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Content: Changing the course of chemistry / Paul T. Anastas, Evan S. Beach -- Using green chemistry to enhance faculty professional development opportunities / Margaret E. Kerr, David M. Brown -- The garden of green organic chemistry at Hendrix College / Thomas E. Goodwin -- Integrating green chemistry throughout the undergraduate curriculum via civic engagement / Richard W. Gurney, Sue P. Stafford -- Integrating green chemistry into the introductory chemistry curriculum / Marc A. Klingshirn, Gary O. Spessard -- Greening the chemistry lecture curriculum : now is the time to infuse existing mainstream textbooks with green chemistry / Michael C. Cann -- Green analytical chemistry : application and education / Liz U. Gron -- Linking hazard reduction to molecular design : teaching green chemical design / Nicholas D. Anastas, John C. Warner -- Integrating green engineering into engineering curricula / Julie Beth Zimmerman, Paul T. Anastas -- Green laboratories : facility-independent experimentation / Kenneth M. Doxsee -- Student-motivated endeavors advancing green organic literacy / Irvin J. Levy, Ronald D. Kay -- K-12 outreach and science literacy through green chemistry / Amy S. Cannon, John C. Warner -- Green chemistry education : toward a greener day / Mary M. Kirchhoff
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Paul T. Anastas (born May 16, 1962 in Quincy, Massachusetts) is the Director of Yale University's Center for Green Chemistry and Green Engineering, Previously he served as the Science Advisor to the United States Environmental Protection Agency as well as the Agency's Assistant Administrator for Research and Development, appointed by President Barack Obama.
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