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Michelle Rogers
WCC Events at the 254 ACS National Meeting, Washington DC
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Maya Nilkant
By Jodi Wesemann        Dr. Anastassia Alexandrova, is an Associate Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry at UCLA, where her research focuses on multiscale modeling of materials. She earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Saratov University, conducted predoctoral work at the Russian Academy of Sciences, earned her Ph.D. at Utah State… (Show more)
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Maya Nilkant
By Kim Woznack        Dr. Amanda Hummon, 2016 WCC Rising Star, is a Pittsburgh, PA native who completed her undergraduate work at Cornell University, followed by her Ph.D. at the University of Illinois, Urbana‐Champaign. After postdoctoral appointments with the University of Illinois and the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of… (Show more)
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Maya Nilkant
By Kim Woznack   Dr. Karelle Aiken, 2016 WCC Rising Star, is currently an Associate Professor at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, GA. She is recognized for her outstanding work at GSU with undergraduate students, graduate students, and new faculty members.      Karelle Aiken was born in Jamaica. As a young woman, she was part of… (Show more)
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Maya Nilkant
Social media plays a large role in every day communication. Keep up‐to‐date on the latest ACS WCC news by liking our Facebook page, following us on Twitter, and checking our website. Make sure to like our posts, share the information and re‐tweet our tweets! Facebook has started to limit organic shares of posts unless you pay to boost your post.…
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Maya Nilkant
Chair: Laura Sremaniak Awards and Recognition: Amy Nicely and Christine Chow Communications & Technology: Michelle Rogers Professional Development: Mary Jane Shultz Programs & Events: Amy DeBaillie Program Chair: Kim Woznack and Renée Cole Newsletter Editor: Nahid Mohajeri Webmasters: Samina Azad and Bevin Parks Awards Task Force:…
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Michelle Rogers
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine is conducting a study of the impacts of gender-related experiences on women in science, engineering, and medical fields, and they have contracted with RTI International to gather information for the study. RTI International plans to conduct one-hour, in-depth telephone interviews with… (Show more)
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Michelle Rogers
Photo Credit: Becky Kirkland, North Carolina State University   By 2017 Chair - Laura Sremaniak   The WCC’s 90th anniversary year is well underway with an exciting line up of events planned for the fall national meeting.   In the few months since my last message, the Women Chemists Committee has embarked on revising our Strategic Plan. A group… (Show more)
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Michelle Rogers
By Ean Warren   Women in the Chemical Enterprise Breakfast August 21, 2017, 7:30 am–9:00 am Marriott Marquis Washington DC, Independence Salon E (Ticketed Event)     For over 20 years, WCC has organized the Women in the Chemical Enterprise Breakfast, a long-lasting program designed to initiate discussion on topics relevant to women in the… (Show more)
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Michelle Rogers
  Earle B. Barnes Award for Leadership in Chemical Research Management: Symposium in honor of Laurie E. Locascio   Sponsored by ANYL, Cosponsored by PRES and WCC August 22, 2017, 2:00 pm–4:30 pm Grand Hyatt Washington, Constitution Ballroom E   Have you ever thought about taking on a leadership position but questioned your experience or the… (Show more)
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