structures, stoichiometry, the nature of energy, and more. Chemistry education brings a variety of challenges at every teaching level in each community.

This conference aims at bringing together the different groups involved in chemistry education (school teachers, educators, college/university professors, chemists, and other specialists) in order to share our experience and knowledge to better support student success.

We encourage you to come and share your chemistry teaching experience, or propose solutions to these challenges (regardless of levels) by submitting a presentation (talk or poster format). You will sure find a sensitive audience among all the conference participants.

Bookmark this page as program details, updates, and online registration will be coming soon.

Preliminary Program At-A-Glance.


Optional activities:

The Welcome Reception will be held at Brasserie Nonsuch Brewing on Friday, May 26th from 5:30 pm and will include beer tasting and appetizers.

Thursday May 25th:
Possible visit to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Friday morning May 26th:
Visit to the Royal Canadian Mint

Friday afternoon May 26th:
Visit to the Forks National Historic Site

Saturday May 27th, early evening:
C3 Annual Banquet at the Restogare and Bistro in Saint-Boniface.

The 2023 Conference Organizers:
François Gauvin (Coordinator, retired chemistry professor from Faculty of Science)
Michael Dickman, Bilkiss Issack, Gabriel Marineau-Plante (from Faculty of Science);
Diane Pellerin (from Research Office).