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March 9, 2018 (Judson Haynes)
The March meeting at Miami University on Thursday, March 29, will honor the Cincinnati Section's Researcher and Chemist of the Year for 2018. This year's awardee for Researcher of the Year is Carrie Furnish (top right), Scientist at Procter & Gamble. Dr. Ann Hagerman (bottom right), Professor and Assistant Chair at Miami University's Department of Chemistry, will be awarded Chemist of the Year.
Dr Hagerman will also be the featured speaker for the evening, presenting “Plant Polyphenols: Structure-function diversity from the natural world”.
Online pre-registration is required and pre-payment via Paypal is greatly appreciated. The deadline for registration is Friday, March 23. For additional information and to register please
January 28, 2018 (Webmaster)
The February Meeting of the Cincinnati Section will be held Thursday, February 22, at Mount St Joseph University. The featured speaker for the evening is Dr. William R. Heineman. Dr. Heineman is a Distinguished Research Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Cincinnati. His talk will focus on "Electrochemical Sensors for Biomedical and Environmental Applications".
Online pre-registration is required and pre-payment via Paypal is greatly appreciated. The deadline for registration is Thursday, February 15. For additional information and to register please
January 28, 2018 (Jackie Thomas)
The Third Annual NOBCChE/UC Science Bowl and Science Fair has been scheduled for Saturday, April 21, 2018. The event will run from 8AM – 3PM at the University of Cincinnati. Organizers are currently looking for volunteers to help with the event.
Call for 2018 Teacher of the Year Nominations
January 28, 2018 (Mike Weaver)
We are looking to recognize outstanding teachers with our Excellence in Teaching Awards. These are teachers who create excitement in student learning and have inspired students in the classroom to careers in science-related fields. All levels - High School, Middle School and Primary School – are all eligible and each level will be awarded separately.
Nominating a teacher is easy! Just let us know who should be awarded and why – short email or call – and we will do the rest.
Help us find candidates by forwarding this information to your friends and family!
January 3, 2018 (Judson Haynes)
Happy New Year Cincinnati ACS Section Members! The year 2017 was landmark for the Cincinnati ACS Section! Under Chair Mark Laskovics’ leadership,
the Cincinnati ACS Section delivered a productive year of programming. From Awards Night to the Oesper Meeting, many Professional Chemists and
Chemists-in-training experienced chemical knowledge enrichment, professional development and genuine fellowship.
Also, 2017 was highlighted by the October celebration of the section’s 125th Anniversary! continue reading