Monthly Archives: November 2016

Project SEED: Mentors Needed

Project SEED is a program for economically disadvantaged high school students administered by the American Chemical Society (ACS) that offers a unique opportunity to spend a summer conducting hands-on research with a scientist in a laboratory setting. Project SEED programs are initiated and hosted by research institutions (academic, government, or industrial laboratories). Students work 8–10 weeks and are awarded a […]

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Apply Now: U.S. National Chemistry Olympiad (USNCO) Mentor Needed

Sponsored by the American Chemical Society (ACS) The USNCO seeks a Chemistry Olympiad Mentor.  Some of the duties and responsibilities associated with this position are: helping to conduct a two-week study camp for the nation’s brightest twenty chemistry high school students at the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado for the following years: 2018, 2019 and 2020, developing practice […]

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Dr. Mark L. Miller to Speak at Joint CSW/WCDG Meeting in November

On November 17, Dr. Mark L. Miller, Research Chemist at the FBI Laboratory’s Counterterrorism and Forensic Science Research Unit, will speak at a joint meeting of the Chemical Society of Washington, and the Washington Chromatography Discussion Group. Meeting logistics can be found on the next page. Abstract: Challenges in Forensic Separations The popularity of forensic science on TV shows and […]

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