Monthly Archives: September 2015

Message from the President: 2015 CSW Electronic Elections Procedures

The CSW Nominations and Elections Committee is proud to present an outstanding slate of candidates for the 2015 election. Candidates are running for positions as Officers, Councilors and Managers with terms beginning in 2016. Detailed candidate information, including biographies and statements are listed in alphabetical order for each office on the candidate slate pages. Candidate statements will also be available with […]

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2015 ACS National Election Candidates

More information about ACS policies for elections and campaigning can be found in Bulletin 5, Bylaw V and in Guidelines on Campaigning and Communication. Candidates for President-elect Bryan Balazs Allison A. Campbell   Candidates for Director-at-Large Lee H. Latimer Willem R. Leenstra Ingrid Montes Mary Jo Ondrechen Thomas W. Smith Bryan Balazs Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA BALAZS, G. BRYAN California Section. Lawrence Livermore […]

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2015 Local Election Candidate Statements

Candidate for President-elect Jason Schaff Candidate for Secretary Jennifer Young Tanir   Candidates for Councilor Allison A. Aldridge Christopher Avery Darryl A. Boyd Dennis Chamot Bhushan Mandava Kim M. Morehouse Matt Windsor Candidates for Manager Alan M. Ehrlich Zory Glaser Mukes Kapilashrami Amol A. Kulkarni Sara Orski Bradley Scates Nevart Tahmazian Candidate for President-elect Jason Schaff I am honored to be […]

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A Reason for Optimism: Proof That Your Vote Counts

By Rebecca Flores More laws that regulate what you eat, drive, and breathe are passed at the state level than the federal level. Do you know your state legislators? If you are anything like most people, you may know your federal representatives but not your state officials. I decided to research how people vote in state-level elections to see if […]

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Bucket List Achievement Unlocked

By Karina Herrera-Guzman Traveling is an obsession of mine. Since I started to study chemistry as an undergraduate student, I always dreamed about the possibility of traveling. I had heard that science gave you that opportunity. Science isn’t only about exploring the basis of knowledge; it’s also about exploring different cultures and networking with different disciplines. We do that because it […]

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Project SEED Research Symposium

The 2015 CSW-SEED Research Symposium will be held on September 12, 2015, 10 am- noon at ACS Headquarters (1155 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20036).  At the symposium, the 2015 CSW-SEED fellows will be presenting their summer research at the poster/and oral presentation. Project SEED is a flagship program of American Chemical Society and provide summer chemistry research opportunity to the economically disadvantaged […]

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Washington Chromatography Discussion Group Open House & Poster Session

The Washington Chromatography Discussion Group (WCDG) is hosting an open house and poster session, and invites CSW members to participate! CSW members are invited to present their projects, and posters that have been recently presented at other conferences are welcome. If you have presented a separations related poster at a scientific meeting recently, submit your abstract and present the poster at our event.  There is […]

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