Join Desiree Coleman, a diversity and inclusion leader at a Fortune 50 company, as she empowers participants to become active contributors in advancing equity in their organizations, university classrooms, places of worship, workplace, community circles, and family.
ACS sponsored Public Policy Fellowships are a valuable opportunity to bridge the gap for individuals coming from any stage in their career to gain insight into how policy is developed and how scientific research can impact the direction of public policy.
Join a panel of medicinal chemists, during this free edited recording who have contributed to the success of dozens of marketed drugs throughout their exemplary careers in drug discovery, as they give their unique perspectives on what experience and characteristics that are vital for medicinal chemists in Pharma.
This two-hour workshop introduces new grad students to research safety and ethics at Stony Brook. Attendance is required for new grad students who will be supported as Research Assistants.
Tell your story for your grant and fellowships applications.
ACS National Meetings are where chemistry professionals meet to share ideas and advance scientific and technical knowledge. By attracting thousands of chemical professionals, the meetings provide excellent opportunities for sharing your passion for chemistry, connecting with the world's largest scienitific society, and advancing your career in this ever-changing global economy.
Communicate your research in writing to non-specialist grant reviewers!
Join Coray Colina of the University of Florida and Theresa Reineke of the University of Minnesota during this free interactive 1.5 hour broadcast as they discuss what makes these polymeric structures so unique and share how molecular simulations are helping to elucidate the structure, function, and dynamics of such molecular chimeras.
Join Professor Sandeep Verma, Secretary of the Science and Engineering Research Board of India, to discover that there is both an art and science to running successful research projects.
Graduate students and postdocs in all fields are invited to join us for Part 1 of the Grant Writing Workshop Series for Fall 2020.
In this workshop, you will learn how to find the right research funding for you. To do so, you will: