I just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Laura. I am new to this chemistry society. And i just wanted to make new friends.
Hope everyone is having a great day and even a better week!
I am Sarah and I am new to ACS. Are you a student?
Hi Laura Welcome to the ACS!!!! My name is Nelvin, I'm an undergraduate student majoring in Chemistry/Pre-med!!
My name is Iulia, I'm studying for a master's degree in Organic Chemistry.
Welcome to the ACS and ACS Network!
Yes i am an undergrad student attending University of Texas Pan-American in Texas.
Thank you for welcoming me! Hope to make friends on here.I'm barely getting the hang of the website.
Iulia Alexandra Gudovan You're working on your master's degree? Congratulations!
I see that I am a few months late in making this post, but I am even newer to the ACS Network community. My name is Aaron and I too am an undergraduate going for my Bachelor's of Science in Chemistry.
Any suggestions on important things to check out on the ACS website?
I am also fairly new to this and am glad that you posted this. Im glad people are able to be reached out and connected through our interests on this website.
I agree. This seems like a great resource to get to know peers in the scientific world and stay up to date on what the scientific world is doing.
I am a sophomore going for my Bachelor's of Science degree in Chemistry with a concentration in Physics. How about you?
I am an incoming freshman going for my bachelor's in Chemical Engineering. However, I was not too sure if I wanted to either major in Chemical Engineering or just pure chemistry. One of the reasons I also joined was to hear everyone's opinion on the matter.
I actually considered going for Chemical Engineering, but the University that I am going to doesn't offer that as a major. They did have a 3-2 program (three years there and two at another school) but after talking to my adviser, I decided to just go for straight Chemistry. I was not positive that CE was what I wanted to do, and if I do want to do that I can go for a Master's in Chemical Engineering, although I would probably have to take a few engineering classes for a basis.
Chem Engineering is a great field. Too bad your university does not offer it. A few of my friends are going for pure chemistry. Most engineers have their masters degree so I think that would not be a problem but you might have to take those intro engineering courses which are not so bad. Personally, physics is alright but I do enjoy chemistry a lot more.
I'm also new to this community and want to make friends. so thank God i found you.
Mary (from Ghana)
I thought the same thing when I was trying to figure out this website.
I see. To God be the glory then
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