Date: Sat, 26 Feb 2005 09:43:59 -0500
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Subject: ACS green chemistry summer school applications
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Sorry this is being sent to the list so late; I was travelling last week.

- Ralph

Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2005 09:27:32 -0500
From: Wanda Gordon 
Subject: ACS green chemistry summer school applications


Deadline approaches for ACS green chemistry summer school applications

February 28 is the deadline to apply for the
American Chemical Society's Summer School on
Green Chemistry for graduate and post-doctoral
students. Space is limited and organizers urge
students to send their applications now. The
program, which will be held at McGill University
in MontrČal, July 6-14, will be conducted in

The program will feature presentations by leading
researchers and educators in green chemistry, lab
experiments and collaborative problem-solving
projects. The program is open to graduate and
post-doctoral students studying in the Americas
who are interested in developing working
relationships through the summer school that
might lead to future collaborations on research,
conferences and workshops.

There are no program fees for the school, which
is sponsored by ACS, the ExxonMobil Foundation,
the Chemical Institute of Canada and McGill
University. Transportation, housing and meals are

Students should apply at gcsummer**At_Symbol_Here**
Organizers prefer e-mail, but applications may be
mailed to Mary Kirchhoff, Ph.D., American
Chemical Society, 1155 16th Street NW,
Washington, D.C., 20036, or faxed it to her at
202-872-8068. Application requirements are
available at
Acceptance notices will be delivered on or before
April 4.

The American Chemical Society is a nonprofit
organization, chartered by the U.S. Congress,
with a multidisciplinary membership of more than
159,000 chemists and chemical engineers. It
publishes numerous scientific journals and
databases, convenes major research conferences
and provides educational, science policy and
career programs in chemistry. Its main offices
are in Washington, D.C., and Columbus, Ohio.

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