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Register now for 13th Annual Family and Friends Picnic!logo

August 14, 2016 (Jackie Thomas)

Ask family and friends to join you on Sunday, September 11, as we welcome the new ACS year and enjoy a beautiful fall afternoon together. Reconnect with ACS friends and make new ones in the relaxed and casual atmosphere at Germania Park.

Activities and entertainment will include food, drinks, games, and chemistry fun. New this year is an informal poster session highlighting some of the ways to get involved and connect with colleages who share your interests.

Click here for more information and to register.

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logoSave the Date - First Annual GO-CHEM Event in the Columbus

August 14, 2016 (Mark Laskovics)

GO-CHEM stands for Greater Ohio Chemistry, which is a collaborative effort between sections on the Penn-Ohio Border. The focus is to foster interaction between the Local Sections, provide a venue to foster interaction at the undergraduate / graduate levels, and raise awareness of chemistry.

The Columbus area was choosen for the gathering because of its central location. The event is planned for the weekend of Saturday, Sept 17, 2016, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Dublin, OH, and the nearby Columbus Zoo. This year's theme is “The Wild Side of Chemistry!”. Watch for more details to come!

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logoParty Night on the River: Brew & BBQ

May 3, 2016 (Webmaster)

The ACS Cincinnati Section and ACS Central Regional Meeting 2016 are co-hosting a social event for section members and regional meeting attendees on Friday, May 20. B&B Riverboats and Madtree Brewery have teamed up to provide a Beer Tasting of locally brewed beers while cruising on the Ohio River. A representative of Madtree Brewery will present background, tasting notes, and perspective on a sampling of beers brewed right here in Cincinnati!

For more information and to register, please follow this link. Registration will close at noon on Friday, May 13.

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In Memoriam Dr. Ted Loganlogo

April 14, 2016 (Webmaster)

Long time Cincinnati Section member, Dr. Ted Logan, passed away on April 9, 2016, at the age of 84.

A graduate of Purdue University with a PhD in synthetic organic chemistry, Ted went on to have a 38+ year career at P&G. Ted was very active in the ACS serving as an elected board member for the local ACS section and as a leader for several national ACS committees.

Memories of Ted and notes of condolence can be shared with Ted's family here.

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April Meetinglogo

April 9, 2016 (Jackie Thomas)

The April 2016 meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 27, at Northern Kentucky University. This is our annual Student and Educators Awards Night with a featured presentation by the local section of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy (SAS).

For more information and to register, please follow this link. Registration will close at 5 PM on Friday, April 22.

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Chemists Celebrate Earth Daylogo

April 9, 2016 (Donna Wiedemann)

The Greater Cincinnati Earth Day Coalition will host their annual Earth Day Celebration for 2016 at Sawyer Point on Saturday, April 16, from noon until 5 PM. As part of this year's Chemists Celebrate Earth Day theme “The Great Indoors”, the Cincinnati Section will have a booth demonstrating aspects of our homes such as water, air and how to keep it clean, microorganisms bacteria/mold/mildew and how to control them.

If you're interested in volunteering, please contact Donna Wiedemann by phone at (513) 945-0259 or via email at wiedemann.dj@pg.com.

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logoMarch 2016 Meeting

February 28, 2016 (Jackie Thomas)

The March 2016 meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 30th, at the Cooper Creek Event Center. The featured speaker for the evening is Dr. Mallikarjuna N. Nadgouda, of the EPA, and the 2016 ACS Cincinnati Local Section Chemist of the Year winner.

For more information and to register, please click here. Registration will close on Monday, March 21th at 5pm.

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logoCall for Teacher of the Year Nominations

February 28, 2016

Each year the Cincinnati section of the American Chemical Society (ACS) recognizes outstanding area educators by giving awards in the following categories:

If you know a teacher who has made a difference in students’ lives through excellent, innovative teaching methods, encouraging students to pursue science, and dedication to their profession, please send us their name and the name of their school. Nominations are due by Friday, April 1, 2016. Names should be sent to either: Lynn Hogue or Mike Weaver.

Help us find candidates by forwarding this information to your friends and family!

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logoSpecial Energy Symposium at San Diego Meeting

February 28, 2016

Cincinnati Section member and ACS Immediate Past President, Diane Grob Schmidt, is sponsoring an Energy Symposium at the National ACS Spring Meeting in San Diego. This is a continuation of Diane's focus on inspired Grand Challenges of importance to ACS, the US and globally. See the attached flyer for more details.

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logoFebruary 2016 Meeting

January 30, 2016 (Jackie Thomas)

The February 2016 meeting will be held on Thursday, February 18th, at Procter & Gamble's Mason Business Center. The featured speaker for the evening is Dr Glenn Boutilier, Victor Mills Society Member and recently retired from P&G. Glenn will speak on the topic of “Mastery and Other Critical Attributes for Successful Innovation.”

For more information and to register, please click here. Registration will close on Friday, February 12th at 3pm.

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logoCall for 2016 Chemist and Research Associate of Year Nominations -- DEADLINE EXTENDED

January 30, 2016 (Webmaster)

Recognize your colleagues and co-workers for their outstanding contributions to our field. Please submit a nomination for Cincinnati Chemist of the Year or Research Associate of the Year. The nomination deadline is January 31, 2016 February 15, 2016.

A Chemist of Year nomination should hold a terminal degree and must be a member of the Cincinnati section of the ACS. A Research Associate of the Year nomination must be or have been a practitioner within the chemical discipline, but ACS membership is not a requirement.

For more information or to submit nominations contact: Mike Weaver.

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January Edition of CINTACSyellow

January 15, 2016 (Adam Bange)

The January edition of CINTACS is now available.

Check it out here!

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logoJanuary 2016 Meeting

January 8, 2016 (Jackie Thomas)

January 2016 meeting will be held on Thursday, January 21st, at Mount Saint Joseph University. The featured speaker for the evening is professor Al Hazari from the University of Tennessee to speak on the topic of “A Fun (but Educational) History of Chemistry”.

For more information and to register, please click here. Registration will close at noon on Friday, January 15.

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logoCall for 2016 Chemist and Researcher of Year Nominations

January 8, 2016 (Mike Weaver)

Recognize your colleagues and co-workers for their outstanding contributions to our field. Please submit a nomination for Cincinnati Chemist of the Year or Research Associate of the Year. The nomination deadline is January 31, 2016.

The Chemist of Year should hold a terminal degree and must be a member of the Cincinnati section of the ACS. A nomination requires two letters of recommendation and the nominee’s CV. The Research Associate of the Year must be or have been a practitioner within the chemical discipline, but ACS membership is not a requirement. A nomination requires a letter of recommendation; CV and additional documentation are optional, but appreciated.

Nomination materials should be sent to: Mike Weaver.

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Upcoming Events
Aug 21-25
Fall ACS National Meeting
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Sun, Sept 11
Family and Friends Picnic @ Germania Park
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Sat, Sept 17
First Annual GO-CHEM Event in Columbus
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October TBD
National Chemistry Week
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Fri, Oct 28
Oesper Symposium @ UC
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December TBD
Joint meeting with NOBCChE @ Xavier U
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