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Subject: [DCHAS-L] INFO FROM AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY How could science communications help students and pre-tenure facuilty win a trip to San Francisco?
Date: Wed, 14 May 2014 08:17:10 -0700
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Subject: How could science communications help students and pre-tenure facuilty win a trip to San Francisco?


Please circulate widely


How could great science communication win you a trip to San Francisco in August 2014?

Do you love talking about chemistry? Are you burning to entertain non-scientists about your cool research?

Are you an undergraduate or graduate student (or 2014 alum), postdoc, or pre-tenure faculty member at a U.S. academic institution and an ACS Member?

Then check out to learn how a 2-3 min YouTube video could be all that stands between you right now and a free trip to the beginning of the ACS Fall National Meeting in San Francisco.

We look forward to seeing some great videos! But hurry – submissions are due by June 6!

Need some tips? Tune into a live Q&A on effectively communicating science to the public MAY 16 AT 2PM ET via ]


For more information, read about Chemistry Champions in C&EN, or email chemchamps**At_Symbol_Here**

Follow Chemistry Champions **At_Symbol_Here**AmerChemSociety #chemchamps

Chemistry Champions is a pilot in 2014 under Chemistry Ambassadors


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