November 15 Virginia Section Meeting PARKING UPDATE:
Parking is no longer available in the parking lot listed in the Bulletin.
Please park along College Ave. or in the lot at the corner of Thornton and College Ave.
Signs will be posted for the ACS meeting.
The Bulletin of the American Chemical Society, Virginia Section
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Are you new this year to the Virginia Section of ACS?
Being new to Virginia Section of ACS can perhaps be a little intimidating. We want to help alleviate any uneasiness as you are introduced to this unfamiliar environment with warmth and help you get the most out of your experience. Our new “Buddy System” matches up new members with longer-standing members. Click on Activities and then New Member for the forms to sign up for this activity.
November 14th, 5:30 pm (Evonik, 7801 Whitepine Road, Richmond, Virginia 23237 ): Evonik Tour
During this tour, you will get a chance to learn more about Evonik through a company overview and tour the laboratory. Space is limited, 30 attendees
If attending, please park in the employee lot and enter through the back of Evonik through the employee entrance. There will be employees that will escort you into the building. Contact Heather Lourenco (email@example.com) if interested in attending
November 17th-18th: NOBCChe VA-STEM Minority Student Leadership Summit
Day 1 Kick-off and Fundraiser Open to the Public
Friday November 17th, 5PM- Fifth Baptist Church, 1415 W. Cary St. Richmond, VA 23220
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Christine Darden, an aeronautical engineer and one of NASA's 'colored' human computers portrayed in the movie Hidden Figures kicks off the Summit with a program open to the public.
Day 2 General Program, STEM students and faculty
Saturday November 18th, 8:30 AM- 5PM VCU Student Commons, 907 Floyd Avenue, Richmond, VA 23284
Both events are free for NOBCChe and ACS Student Members with Membership Number. Otherwise: $15 person, $5 students.
Contact Colleen Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat and for more detail.
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