ACS Student Member Communities
THANK YOU, undergrads for helping make the 253rd ACS National Meeting a HUGE success! While at the meeting you attended more than 25 events specific to the undergrad audience, presented 1400+ posters, sat in on technical symposia (including Eminent Scientist lecturer Dr. Carolyn Bertozzi), and received congratulations on a job well-done from ACS President, Dr. Allison Campbell at the Student Chapter Awards Ceremony.
If you’re a student member who was unable to attend the meeting, check out what Alex Goranov and Lana Nitti had to say about their experience in San Francisco! Hopefully, we’ll see in at the 254th ACS National Meeting in Washington, DC this fall.
Important Dates & Reminders
Community Interaction Grant
Your chapter can receive up to $500 in matched funding for activities that support science learning for minority K-12 students. The applications for the Community Interaction Grant are due April 28, 2017.
New Activities Grant
Active chapters are eligible to receive up to $500 in matching funds to support new and innovative chemistry-related projects. The applications for the New Activities Grant are due April 28, 2017.
Student Chapter Report Deadline
Chapter reports are due soon for student chapters in the U.S. and Puerto Rico! Reports should be submitted using the Student Chapters Online chapter management tool. You can find out more information about how to submit a report on our website. Reports are due on May 24, 2017 at 6:00 a.m. in your time zone.
Resources for Student Members
Experience the New inChemistry!
inChemistry magazine, ACS’ magazine for students and student members, has a new look and is now accessible anywhere, on any device! Check out inChemistry, for everything you need to know about the chemistry college life, grad school, careers, and ACS! Don’t forget to share with your friends and professors.
Calling All Students!
The ACS Undergrad Programs team invites YOU to become the newest writer for the Undergrad Blog. Now it’s easier than ever to upload an article for consideration. Click here to learn more.