The nomination deadline for the 2020 ACS Division of Inorganic Chemistry Undergraduate Award in Inorganic Chemistry has been extended to July 31. You can check to see if your school has nominated a student at https://www.ionicviper.org/2020dicaward. You can nominate a student on the webform at https://www.ionicviper.org/dicaward. This award is intended to recognize achievement by undergraduate…

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Dear Members of the Division of Inorganic Chemistry, The ACS has decided to transition the Fall 2020 National Meeting to a completely virtual meeting. There will be no physical events associated with the meeting held in San Francisco. The virtual meeting will take place from August 17–20, 2020. While additional details will be forthcoming, ACS has selected virtual tools so that all accepted oral and poster abstracts will…

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This is a reminder of all of the great inorganic chemistry teaching resources on the VIPEr website. Or for answers to real-time questions (“Does anyone have data for the Job’s method lab?”), consider joining the VIPErPit on Discord, where a hearty group of inorganic chemists are solving one another’s remote teaching challenges in real time.…

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Imagine all of this year’s ACS inorganic awardees in one place! Don’t miss it! ACS Awards in Inorganic Chemistry Plenary Session Julie Kovacs, Presider and Organizer; S. A. Koch, N. S. Radu, Organizers Monday Morning March 23, 2020 Section A Pennsylvania Convention Center Michael A Nutter Theatre 8:30 AM F. Albert Cotton Award in Synthetic…

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If you wish to nominate someone through the Division of Inorganic Chemistry: 1. Please read and carefully follow the instructions below 2. Please send the completed form (attached) to either of the DIC award co-chairs Stephanie Brock (sbrock@chem.wayne.edu) or Tim Warren (thw@georgetown.edu) by 5PM on Feb. 22 [note-this is earlier than the March 4th date…

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The ACS Division of Inorganic Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry are proud to announce Christopher (Kit) Cummins, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, as the winner of the inaugural Inorganic Chemistry Lectureship Award. Dr. Cummins was nominated by his peers for his creativity, rigor and record of research success in the field of inorganic chemistry. He will be…

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