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Oesper Collection Becomes National Historic Chemical Landmark at University of Cincinnati
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"A Tale of Two Entities: From Academia to Industry"
Oesper Collection to Become National Historic Chemical Landmark
Tuesday, March 15, 2022
University of Cincinnati
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The National American Chemical Society has designated the University of Cincinnati’s Oesper Collection in the History of Chemistry to be a National Historic Chemical Landmark. The Cincinnati ACS Local Section is planning a celebration for Tuesday March 15, 2022. The landmark ceremony will be held in 502 Rieveschl Hall on the UC campus at 7:00 PM, followed by refreshments and tours of both the Oesper Apparatus Museum and the Oesper Rare Book and Journal Collections.
Please see the invitation by Dr. Anna Gudmundsdottir, Professor and Interim Head, Department of Chemistry.
Directions: Enter UC’s campus on Clifton Court drive off of Clifton Avenue (building under construction on this corner). Proceed down the hill to the garage entrance. Take a ticket from the ticket dispenser, enter the garage and find a parking place. The elevator is at the far end of the garage (away from the entrance). Take the elevator to the 5th floor, turn left and proceed a short distance to room 502 (on the left). See map of the west campus. You will be provided with a parking pass to exit the garage.
Per the current practice of the American Chemical Society, we require all attendees at in-person events to have proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 as defined by the CDC. We observe social distancing. Wearing a mask is mandatory except when eating or drinking. This is in line with the requirements and practices of the organizations providing the venues.