ACS Network workshop

Created by John Shugart on Feb 11, 2013

Thursday, February 21, 2013 at UTC, 701 Vine Street, Chattanooga, Tennessee. Grote Hall room 319

Starts at 6:00 PM · Ends at 6:30 PM, EDT (America/New_York)

  • John Shugart

Dr. J. H. Shugart will conduct a 30 minute workshop on the use and utility of the ACS Network


Below is a description of the ACS Network from the ACS ---

The ACS Network is the social tool of the American Chemical Society. From scientific collaborations and advice for landing your next job to ideas for chemical demonstrations and the latest research, you'll find what you're looking for in our public forums, groups, and personal blogs. As a chemist, this resource allows you to connect with other chemists throughout your career. The content is owned by the ACS and its functionality is being developed with the chemical community in mind. It uses the ACS ID, the same credentials you use to renew your dues or to access C&EN or other publications online. The ACS Network can be used to plan activities, organize projects, share interests and support webpages.


Time: 6:00 PM, EST Presentation at UTC

7:00 PM, EST Dinner and Social at Big River Grill


Menu: Tables will be reserved at Big River Grill, and we will order off the menu (Dutch treat). Please send reservations so that an accurate reservation can be made.


Reservations: Please send reservations to john.shugart@chattanoogastate.edu. Please make reservations by 5 pm on Monday February 18th.

UTC, 701 Vine Street, Chattanooga, Tennessee. Grote Hall room 319