Feb. 13 - RSVP deadline for the WCC meeting on Feb. 15
Feb. 15 - Meeting of the Women Chemists Committee (WCC) at
Chili’s in Richmond.
Feb. 15 - Deadline for reservations for Forensic Science Lab tour on Feb. 23
Feb. 16 - Deadline for dinner reservations for the Section meeting on Feb. 23
Feb. 23 - Tour of the Virginia Department of Forensic Science (sponsored
by the YCC)
Feb. 27 - Program-In-A-Box, “Opioids–Combating Addiction with Chemistry” -
Reynolds Community College, Richmond
Feb. 23 - Virginia Section meeting at the University of Richmond (Dr. John
March 9 - Virginia Section meeting at Randolph-Macon College (“Chemical
April 13 - Virginia Section meeting at the University of Virginia (Dr. Shana Cyr;
Undergraduate Research Poster Session)
The Virginia Section will be hosting the
Chemistry Olympiad local exam
between February 26 through March 24, 2018.
For more information click.
The Virginia Section is sponsoring a travel grant for a local section high school teacher to attend the 25th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education (BCCE).
To apply please follow this link or contact Kathleen Spangler at email@example.com
Applications are due February 20.
Link to application.
Are you new this year to the Virginia Section of ACS?
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The Virginia Local Section serves the community by advancing chemistry and communicating its impact on people’s lives. Our Mission is to inspire, educate, develop, and connect Virginia chemists and the community for the benefit of Earth and its people.
The section fulfills its mission by promoting public awareness of chemistry, being involved in community outreach programs and working with chemistry students and STEM programs to enhance scientific awareness and communicate the value of chemistry in our society. We provide networking opportunities and mentoring experiences to connect chemists working in government, academics and industry to strengthen and serve the local chemistry community. The Virginia Section has a rich history of many activities and events it has supported to promote the chemical sciences throughout the past 100 years. We need your passion and dedication to drive success for the next 100 years.
The publications of the Virginia Section are available within “The Bulletin” menu item. The Bulletin is published monthly from September through April each year. The Bulletin is the main publication for local sections meetings, special events and news.
The executive officers and committees chairs contact information are listed in the menu item, Executive Committee. The Virginia Section has several active committees that bring chemistry to the community. The general description of the focus of each committee is posted under the Committees menu item. Help the Virginia Section by serving on one of our committees or volunteering. Engagement provides opportunities for networking and development. To get more information, volunteer your services, or make suggestions, contact the Chair of the section, Kathleen Sink Spangler at 804-370-8097 and firstname.lastname@example.org
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