Florida Annual Meeting and Exposition (FAME 2015) will be held on May 7-9, 2015 at Innisbrook Resort in Palm Harbor, FL. It is an excellent opportunity for all of you and your students to present your research and meet with colleagues from other Florida Universities.
You will have a chance to attend the Florida Award presentation, as well as Showcase symposium, thematic symposia covering all aspects of the contemporary chemical research, keep in track with recent developments in your area.
Please see the attached poster and the link to the registration site below. Abstracts deadline is April 9th
Hope to see you all at Innisbrook!
Harry Price from the ACS-Orlando Section gets recognized by ACS for being a Chemistry Ambassador! See the story by clicking on the link below:
All are invited to attend the last installment of the Science Café in the Physical Sciences Building, Room 161, at 6:30PM, Thursday, December 11, 2014. Dr. Shengli Zou, Department of Chemistry, will present on the Big Impact of Tiny Metal Nanoparticles. The free event is intended to provide a comfortable atmosphere for UCF researchers to talk about their work to colleagues, students, and interested members of the Orlando community. Drinks and appetizers will be available. Please RSVP at http://sciences.ucf.edu/cafe
The Science Café is monthly event sponsored by the Office of Research & Commercialization, the Graduate Society of Physics Students, the Physics Department and the Office of Environmental Health & Safety.
For more information contact Jose Vazquez at 707-823-2605, email@example.com
I see from C&EN that our member and former ACS president Gordon L. Nelson (not a known relative of mine) is the acting president of the Council of Scientific Society Presidents <http://thecssp.us/>
The news is in the second paragraph of the C&EN article at <http://cen.acs.org/articles/92/web/2014/09/Madeleine-Jacobs-Named-President-CEO.html>
Perhaps we could get a press release on this for our newsletter as a note about what one of our members is doing to promote, fund, and implement long-range planning for the science community.
He's "our guy" and it is appropriate for us to express our pride in his recent activity.
-- Ralph Nelson
The American Chemical Society’s Fellows Oversight Committee is delighted to announce that Dr. Darlene K. Slattery of the Orlando Section has been selected as a member of the 2014 class of ACS Fellows. ACS Fellows are nominated by their peers and selected for their outstanding achievements in and contributions to the sciences/profession and for providing excellent volunteer service to the ACS community. Please join the Committee in recognizing Dr. Slattery on being a part of this distinguished group of ACS members!
The 2014 ACS Fellows will be honored at a special ceremony during the ACS National Meeting in San Francisco, CA on Monday, August 11, 2014 from 2:00–4:30 p.m. The event will be held at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square in the Grand Ballroom B and is open to all attendees. You are invited to attend as the newly elected Fellows are honored.
The list of 2014 ACS Fellows appeared in the July 14 issue of Chemical & Engineering News and the article is at http://cen.acs.org/articles/92/i28/2014-ACS-Fellows.html. The ACS Office of Public Affairs has also issued a press release and it is at http://www.acs.org/content/dam/acsorg/funding/fellows/2014_ACS%20Fellows_press%20release.pdf. Information about the ACS Fellows Program, including lists of Fellows named in earlier years and more details about the 2014 class, is available on the ACS website at http://www.acs.org/fellows.