Attention Local Section Leaders:

 

Joseph Jolson has shared an Overview of the Local Job Market for Chemical Professionals in Pittsburgh, PA and suggests that other local sections might be interested in using it as a guide to develop similar materials for their areas.

Are you proud to be an ACS Member? Do you have an ACS Member-Get-A-Member Periodic Table Blanket and love to show it off? Think a SmartWatch will look great on your wrist? Well, if so, we have the perfect photo contest for you.


Simply take a photo that shows us why you love your Periodic Table blanket. Then, either post it on the ACS Facebook Contest Page using our submission tool or submit by uploading to Twitter or Instagram and tagging your photo with #ACSPhotoContest. It’s that simple! More details regarding the contest are available on our contest page. Entries are due by November 15, 2013.

 

 

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Seeking volunteers to chat informally about their chemistry careers with small groups of undergraduate students at the Undergraduate Speed Networking Event with Chemistry Professionals during the Spring 2013 ACS National Meeting in New Orleans. Chemists with traditional and nontraditional careers, from all job sectors, graduate students, postdocs, and retired chemists are invited to participate. This event will be held at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center on Monday, April 8, from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. If you are available volunteer for 30 minutes or longer, please contact Lori Betsock at l_betsock@acs.org or at (800) 227-5558, ext. 6188.

Were you unable to attend the ACS national meeting a few weeks ago? Were you in Denver but couldn’t make it to all of the technical sessions you wanted? Want to share some of the meeting’s cutting-edge scientific research with colleagues, friends, or students?

 

Now you can watch any of approximately 425 presentations recorded during the 242nd ACS National Meeting in Denver, Colorado at www.acs.org/meetingcontent. Featuring PowerPoint slides synched with audio, these presentations permit you to jump directly from slide to slide to find the specific information you need.

 

Reflecting the breadth of science available at ACS national meetings — including this meeting's thematic program of "Chemistry of Air, Space & Water" — the recorded sessions include:

  • Chemistry of Air, Space, and Water Plenary
  • Chemistry as a Tool for Space Exploration and Discovery at Mars
  • Empowering Tomorrow's Science Super Heroes
  • Getting Your First Industrial Job
  • Fifty Years of Inorganic Chemistry: A Celebration of Past, Present, and Future
  • MEDI Drug Discovery Research Centers
  • Arthur C. Cope and Arthur C. Cope Scholars Award Symposium
  • Celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Marie Curie's Nobel Prize in Chemistry

 

Visit www.acs.org/meetingcontent to see the full list of available presentations and to access this valuable content free of charge.

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