written by: Ana Arteaga The seventh annual WCC Merck Research Award Symposium, hosted on Sunday, August 21, 2022, recognized eight outstanding and talented graduate students. The award winners came together […]
Malika Jeffries-El is the Associate Dean of the Graduate School in Arts and Sciences and Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Division of Materials Science at Boston University. Dr. Jeffries-EL’s research focuses on the development of organic semiconductors –materials that combine the processing properties of polymers with the electronic properties of semiconductors.
The Queen’s University Student Chapter of the American Chemical Society invites you to attend a short seminar as part of the 95 of the ACS Women Chemists Committee (WCC) . th Presenters Anniversary Celebration will include Dr. ( QWN Amanda Bongers (Chemistry), Angela Lyon/Dr. Shoma Sinha Network [ Queen’s Women’s ) & Queen’s Partnerships and Innovation (QPI)] [Representative from Sc ientista and/or WiSQ, and ( Awaiting response panel/Q&A by the presenters at the end . s ) ] , with a Refreshments will be provided.
The Northeastern Local Section supported the two-day “Rise Up Boston: A Climate Event” at the Museum of Science in Boston. ACS volunteers engaged about 300 visitors in hands-on activities and gave out wildflower seeds to raise awareness about No Mow May.
Here is an article from Daniel Reddy about his newly formed ACS chapter as well as acknowledging WCC in their event. ‘E Pluribus Unum’: Queen’s University Student Chapter of the […]
The Women Chemist Committee (WCC) is pleased to offer several awards as part of its mission to attract, retain, develop, promote, and advocate for women to positively impact diversity, equity, […]
Congratulations to WCC 95 Years of Excellence across the chemical enterprise! For this year’s celebration, WCC will focus on its mission to advocate and promote women chemists and their work […]
Join ACS and IUPAC on February 16, 2022 for the Global Women’s Breakfast! The
Global Women’s Breakfast is an event that happens on a single day in February of each
year in conjunction with the U.N Day of Women and Girls in Science. In celebration of
2022’s central theme “Empowering Diversity in Science”, the ACS will host a virtual
panel event and networking sessions with prominent female chemists. Registration is
by Despina Strong Recently, C&E News published the 2022 ACS National Award winners. The 2022 winners include chemists from governmental institutions, industry, and academia with several winners from organizations outside […]
The ACS Eastern New York Section seeks nominations for the Buck-Whitney Award, which recognizes original work in pure or applied chemistry. The award consists of a bronze medal and citation, a […]
Please register here: https://bit.ly/ACS_Implicit_Bias
“Sexual Harassment in Science: Continuing the Conversation” was a symposium which took place virtually at the 2021 ACS Fall National Meeting on August 23, 2021. This program was a continuation […]
written by Ana Arteaga The sixth annual WCC Merck Research Award Symposium, hosted on Sunday, August 22, 2021, recognized eight outstanding and talented 3rd and 4th-year graduate students. The award […]
The WCC congratulates the class of 2021 ACS Fellows. We are proud to count four former and current WCC Executive Members as part of this honored group. […]