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Subject: ACS "Cut & Paste" table of contents


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Editors who would like relevant content for their hard-copy or  
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Cut & Paste for Local Section and Division Editors
May/June 2009

Chemical History
=E2-=AA	This Month in Chemical History I By Harold Goldwhite
=E2-=AA	This Month in Chemical History II By Harold Goldwhite

Grants & Awards

=E2-=AA	Mini-Grants Awarded to Collaborative Activities
The $500 mini-grants help members of industry, academia, workforce  
development groups, and professional organizations implement  
activities that support the education or professional development of  
the over 350,000 applied chemical technology professionals in the  
chemical enterprise.

=E2-=AA	Nominations for 2011 ACS National Awards
Forms for nominations and supporting information as well as a detailed  

description of ACS national awards are available online.

Meetings, Workshops, Panels and Conferences
=E2-=AA	2009 Southeast Regional Meeting
=E2-=AA	2009 Southwest Regional Meeting
=E2-=AA	2009 Northeast Regional Meeting
=E2-=AA	2009 Midwest Regional Meeting

=E2-=AA	Green Chemistry Conference in Maryland Adds Special 
Tours to Agenda
Organizers for the 13th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering  
Conference, June 23-25, in College Park, Md, have added two special  
post-conference tours to the options menu for attendees.

=E2-=AA	Women and Entrepreneurship Workshop this August in DC
Join the American Chemical Society's Women Chemists Committee (WCC)  
and the National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance (NCIIA)  

for a workshop on the basics of technology venturing with special  
emphasis on the key challenges facing women as they pursue a start up  

opportunity, license or otherwise transfer technology.

=E2-=AA	Save the date for the ACS Virtual Career Fair
Yes, employers are hiring! And many of them will be at the ACS Virtual  

Career Fair June 8-12.

=E2-=AA	ACS Representative on California Green Ribbon Science 
ACS Green Chemistry Institute=C2=AE director Robert Peoples, Ph.D., and  

former ACS president William Carroll, Ph.D., have been named to  
California=E2=80=99s new Green Ribbon Science Panel.


=E2-=AA	Join ACS Network The Largest Online Global Chemistry 
Today over 17,000 chemists and chemical practitioners worldwide have  
already joined the ACS Network and are using the power of this on-line  

community to establish connections, collaborate with colleagues and to  

share their knowledge and expertise.
Local Section & Technical Division Related

=E2-=AA	2009 ACS President=E2=80=99s Challenge
ACS President Thomas H. Lane has set a challenge for every local  
section and technical division to help recruit 10,000+ new ACS members  

by December 31, 2009.
Industry Related

=E2-=AA	New Web Site for ACS Members in Industry
To focus on the specific information needs of chemists and chemical  
engineers working in industry, ACS Industry Member Programs has  
launched a new web site, Boil This Down.
Education Related

=E2-=AA	Maintain Cutting Edge Skills with ACS Continuing 
Education Courses
ACS offers courses designed to help chemical scientists and  
technicians keep current in today's competitive marketplace.

=E2-=AA	Try out an ACS Webcast
Save your valuable time and money and take a look at the courses  
available online through ACS.

=E2-=AA	New Chemistry Guidelines for Two Year Colleges from ACS
To provide guidance to those who directly or indirectly support  
excellence in postsecondary chemical education, ACS has released the  
new ACS Guidelines for Chemistry in Two-Year College Programs

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