Seminars of William F. Polik

 
  1. Wayne State University, "Eigenstate Spectra of a Molecule at its Dissociation Threshold: S0 Formaldehyde", 9/21/88.

  2. Indiana University, "Eigenstate Spectra of a Molecule at its Dissociation Threshold: S0 Formaldehyde", 10/21/88.

  3. Hope College, "Laser Spectroscopy of Excited Molecular Species", 10/28/88.

  4. University of Wisconsin, Madison, "Eigenstate Spectra of a Molecule at its Dissociation Threshold: S0 Formaldehyde", 2/14/89.

  5. Purdue University, "Eigenstate Spectra of a Molecule at its Dissociation Threshold: S0 Formaldehyde", 4/18/89.

  6. Hope College, "Chaos and Quantum Mechanics", 10/31/89.

  7. Kalamazoo College, "Characterization of Energetic Molecules by Dispersed Fluorescence Spectroscopy", 11/13/90.

  8. ACS National Meeting, "Unimolecular Dissociation Dynamics by Eigenstate-Resolved Spectroscopy", 4/18/91.

  9. Bowling Green University, "Characterization of Energetic Molecules by Dispersed Fluorescence Spectroscopy", 4/30/91.

  10. Hope College, "Introduction to CAS Online", 7/10/91.

  11. ACS National Meeting, "Teaching the Principles and Applications of Lasers in Chemistry", 8/28/91.

  12. Calvin College, "Characterization of Energetic Molecules by Dispersed Fluorescence Spectroscopy", 10/3/91.

  13. Grand Valley State University, "Laser Spectroscopy of Excited Molecules", 9/25/92.

  14. University of Michigan at Dearborn, "Laser Spectroscopy of Excited Molecules", 10/23/92.

  15. Dow-Corning Corporation, "Characterization of Materials by Dispersed Fluorescence and Raman Spectroscopy", 2/11/93.

  16. Northwestern University, "Dispersed Fluorescence Spectroscopy of Excited Molecules", 3/8/93.

  17. ACS National Meeting, "Vibrational Spectroscopy and Dynamics of Excited S0 Formaledhyde", 3/16/94.

  18. Notre Dame University, "Spectroscopy and Dynamics of Energetic Molecules", 4/14/94.

  19. Hope College, "Computational Chemistry and Molecular Visualization", 5/4/94.

  20. Dartmouth College, "Spectroscopy and Dynamics of Energetic Molecules, 3/1/95.

  21. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, "Spectroscopy and Dynamics of Energetic Molecules, 3/14/95.

  22. Princeton University, "Spectroscopy and Dynamics of Energetic Molecules, 5/11/95.

  23. Intramolecular Dynamics and Spectroscopy Conference, "Dispersed Fluorescence Spectroscopy of Excited Molecules", 7/11/95.

  24. Hope College, "Multi-Photon Spectroscopy of Diatomic Molecules", 9/29/95.

  25. ACS National Meeting, "Polyad Models for Highly Excited Vibrational States", 8/26/96.

  26. Ohio State University, "Spectroscopy of Excited States", 10/21/96.

  27. ACS Midland Section Meeting, "Spectroscopy of Excited States", 10/26/96.

  28. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, "Tapping into Funding Resources: Proposal Writing at PUIís", 10/4/97.

  29. University of North Carolina, "Spectroscopy of Excited States", 10/9/97.

  30. Unleashing the Power of Learning and Teaching with Technology Ameritech Conference at Madonna University and Hope College, "DISCUS: A WWW Discussion Board for the Electronic Classroom", 5/20/98.

  31. Hope College, "DISCUS: A WWW Discussion Board for the Electronic Classroom", 6/3/98

  32. New Technology and Ways of Learning Workshop at Kalamazoo College, "Using WWW Discussion Boards in the Classroom", 6/18/98.

  33. GLITTER 98, Hope College, "Discus: A WWW Discussion Board for the Electronic Classroom", 11/13/98.

  34. The Evergreen State University, "Understanding Chemical Reactions", 1/21/99.

  35. University of Pittsburgh, "Spectroscopy of Excited States", 10/28/99.

  36. Hope College Kleinheksel-Van Zyl Science Symposium, "Understanding Chemical Reactions", 11/5/99.

  37. ACS National Meeting, "Pure Vibrational Spectroscopy of Polyatomic Molecules", 3/27/00.

  38. ACS National Meeting, "Interactive Uses of the WWW for Chemical Education", 3/29/00.

  39. Beckman Scholar Symposium, "Quantum Mechanics of Highly Excited States", 7/28/00.

  40. Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, "The Place of Undergraduate Research in the ACS Guidelines", 7/31/00.

  41. Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, "Interactive Uses of the WWW for Chemical Education", 8/2/00.

  42. Undergraduate Research Symposium in Mathematics and the Physical Sciences, "Understanding Excited Molecular States: Spectroscopy, Resonances, and Bridge Disasters", 11/5/00.

