Are you Ready for the ACS National Meeting in Indianapolis?

Hello ACS Student Members!

The 246th ACS National Meeting in Indianapolis is fast approaching!  Here are a few things you can do to prepare:

  1. Apply for our National Meeting Travel Grant!
    If you are planning to present a poster at the ACS National Meeting in Indianapolis, your chapter may be eligible for a $300 National Meeting Travel Grant!  Apply today! Due Thursday, June 27th!
  2. Volunteer! 
    If you wish to volunteer with the Undergraduate Program at the 246th ACS National Meeting in Indianapolis, please visit our Signup Genius webpage.  If you need instructions on how to signup, please take a look at the following video:

  3. Sign Up for Speed Networking
    If you are interested in meeting a multitude of chemistry professionals in a very short period of time, RSVP for our speed networking event taking place on Monday, September 9 from 4-5:30 pm in the Indianapolis Convention Center.
  4. Join Us for a Free Screening of Supercar: Building the Car of the Future
    Sunday, September 8th SOCED is proud to co-sponsor a screening of Supercar: Building the Car of the Future with CEI. This documentary covers the development of new cars, including materials, fuels, software, and design. Discussion with experts to follow.  Ask your students to join us and learn about the car they may drive one day!
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