Current Issue of The Crucible - March 2014
Congratulations to our Latest Travel Grant Winners
Congratulations to Bemnet Kebede from St. Francis University and Andrew Pingitore from Washington & Jefferson College. They are our latest Pittsburgh Section travel grant winners and will present their research at the Spring National meeting in Dallas, TX, to be held from March 16-20, 2014.
Congratulations to Pittsburgh Section Councilor Michael Mautino
Michael Mautino is the 2014 ACS Pittsburgh Section Outreach Volunteer of the Year in recognition of his tireless efforts to organize and publicize the Pittsburgh Section’s NCW events. Michael will be recognized among the Local Section Outreach Volunteers of the Year on the national ACS website. Congratulations, Mike!
Pittsburgh Section Councilor Michelle Coffman Featured in C&EN
Pittsburgh Section Councilor Michelle Cofffman was featured in the December 16, 2013 issue of Chemical & Engineering News for her work on the Committee On Technician Affairs. See the article here. Thanks for your dedication, Michelle!
Congratulations to the YCC’s Lea Veras!
Pittsburgh YCC members congratulate their leader, Lea Veras, for being recognized by Younger Chemists Committee of the American Chemical Society for her past contributions and her leadership qualities. Awarded with the Leadership Development Award, she will be representing our organization by participating in the YCC Leadership Development Workshop.
Pittsburgh Section Wins Two ChemLuminary Awards at the Fall Meeting in Indianapolis
The Pittsburgh Section of the American Chemical Society won two prestigious ChemLuminary Awards in Indianapolis on September 10, 2013. The first is for the Environmental Group and their best Sustainability Program. The second is for Outstnading Large Local Section for 2012. Congratulations to all our volunteers for their hard work and dedication!
Pittsburgh Section Offers Travel Grants for Student Members
The Pittsburgh Section of the American Chemical Society has budgeted funds to help encourage undergraduate/graduate student participation in national and regional ACS meetings. The awards are intended to help defray meeting registration and travel-related expenses (lodging, transportation, per diem) for eligible students. Click for the formal invitation and application.