  43. Wayne State University, "Spectroscopy and Quantum Mechanics of Highly Excited States", 3/7/01.

  44. ACS Central/Great Lakes Regional Meeting, "A Modern Physical Chemistry Laboratory Experience to Match Current Chemical Practices", 6/11/01.

  45. ACS Central/Great Lakes Regional Meeting, "WebMO: Visualizing Computational Chemistry on the World Wide Web", 6/11/01.

  46. ACS Central/Great Lakes Regional Meeting, "Biochemistry in the ACS Guidelines", 6/12/01.

  47. ACS National Meeting, "WebMO: Visualizing Computational Chemistry on the World Wide Web", Chicago, IL, 8/26/01.

  48. University of California, San Diego, "Pure Vibrational Spectroscopy of Polyatomic Molecules", 1/22/02.

  49. Second MOPAC Users Group Meeting, "WebMO: A Web-based Interface for MOPAC", 4/7/02.

  50. Claremont Colleges, "Spectroscopy and Quantum Mechanics of Excited States", 4/30/02.

  51. Hope College, "How Do Chemical Reactions Occur?", 9/12/03.

  52. Indiana University, "Spectroscopy and Quantum Mechanics of Highly Excited Molecules", 9/27/03.

  53. College Chemistry Consultants Service, American Chemical Society, "The 2003 ACS Guidelines", 10/4/03.

  54. University of Southern California, "Measurement and Computation of Molecular Potential Energy Surfaces", 11/10/03.

  55. Hope College Computer Science Seminar, "Computational Science and High-Performance Computing", 1/29/04

  56. ACS National Meeting, "WebMO: Web-Based, State-of-the-Art, and Cost Effective Computational Chemistry", Philadelphia, PA, 8/25/04.

  57. Hope College, "Measurement and Computation of Molecular Potential Energy Surfaces", 9/17/04.

  58. University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, "Spectroscopy and Quantum Mechanics of Excited Vibrational States," 4/22/05.

  59. Fall 2005 National ACS Meeting, Washington, DC, "ACS Guidelines for Undergraduate Chemistry Programs: Change for the Future," 8/29/05.

  60. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, "Pursuing a Career at a Predominantly Undergraduate Institution," 9/19/05.

  61. University of Maryland, Baltimore Country, "WebMO: Web-based, state-of-the-art, and cost-effective computational chemistry," 10/24/05.

  62. University of Maryland, Baltimore Country, "Measurement, Modeling, and Computation of Molecular Potential Energy Surfaces via Vibrational Spectroscopy," 10/25/05.

  63. Spring 2006 ConfChem, "WebMO: Web-Based, State-of-the-Art, and Cost Effective Computational Chemistry", 6/16/06.

  64. International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy, Ohio State University, "A Practical Procedure for ab initio Determination of Vibrational Spectroscopic Constants, Resonances, and Polyads," 6/19/06.

  65. Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, Purdue University, "Changes in the Guidelines and Evaluation Procedures for ACS Approval of Four-Year Programs: Curricular Aspects," 8/1/06.

  66. Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, Purdue University, "Aligning the Guidelines for Two- and Four-Year Programs: Faculty, Facilities and Resources," 8/1/06.

  67. Fall 2006 National ACS Meeting, San Francisco, "Progress Report on the Revision of ACS Guidelines for Approval of Bachelor's Degree Programs in Chemistry," 9/11/2006.

  68. Fall 2006 National ACS Meeting, San Francisco, "Proposed ACS Guidelines for Program Self-Evaluation: A CPT/Audience Dialog," 9/11/2006.

  69. Midwestern Association of Chemistry Teachers at Liberal Arts Colleges, St. Mary's College, South Bend, "Proposed Revisions to the ACS Guidelines for Undergraduate Programs: Motivation, Changes, and Possibilities," 10/28/06.

  70. James Madison University, "Measurement, Modeling, and Computation of Potential Energy Surfaces," 1/16/07.

  71. University of Wisconsin, Madison, "Measuring and Modeling Resonances among Excited Vibrational States of Polyatomic Molecules," 11/20/07.

  72. 2008 Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, University of Indiana, Bloomington, "General Chemistry Experiences at Two-Year and Four-Year Programs," (P143), with John Clevenger, 7/28/08.

  73. 2008 Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, University of Indiana, Bloomington, "Overview of the New ACS Guidelines for Bachelor's Degree Programs," (P296), 7/28/08.

  74. 2008 Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, University of Indiana, Bloomington, "New Application and Reporting Procedures," (P300), 7/28/08.

  75. Fall 2008 National ACS Meeting, Philadelphia, "Overview of the 2008 ACS Guidelines for Bachelor's Degree Programs," (CHED 140), 8/18/08.

  76. Fall 2008 National ACS Meeting, Philadelphia, "Case Studies and Applying the ACS Guidelines to Real Curricular Situations," (CHED 145), with Cynthia K. Larive, Suzanne Harris, and Nancy Mills, 8/18/08.

  77. Centre for Organic Photonics and Electronics Summer School, Moreton Bay Research Station, University of Queensland, Australia, "WebMO: Web-Based, State-of-the-Art, and Cost-Effective Computational Chemistry," 12/1/08.

