Date: Fri, 28 Nov 2003 13:56:44 -0600
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From: James Kapin <jim**At_Symbol_Here**CHEMICAL-SAFETY.COM>
Subject: Re: Final Call for Papers, Anaheim ACS meeting
Comments: To: "Wood-Black, Frankie K"
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Sounds great Frankie, I can certainly fit it into our program. Two questions though - Can you pull this together in 2 weeks and isn'tthis pretty similar to the one we just did in NYC? Let me know what you think. Thanks for your help and ihope you had a happy Thanksgiving - Jim > Do we want to do a membership panel and have it co-sponsored with YCC, > WCC, and Div PR? > > The idea would be to do a 1.5 hour panel discussion - I will volunteer > to moderate - say at either the end of the day Monday or Tuesday - which > ever day the social is. I would like to have members of the division > sit on the panel to discuss the adventures in Chemical Health and Safety > - > > So how is this for a title? Escapades and Adventures - An exploration > of career paths in Chemical Health and Safety > > -----Original Message----- > From: DCHAS-L Discussion List [mailto:DCHAS-L**At_Symbol_Here**LIST.UVM.EDU]On Behalf Of > Jim Kapin > Sent: Tuesday, November 25, 2003 2:37 PM > To: DCHAS-L**At_Symbol_Here**LIST.UVM.EDU > Subject: Final Call for Papers, Anaheim ACS meeting > > > Hi CHAS members, > > > > Thank you all so much for your very helpful response to the earlier call > for papers for the Safety in Arts and Entertainment symposium at the > Anaheim ACS meeting, we received many helpful suggestions and god papers > (although we can always use a few more). Just so everyone knows, CHAS > is still accepting papers (until 12/5/03). In particular, if anyone > would like to present on the subject of teaching safety (in an academic > or non-academic setting), safety in arts and entertainment, measurement > and benchmarking related to EH&S or talk about interesting emergency > response issues, they should contact me directly > (jim**At_Symbol_Here** - PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THE LIST. > Unfortunately, CHAS cannot offer financial support for speakers. > > > > All I need are a proposed title, a 50 - 100 word abstract and your > complete contact information. > > > > Even if you are not interested in presenting, I hope you will fit CHAS > programming into your busy conference agendas. The division gets some > financial support based on attendance and the more people that attend > our sessions, the better locations we are able to get for CHAS > programming. > > > > On a related note, if anyone has any suggestions for programming for > future meetings (or if you feel CHAS programming at National meeting is > not meeting your needs), please let me know, or plan on attending the > programming lunch (held Monday afternoon at every National meeting). > More information will be available as we get closer. > > > > Thank you in advance for your interest, and please let me know (off > list) if you have any questions or comments - Jim > > > > James Kapin > > Advanced Chemical Safety > > (CHAS Program Co-Chair) > > 7563 Convoy Court > > San Diego, CA 92111 > > Ph 858-874-5577 Cell 619-990-5955 fax 858-874-8239 > > jim**At_Symbol_Here** > > >

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