The ACS Scholars Program is more than just a scholarship, it’s a network of passionate chemical professionals who want to help and support future chemists during a crucial time in their lives.
The program is a community that dedicates itself to representing minority students from high school seniors to undergraduate students who want to study chemical sciences. Scholars are chosen based on career objective, academic standing, leadership skills, financial need and involvement in school or community activities.
Of the previous scholars in the ACS Scholars Program:
- Over 300 have completed a Ph.D. program
- More than 50% of alumni chose to purse higher degrees
- 90% earned baccalaureate degrees with 80% in the chemical sciences
Apply and learn more information here. Applications close March 1.
The OSU chapter of the American Chemical Society has several events planned for this semester, and is looking for interested chemistry students to join! A tentative list of events for Spring 2019 is as follows:
Early February: Volunteering at the Union with College Mentors for Kids
February 26th @ 7pm in McPherson 2017: “ACS program in a box”
March 6th: Volunteering in the Short North
More to come in late March and April!
If you have any questions about events or membership please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The American Chemical Society is pleased to announce the
23rd Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference &
9th International Conference on Green and Sustainable Chemistry.
The conference will be held in Reston, Virginia on June 11-13, 2019.
Early Bird Registration is Now Open!
Register now for the lowest rates to the Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference/International Conference on Green and Sustainable Chemistry (GC&E/GSC-9) which is themed “Closing the Loop” of the chemical life cycle.
You can learn more about and register for the conference online.
Chemical Abstract Services (CAS) is looking for eager students to apply for their part-time information specialist positions! CAS is a division of the American Chemical Society (ACS) and works to solve challenges in business, content, technology, and resources to drive scientific discovery forward.
This position offers flexible hours for students and the opportunity to work hands-on with chemical information.
- Sophomore standing in Biochemistry, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, or related major
- At least one completed Organic Chemistry course
- Availability for 12-18 months
- Excellent organizational, reading comprehension, problem-solving, self-management, and communication skills
If interested, you can apply here. CAS is looking to hire for work over Winter Break, however, they will also accept applications for students who cannot start until the beginning of next semester.
Congratulations to undergraduate Emily Rodriguez on receiving the American Chemical Society Scholar Award! The ACS Scholars Program awards renewable scholarships to underrepresented minority students majoring in undergraduate chemistry-related disciplines, and who are also intending to pursue careers in the field of Chemistry. Recipients can receive up to $5,000 per academic year.
“Chemistry has always been a door for me; it has opened the way to many opportunities and adventures. Being selected as an ACS Scholar has not only validated all of the hours put into my study of chemistry, but it will also allow me to pursue endeavors in which I can not only enrich my knowledge of chemistry, but also spread my love of chemistry to others. The American Chemical Society has always been a resource for me to use educationally, and I look forward to the many other opportunities now available to me as a scholar of this organization.” -Emily Rodriguez
A local section of Younger Chemists’ Committee (YCC) here in central Ohio is being developed. The purpose of a YCC is to form a community of early career scientists interested in making connections with their peers in a professional yet informal setting. This organization will facilitate social, academic, and professional development events throughout the year, as well as work closely with national YCCs and the local Columbus ACS section to help our community expand and evolve.
In order to begin establishing this organization, this Survey Form has been provided for students to fill out. If you are interested in participating in the first event which will be held at Pins Mechanical Co. on October 26th from 6-8PM, please fill this out.
Please consider attending and getting involved with the Columbus Section YCC!
Here is a flyer for the inaugural mixer and
Undergraduate and Graduate Students
Participants from ALL colleges and universities
in the Columbus area are solicited
Undergraduate Category: 1st – $300, 2nd – $200, 3rd – $100
Graduate Category: 1st – $300, 2nd – $200, 3rd – $100
Saturday, March 25, 2017
10:30 AM – 1:30 PM (Presenters arrive by 10:00 AM)
The Ohio State University
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Chemistry (CBEC) Lobby
140 W. 19th Avenue
Columbus, Ohio 43210
The American Chemical Society is hosting a chemistry career-related workshop titled “Finding Your Path” on Saturday, February 18th from 10:30am-2:00pm in CBEC 130.
This is a wonderful opportunity to network, as well as learn about what it is like to work in a chemistry field!
The event will host a speaker from the American Chemical Society and many members from the American Chemical Society-Columbus Section. During the workshop, you will learn about the four sectors of chemistry employment and which best aligns to your values and strengths. You will also learn about planning your next steps to obtaining your ideal position, and effective networking and job searching.
A boxed lunch will be provided during the workshop. There will also be opportunities to win chemistry related prizes.
The event is free to all Chemistry students from the Columbus, Ohio area. Parking will be validated for students outside of OSU campus.
Those who plan to attend must RSVP by February 11th on the Columbus ACS website.
The American Chemical Society is looking for a Journal Marketing Manager for their organic and med portfolio.
The Marketing Manager is responsible for planning and administration of marketing campaigns for a portfolio of journals. They also engage the scientific community to drive inbound manuscript submissions in terms of quality and quantity, as well as helping to drive readership.
Potential journals under management include, but are not limited to:
- Journal of Organic Chemistry
- Organic Letters
Applicants should be chemistry or biochemistry graduates and have business experience and good communication skills.
Interested candidates can get more information about the position and apply online.