  78. University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, "Promoting Excellence: The New American Chemical Society Guidelines for Undergraduate Chemistry Education," 4/6/09.

  79. University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, "Measuring, Modeling, and Computing Resonances in Excited Vibrational States of Polyatomic Molecules," 4/20/09.

  80. University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, "Measuring, Modeling, and Computing Resonances in Excited Vibrational States of Polyatomic Molecules," 5/29/09.

  81. University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, "Promoting Excellence: The New American Chemical Society Guidelines for Undergraduate Chemistry Education," 5/29/09.

  82. University of Sydney, Australia, "Promoting Excellence: The New American Chemical Society Guidelines for Undergraduate Chemistry Education," 6/12/09.

  83. University of Sydney, Australia, "Measuring, Modeling, and Computing Resonances in Excited Vibrational States of Polyatomic Molecules," 6/15/09.

  84. Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, "Measuring, Modeling, and Computing Resonances in Excited Vibrational States of Polyatomic Molecules," 6/18/09.

  85. Fall 2009 National ACS Meeting, Washington DC, "WebMO: Web-based, state-of-the-art and cost-effective Computational Chemistry," (COMP 152), 8/18/09.

  86. Hope College, "An International Collaboration to Model HO2 Dissociation and Recombination Kinetics," 9/4/09.

  87. Midwestern Association of Chemistry Teachers at Liberal Arts Colleges, Hope College, Holland, MI, "New ACS Guidelines: Developing Excellence Through Degree Tracks", 10/16/09.

  88. Midwestern Association of Chemistry Teachers at Liberal Arts Colleges, Hope College, Holland, MI, "New ACS Guidelines: Innovation Through One-Semester Foundation Courses", 10/17/09.

  89. Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, Boston, MA, "The New ACS Guidelines: A Stimulus Package for Educating Chemistry Students in the 21st Century", 11/12/09.

  90. Spring 2010 National ACS Meeting, San Francisco, CA, "ACS Guidelines for Chemical Safety Education in Undergraduate Chemistry Programs", (CHAS 12), 3/22/10.

  91. ACS Post-to-Faculty Workshop, Fall 2010 National ACS Meeting, Boston, MA, "ACS Guidelines", 8/20/10.

  92. Fall 2010 National ACS Meeting, Boston, MA, "How a National ACS Meeting Works", (PHYS 8), 8/22/10.

  93. Fall 2010 National ACS Meeting, Boston, MA, "Using the 2008 ACS Guidelines to Promote Excellence and Improve Rigor in Undergraduate Chemistry Education", (PRES 10), 8/23/10.

  94. Spring 2011 National ACS Meeting, Anaheim, CA, "History of the ACS CPT Guidelines and Approval Process", (CHED 38), 3/27/11.

  95. University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, "Future Directions in Chemistry Education", 11/11/11.

  96. Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, "Measuring, Modeling, and Computing Resonances among Excited Vibrational States of Polyatomic Molecules", 2/26/13.

  97. PUI to Postdoc Program, Hope College, "The ACS Guidelines for Undergraduate Chemistry Education: Promoting Excellence, Rigor, and Innovation", 4/11/13.

  98. PUI to Postdoc Program, Hope College, "WebMO: A Low-Cost Tool for Teaching State-of-the-Art Computational Chemistry", 4/11/13.

  99. Hope Academy of Senior Professionals, Holland, MI, "2013 Nobel Prize in Chemistry", 11/26/13.

  100. Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, Grand Valley State University, Grandville, MI, "Computational Chemistry Integrated throughout the Undergraduate Curriculum", 8/6/14.

  101. PUI to Postdoc Program, Hope College, "ACS and ASBMB Departmental Certification", 4/16/15.

  102. PUI to Postdoc Program, Hope College, "WebMO: A Low-Cost Tool for Teaching State-of-the-Art Computational Chemistry", 4/16/15.

  103. Chemistry Collaborations Workshops & Community of Scholars, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA, "Deploying WebMO at Your Institution", 6/19/15

  104. University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, "Measuring, Modeling, and Computing Resonances among Excited Vibrational States of Polyatomic Molecules", 8/13/15.

  105. Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, "Measuring, Modeling, and Computing Resonances among Excited Vibrational States of Polyatomic Molecules", 10/19/15.

  106. Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA, "Measuring, Modeling, and Computing Resonances among Excited Vibrational States of Polyatomic Molecules", 12/10/15.

  107. Hope College, "Chemical Computation Made Easy!", 4/16/15.

  108. Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting, American Chemical Society, Hershey, PA, "Using WebMO throughout the Chemistry Curriculum to Explore Molecular Shapes, Conformations, Energy Surfaces, Spectroscopy, Orbitals, and Symmetry", 6/4/17.

 
William F. Polik 
Department of Chemistry 
Hope College 
Holland, MI 49422-9000 
 
phone: (616) 395-7639 
fax: (616) 395-7118 
email: polik@hope.edu 
url: http://www.chem.hope.edu/~polik