Artwork created by ATEMS student Layla Ingram-Alger has been chosen as part of an international competition to celebrate the International Year of the Periodic Table.
Ingram-Alger’s artwork design was the choice of judges to represent the Carbon element tile. Her submission is part of the celebration sponsored by the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada, and will be part of a poster, wall mural and the website here: https://uwaterloo.ca/chemistry/artwork-reveal-Timeline-of-Elements.
The submission was supported by the Association of Chemistry Teachers of Texas (ACT2) that held their biennial meeting in Abilene at McMurry University last summer. Ingram-Alger is a student of ATEMS teacher Julee Isenhower.