Inorganic Chemistry Student Travel Award
The Division of Inorganic Chemistry is calling for nominations to the DIC Student Travel Award Program for the spring ACS National Meeting. The deadline for nominations is on February 1st 2023. See information below or follow this link for more information:
The DIC is accepting applications for student travel awards for graduate and undergraduate students presenting research talks or posters at ACS National Meetings. The amount of the award is $450.00. The deadline for receipt of applications is February 1st for the Spring ACS National Meeting. Awardees will be notified by March 1st.
Selection process: Applications submitted by undergraduate researchers, graduate students in the first two years of their PhD and graduate students in the final years of their PhD will be reviewed separately. Within each category, the selection process will be based on scientific merit. Preference will be given to applicants who have not been awarded a Student Travel Award previously.
The student must be a member of the DIC and must present their paper in the DIC program. Students who are not making presentations are ineligible.
Only one nomination will be accepted per research group for each meeting. Exceptions may be granted for collaborative projects.
Fill in the application survey (survey link here). Please make sure to complete it in its entirety. Incomplete applications will not receive consideration. Note that you will be requested to provide evidence of the following:
A proof of the applicant’s current ACS and DIC membership status, such as a copy of the receipt or a printout of “My Account” from acs.org showing your active divisional membership in DIC (you must log on to access this)
A copy of the email of acceptance to present at the meeting
An abstract of the work to be presented in the DIC program.
A resume or CV for the applicant (max 2 pages), including a list of publications and presentations.
A recommendation letter from the research advisor (if the advisor prefers this to remain confidential, please have them, or a third party, submit the application on the applicant’s behalf)
Accordingly, questions concerning the application process should be directed to the Award co-Chairs (John Protasiewiczemail@example.com; and Santiago Toledo- firstname.lastname@example.org)
Early Career Industrial Investigator Award
The ACS DIC solicits nominations for the Early Career Industrial Investigator Award. The selected nominee will be honored during the Fall ACS meeting as part of the ACS DIC Young Investigator Symposium, where awardee will present a 30-min presentation highlighting their research. Nominations for the 2023 Early Career Industrial Investigator Award are due on February 28th , 2023.
The nomination package should include:
- A cover page containing on separate lines the candidate’s:
- first and last name
- physical and email addresses valid until August of the award year
- ACS membership number
- DIC membership status
- list of previous awards received
- A nomination letter limited to two pages (single-spaced, 12-pt Times or 11-pt Arial font). This letter should contain:
- a description of the research accomplishments of the nominee and impact to industrial applications of inorganic chemistry.
- a description of the research topic to be presented at the symposium and why this would be of broad interest.
- The candidate’s resume including a list of publications and presentations (patent applications, technical journals, marketing materials, or technical presentations)
- The nomination package should be sent via email as one pdf file to email@example.com
Eligibility: The nominee must be a member of the INOR division of ACS. Consideration will be given to nominees who have worked in an industrial facility for a no more than 10 years. Selection is based on the creativity of the inorganic research that they have conducted and their contributions to industrial technology innovation. The nominee’s work must have been published externally, which includes any of the following: patent applications, technical journals, marketing materials, or technical presentations. The award shall be granted to an individual without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, religion, disability, or sexual orientation.
Organometallics Periodic Table Talks 10/19/2022
Mike Campbell (Barnard College) & Laurel Schafer (UBC)
Register to attend: https://unr.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0qcOqorj0oG9RmxeuEg2k6k_QRlZTW_88C