For those of you looking out over the snow covered landscape and huddling over course catalogs or maybe even preparing that first P-chem assignment, I have an exciting announcement for you: in only 2 short months, in sunny San Diego, the ACS 243rd National Meeting will be in full swing! And we have a jam packed agenda waiting for you there!
Some of you know this, and have registered for your travel grants and submitted your abstracts in anxious impatience. Others of you are reading this right now and thinking to yourself, ACS has a National Meeting? But whether you’re a National Meeting veteran or a first time attendee, we’d like to show you what a great time we have in store for you.
For example, you can share your best chemistry demo ideas with other chapters at the Chem Demo Exchange:
You can learn what activities other ACS Student Chapters take part in:
You can view the work of over 11,000 chemists at one of over 100 technical and poster sessions:
You can hang out with a mole!
You can also:
network with other chemists, learn about graduate school, explore the chemistry of a cup of java, learn about UN climate change conferences, meet graduate school recruiters, reach out with National Chemistry Week pros, find out what to do after you get into grad school, celebrate chapter awards, attend an undergraduate social, go to the beach, attend an eminent scientist lecture, make your demos matter
Whether you are already registered or have never heard of it, visit our Undergraduate Meeting Page to learn more.
Moreover, if you have a favorite event or there’s something else, we want to know! Tell us what you think in the comments section.