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ACS New Orleans Social and Meeting Updates

The ACS Geochemistry Division Social will be Tuesday March 20, 6 - 8 pm at Arepes Lounge (608 N. Fulton Street. More information about the ACS New Orleans meeting can be found here.

 

Fall 2018 ACS Meeting

The Call for Abstracts for the Fall 2018 ACS National Meeting is now OPEN! 
 
Abstracts are due March 26th, 2018!
 
As a reminder, the meetings will be held in the wonderful city of Boston, Massachusetts August 19-23, 2018. The meeting theme is “Nanoscience, Nanotechnology and Beyond”.
 
The Geochemistry division has curated an exciting and truly interdisciplinary program that will undoubtedly cover all your research needs and interests, as you can note from the list of symposia below:
-          Interfacial Chemistry under Nano-scale Confinement
-          Mechanistic Understanding of Mineral Growth & Dissolution
-          Microbial Chemical Processes & Advanced Nanotechnology for Contaminated Site Remediation
-          Molecular Understanding of the Structure & Reactivity of Mineral-Water Interfaces
-          Surface Chemistry & Properties of Nanoscale Materials
-          Visualizing Heavy Element Contamination in the Environment at the Nanoscale
-          General Geochemistry 
 
Descriptions of the sessions can be found in a pdf located here.  
 
Three student travel awards are also available, for more information see the student travel award tab.  
The submission deadline, Monday, March 26th at 11:59 EST, is fast approaching. I strongly encourage you to submit an abstract as well as to reach out to your colleagues and networks outside of the Geochemistry division to spread the word and invite them to contribute and participate.The Call for Abstracts for the Fall 2018 ACS National Meeting is now OPEN!
 
As a reminder, the meetings will be held in the wonderful city of Boston, Massachusetts August 19-23, 2018. The meeting theme is “Nanoscience, Nanotechnology and Beyond”.
 
The Geochemistry division has curated an exciting and truly interdisciplinary program that will undoubtedly cover all your research needs and interests, as you can note from the list of symposia below:
-          Interfacial Chemistry under Nano-scale Confinement
-          Mechanistic Understanding of Mineral Growth & Dissolution
-          Microbial Chemical Processes & Advanced Nanotechnology for Contaminated Site Remediation
-          Molecular Understanding of the Structure & Reactivity of Mineral-Water Interfaces
-          Surface Chemistry & Properties of Nanoscale Materials
-          Visualizing Heavy Element Contamination in the Environment at the Nanoscale
-          General Geochemistry
 
The submission deadline, Monday, March 26th at 11:59 EST, is fast approaching. I strongly encourage you to submit an abstract as well as to reach out to your colleagues and networks outside of the Geochemistry division to spread the word and invite them to contribute and participate.

Call for Nominations for Geochemistry Division Medal

The Division of Geochemistry of the American Chemical Society is currently soliciting nominations for the 10th awarding of the Geochemistry Division Medal. The Geochemistry Division Medal is awarded biennially to an individual for outstanding accomplishment in any field of geochemistry. Details of the nomination procedure and requirements are included here). The Medal will be presented at the 257th ACS National Meeting & Exposition to be held in Orlando, Florida, March 31-April 4, 2019. Nominations will close on June 15, 2018.

Congratulations to our new officers!

Please join us in congratulating our new officers and volunteers. Look for more information in early 2018 about ways you can volunteer with the Division!

Ashhaki Rouff: Program Chair Elect

Sang Soo Lee: Secretary

Hang Deng: Membership Chair 

Student Award Winners

Congratulations to Lijie Zhang (Washington University in St. Louis), Thomas Neill (Manchester), Luke Townsend (Manchester), Zhe Zhou (U. Iowa), and Nan Xie (GaTech) for being awarded Student Travel Grants for the Spring 2018 National Meeting!

During the Spring 2018 National Meeting, their talks will be judged by symposium organizers and volunteers for the Best Paper Award. 

Join the Division

 Geochemistry Division Activities are supported by

ACS Petroleum Research Fund
ACS Corporation Associates
YOU!

Please join the division and help support programming and student development efforts.

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