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YCC Turning Tables

Turning Tables Fall 2014


The Official Newsletter of the American Chemical Society’s Younger Chemists Committee

Get Ready for #ACSsanfran: Chemistry & Global Stewardship

248th ACS National Meeting ACS Roadmap

Ready for #ACSsanfran? Check out the YCC Roadmap to jumpstart your planning!

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Fall 2014 CIBA Award Winners

The ACS Younger Chemists Committee (YCC) and the CIBA Foundation are proud to introduce the Fall 2014 CIBA/YCC Young Scientist Travel Award Winners. Be sure to hear the winners’ presentations during the meeting.

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2014 Priscilla Carney Jones Award Winner

In partnership with the WCC, the YCC administers the Priscilla Carney Jones Scholarship to female undergraduate majors in chemistry or related disciplines who are beginning their junior or senior years of study.

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Chemistry Champions Finals #ChemChamps

We’ve got five early-career chemists with a burning story to tell and we want YOU to vote for your favorite.
Doors open Sunday August 10 at 6:30 PDT

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Take a Selfie for Science!

Get ready to promote your science at ACS SanFran! Between August 8th and August 15th, tweet a picture of yourself with your research and add the hashtag #ScienceSelfie and #acsSanFran. @YCC will retweet! Include your abstract number so people can find you at the conference.

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Joining us in San Francisco? Let us know! Tweet #ACSsanfran

ACS Undergrad Speed Networking Session

Are you a chemistry professional who is interested in volunteering to participate in the Undergraduate Speed Networking with Chemistry Professionals event, Monday, August 11, 2014, from 4:00 - 5:30 pm at the 248th ACS National Meeting in San Francisco, CA?

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Graduate & Postdoctoral Scholars Reception

Network with fellow graduate students and postdocs, as well as ACS Divisions, YCC representatives, and ACS staff!

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"Follow The Mole" Social Media Project

During the Fall ACS National Meeting & Exposition Prof. Molenium will appear at various locations and hand out free gifts to attendees. Each day of the conference, Prof. Molenium will announce where he will be on his blog, at least 1 hour before the event.

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Judges Needed for ENVR Merit Award!

The Division of Environmental Chemistry is seeking judges for presentations competing for the Certificate of Merit of ENVR. Judging will take place for both oral and poster sessions throughout the conference. ENVR will host over 30 symposia this fall around the program theme of Chemistry and Global Stewardship. If you’re interested in serving, contact Sophie Minori Uchimiya