The Orlando Section is busily preparing for the upcoming National Meeting. They would like to highlight Florida chemistry by sharing vignettes of local professionals, companies and research.
See below for instructions on how to participate in this free promotional opportunity for you and your research.
send a short narrative that will be used for vignettes about the exciting work you do and to show conference attendees the outcomes chemistry delivers.
b) Local companies:
c) Retirees with a career in the area:
d) Leaders and researchers attending the meeting:
e) Local host booth: Let us know if you are interested in staffing the local host booth to answer questions on where to eat or shop in the area, or to find specific landmarks.
Deadlines: Respond in the survey link here promoting your work & volunteers ACS Conference 2019 Orlando to let us know by November 17 if you can help us with a vignette or would like discuss your work at our booth during the national meeting. We would appreciate receiving the information for a vignette by December 1.
Thank you for making Florida a great place to do chemistry.
National ACS Meetings
Many members of the local section attended that National Meeting in New Orleans, LA in March. Below are several photos of our student members at the national meeting. We hope everyone had a great time!
Eckerd College students (clockwise from left) Sean Bradley, Maggie Cooper, Dallas Dukes, Erich Eggers, and Brooke Trimmer (shown standing in front of their posters) were awarded travel awards to the New Orleans National ACS meeting this past March by the Tampa Bay section of the ACS.
Members of the UT student group stand in front of their poster at the Sci-Mix.