I&EC Division Graduate Student Award SymposiumActivity by Michael Matthews | added on Jan 20, 2011 | United States
Sponsor(s): I&EC Division of ACS
A new Symposium at the 2011 Denver meeting where graduate students in the Chemical Sciences may present their research and compete for awards from the I&EC Division. This event allows aspiring chemical professionals to disseminate their research to the global professional community.
The purpose of this new Award Symposium is to recognize high quality research presented by Graduate Students in I&EC Programming. The graduate student lead author of all accepted papers will be awarded an ACS members meeting registration fee. All submissions and the accepted presentations will be evaluated by a panel selected by the I&EC Division. The Third place presentation will be awarded an additional $250, second place will receive an additional $500, and first place will be awarded an additional $750 in addition to the meeting registration fee. To be eligible for any award, the presenter must be a student at a university, pursuing a graduate degree in the chemical sciences and engineering at the time of the symposium.
The Symposium Organizers are: Michael A. Matthews, University of South Carolina and Mary K. Moore, Eastman Chemical Company.
|Topic:||recognizing graduate research, industrial and engineering chemistry||Audience:||graduate students, industrial chemists, chemical engineers, awards, universities|