Notice: the ICE Office will be closed through Friday, May 15

In response to the COVID-19 situation we must close the ICE Office and Online Store until May 15th. Our office will reopen Monday, May 18. The University of Wisconsin-Madison has requested that only absolutely essential operations continue. We regret the inconvenience but these are not typical times. As the COVID-19 situation develops further we will post updates here. If you have questions, please contact us by email at ice@chem.wisc.edu. We will try to respond within 48 hours.

Chemistry Camps Cancelled for summer 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Wisconsin-Madison has cancelled all face-to-face summer outreach programs, including ICE Chemistry Camps. We will provide full refunds to all who have already registered. We regret being unable to provide hands-on science to children for the first time in more than 35 years.

ICE Staff

You can reach all ICE staff at ice@chem.wisc.edu or by calling 608/262-3033 or toll free 1-888-220-9822.

John W. Moore

John W. Moore
Director

Andrew Greenberg

Andrew Greenberg
Education and Outreach

Elizabeth Moore

Elizabeth Moore
Editorial Advisor

Linda Fanis

Linda Fanis Craft
Sales and Marketing Manager

Luke Moyer

Luke Moyer
Customer Support and Fullfillment

 
 

John W. Moore

Director

John Moore has served as the director of ICE since 1989, when he moved to the University of Wisconsin–Madison as professor of chemistry. His research, development, and dissemination efforts starting with Project SERAPHIM served as a prelude to ICE, the Chemical Education Digital Library (ChemEd DL), and the education and outreach efforts of the Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center (NSEC). He has led ICE in a wide range of endeavors that have evolved with changes in science, teacher interest, and support. These include summer workshops for teachers, summer chemistry camps for middle school students, the publication and dissemination of materials for teachers, development of demonstrations and hands-on activities, adapting advances in materials science and nanoscale science into materials that teachers can use. He and Andrew Greenberg headed the education/outreach efforts of NSEC, a multi-million multidisciplinary Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center, NSEC, at UW–Madison. He was also the PI of the ChemEd DL project, a part of NSF's National Science Digital Library. He is author of many textbooks, including a major general chemistry text.

For more information about John Moore's professional activities, visit his UW Research Group page.

 

Andrew Greenberg

Coordinator of Education and Outreach

Andrew Greenberg coordinates ICE's education and outreach efforts. These range widely, including REU summer programs, Nanoscience Webquests, online nanoscience courses for teachers, an outreach program of hands-on science and engineering activities to Boys and Girls Clubs, and nanoscale museum exhibits.

As an Associate Faculty Associate in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Andrew served as the Co-Leader of the Education and Outreach Group for UW-Madison's NSEC project (Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center). He is also the Director of the REU (Research Experience for Undergraduates) in Nanotechnology and the REU in Chemistry and Chemical and Biological Engineering programs.

 

Elizabeth Moore

Editorial Advisor

Betty Moore uses her experienced editor's pen to enhance, enlarge, clarify, and improve ICE materials: print and online, booklets and forms, elementary and advanced.

 

Linda Fanis Craft

Sales and Marketing Manager

Linda manages the sales and marketing for ICE.