Our higher education professional development is aimed at sharing best practices in integrating green chemistry in higher education programs, including developing resources for chemistry faculty and students to connect toxicology concepts to chemistry content in their courses and programs.
Through the Green Chemistry Commitment, Beyond Benign facilitates a community of practice within the chemistry field to share best practices and tried-and-true approaches to green chemistry in higher education. Our approach includes:
Our Co-Founder and Executive Director Dr. Amy Cannon has been invited by the North Carolina State Un...Find out more »
toxicology for chemists
We facilitate workshops at national chemistry and chemistry education conferences and develop curriculum resources that are aimed at providing chemistry faculty with:
- Understanding in the principles of toxicology, the molecular mechanisms of how chemicals affect human health and the environment, and the resources to identify and assess molecular hazards
- Opportunities to learn from and interact with their peers who are integrating toxicology concepts into chemistry courses and programs
faculty fellowship program
Beyond Benign works with faculty members on collaborative projects through the Green Chemistry Commitment program. Fellows work for one or two semesters with Beyond Benign staff to lead programs within the Green Chemistry Commitment. LEARN MORE
"I am very unfamiliar with toxicology and followed all presentations. I thought it was presented at a very appropriate level."
- 2016 BCCE Toxicology for Chemists workshop participant