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The Senior Chemists Committee was established on January 1, 2013 as a Joint Board-Council Committee. The Committee serves two constituencies within the ACS: (1) seniors who are still active either as full-time or part-time employees, consultants, or those who still wish to stay closely connected to the ACS and its spectrum of activities; and (2) younger members and students who have questions about a chemistry-based career or who have started careers, but are looking for guidance in how to progress. The committee's goal is to address and support the needs and ambitions of senior chemists and to utilize their experience and knowledge. It's mission is to develop and implement an active seniors’ network to provide two-way communication; increase the number of local section senior chemists committees in the next three years; and develop activities that engage senior chemists in utilization of their expertise and experience.
Apr 7, 2009
|Should the Senior Chemists Committee get rid of the Silver Chemists Designation (Logo)? 5 days ago||by James Chao|
|Should the eligibility to be a member of Senior Chemists be a different age? 2 weeks ago||by James Chao|
|Are universities educating too many or too few chemistry students? 2 weeks ago||by James Chao|
|ACS Councilor News/Committe Alerts - August 2016 3 weeks ago||by Semora Smith|
|The Newsletter for Senior Chemists - June 2016 2 months ago||by Semora Smith|
|C&EN Comment by Tom Beattie, SCC Chair: Senior Chemists Committee-Examining & Implementing Our Role 3 months ago||by Semora Smith|
|Mini-Grants Offered by the Senior Chemists Committee - Deadline July 15, 2016 3 months ago||by Semora Smith|
|Under Construction: Specifications for the Senior Chemists Community: A Forum 3 months ago||by James Chao|
|Future SCC Private Website for Appointed Committee Members Work in Progress and Other Documents 3 months ago||by James Chao|
|What are you doing? 2 years ago||by Gaetano D'Angelo|