More than 25 volunteers from Phillips 66 and CPChem gathered to assemble chemistry kits to help 4th and 5th graders participate in National Chemistry Week. Approximately 1900 kits were assembled and are being delivered to 20 different schools in Northeast... more
Greetings from Pittsburg State University,
MOKANOK section is hosting 2020 ACS Pentasectional meeting at Pittsburg State University on Saturday, April 18, 2020.
Abstracts for the oral presentations will be accepted in the following areas:
More than 120 people (and over 100 local students) attended Dr. Schmidt's seminar on September 16, at the Tri County Tech, and learned about the chemistry involved when a solid phase micro extraction fiber is inserted into a honeybee hive.more
Please join the NOK ACS in our support of National Chemistry Week October 21 - November 1. We are seeking volunteers to go out to local elementary schools and perform experiments with the kids. This event is a fun and rewarding experience for volunteers a... more
We are excited to announce that our speaker for third quarter of 2019 is Dr. Norman Schmidt of Tabor College. The details of his talk is below (flyer also attached)
Title: Chemistry of the Beehive
Abstract: If one were to sample the air in a hive of hone... more
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Dear NOKACS Members,
We are in need of Volunteer judges for the 2019 Bartlesville District Science Fair to be held on Friday, Feb. 22, from 5:30-8:30 p.m. and Saturday, Feb. 23, from 7:45-11:30 a.m. at the Phillips 66 Research Center.
Pizza will be served b... more
The Northern Oklahoma Section of the American Chemical Society (NOK ACS) proudly invites you to attend their annual NOK ACS Technician of the Year Award ceremony on October 23 at 2pm.
Over the last 70 years, NOK ACS has supported and promoted chemistry in... more
We had a great time listening to Bill Mattson, Ph.D. present “Creative Problem Solving in Chemical Research”. The talk was very interactive, and we had several volunteers participate on stage. Bill even showed us a few magic tricks! It was certainly a fun... more
Hello NOK ACS Members,
The Northern Oklahoma section of the ACS has finished judging for the local Technician of the Year award. We are happy to announce this year’s winners. The candidate pool, the applications, and the letters of support were all remarka... more
Greetings Northern Oklahoma ACS Members,
Please join us for the 3rd Quarter Local Sections Seminar Speaker Tour
When: Tuesday, September 25, 2018
Time: 6:00-9:00 pm, Social hour 6:00-6:30 in the bar area (cash bar). (Free for NOKACS Members, $10 for non-memb... more
Belated thank you to speaker Jeremey Praetorius, Ph.D. for presenting “Beer, Chemistry and the Art of Homebrewing” on July 31st at the Frank Phillips Club in Downtown Bartlesville, OK.
We had a great time listening to Jeremy discuss everything related to b... more
Congratulations to our Northern Oklahoma ACS members who have completed milestones for 50 and 75 years of membership and service to the American Chemical Society in 2018!
75 Year Member(s):
50 Year Member(s):
Please join us in congratulating James Martinez of Bartlesville High School as the recipient of the Excellence in Chemistry Award in 2018.
This year’s Excellence in Chemistry Award was presented on May 18th during the Bartlesville High School Senior Awards... more
The Northern Oklahoma ACS would like to thank all of the students and volunteers who participated in the 2018 Chemistry Olympiads. We had the an excellent turn-out this year, with 17 students taking the exam. Special thanks to Keith Lawson, Gary Layman, J... more
The 2018 Bartlesville District Science Fair, hosted at the Phillips 66 Research Center on February 23-24, gathered around 300 students from Bartlesville and vicinities. Our participation in the science fair is an excellent way to help students develop an... more