Annual Meetings

Each fall, members gather at a MACTLAC institution for a two day meeting.  The meeting (usually in October) provides a forum for faculty at liberal arts institutions to discuss a variety of issues of mutual interest and concern.
If you and your college are interested in hosting a future meeting, please read the Guidelines for Host Institutions document.


History of Meeting location and theme
No. Year (and link to annual report) Location Theme
65 2017 Monmouth College, Monmouth, IL
64 2016 College of St. Benedict/ St. John’s University
St. Joseph, MN
Re-imagining Chemistry: Innovations in Undergraduate Chemistry Curricula
63 2015 Millikin University, Milwaukee, WI  Green Chemistry’s Silver Anniversary: A Look Ahead
62 2014 Alverno College, Milwaukee, WI  Chemistry in our Community
61 2013 Westminster College, Fulton, MO  Frontiers in Chemistry
60 2012 Albion College, Albion, MI  Emerging Issues in Chemical Education
59 2011 Beloit College, Beloit, WI  Energy
58 2010 Luther College, Decorah IA  Chemistry on the Fringe
57 2009 Hope College, Holland MI  Integration of research into teaching: Improving learning through research
56 2008 University of Dubuque, Dubuque IA  Molecular Visualizations: Do our students see what we see?
55 2007 Viterbo University, LaCrosse WI  Chemistry at the Interface of Biology
54 2006 St. Mary’s College, South Bend IN  Whither Chemistry ?    Whether Chemistry ?
53 2005 Lawrence University, Appleton WI   Exploring Nanoscience from a Chemical Perspective
52 2004 Clarke College, Dubuque IA   Green Chemistry
51 2003 Evansville University,
Evansville IN
  New Dimensions in Chemistry
50 2002 Illinois Wesleyan University,
Bloomington IL
  2002 – A Symmetric Year (50th Anniversary)
49 2001 University of St. Thomas,
St. Paul MN
  A Chemical Odyssey in Time and Space
48 2000 Taylor University, Uplands IN   Chemistry: 2000 and Beyond
47 1999 Augustana College,
Rock Island IL
  Chemical Education over the 20th Century: What Have We Learned?
46 1998 Wartburg College,
Waverly IA
  Chemistry in the New Millennium: Making the Transition
45 1997 Calvin College,
Grand Rapids MI
  Environmental Chemistry in the Curriculum
44 1996 Loras College, Dubuque IA   Incorporating Polymer Chemistry into the Undergraduate Curriculum
43 1995 Hamline University, Minneapolis MN   Chemistry: An Essential Element in the Liberal Arts
42 1994 Alma College, Alma MI   The Chemistry Curriculum in Transition
41 1993 Olivet Nazarene University, Kankakee IL   Computers in Chemical Education
40 1992 Grinnell College, Grinnell IA   The Role of Investigation in Chemical Education
39 1991 Albion College, Albion MI   Chemistry: The Introductory Course
38 1990 Lake Forest College, Lake Forest IL   Chemistry: Connections and Diversity
37 1989 Luther College, Decorah IA   Chemistry for Non-science students
36 1988 St. Mary’s College, Notre Dame IN   Opportunities in chemistry

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