Mole Day Breakfast at 6:02 am
For years, the Mole Day Foundation (NMF) has been waking the ChemEd delegates up for the traditional 6:02 am breakfast. Delegates celebrate with a hardy breakfast, lots of Mole Day prizes, the announcement of The Mole of the Year, the pledging of allegiance to the Mole, and some fun music as the Mole Day song is heard.
Mole stroll for the active early birds
Whether you do a Mole Run or a Mole Stroll, it will be 6.02 km and will start at 6:02 am!
Reg Friesen lecture
The honorary lecture was inaugurated at ChemEd 87 to recognize Reg Friesen’s outstanding contributions to the chemical education community. Reg was the founding editor of Chem 13 News in 1968 and was actively involved in the ChemEd conference series from its inception in 1973.
Ice cream social
Every ChemEd has an Ice Cream Social! Ours will be ice cream made on campus by the Department of Food Science, University of Guelph.
Kid’s Camp is a ChemEd highlight!
Kid’s Chem is a program designed to accommodate families at the conference. The program is targeted toward school-age children and will provide fun and engaging science activities while you engage in high school chemistry.