We are a dynamic and visionary organization committed to improving people’s lives in our community through the transforming power of chemistry. We strive to advance the broader chemistry enterprise and its practitioners for the benefit of Kalamazoo, Allegan and Van Buren counties.
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If the general public does not trust chemical professionals to work safely in laboratories, there could be calls for more regulation of lab activity, and funding for chemical research might be reduced. There are many good reasons for organizations to establish strong safety cultures and ensure that laboratory personnel are well trained in lab safety procedures and policies.
We have a vacancy on our executive committee for an education chair. If you have a passion for learning and want to engage with the community to help advance chemistry education in our area, why not nominate yourself by contacting Lydia Hines?
First call for volunteers for our 2015 National Chemistry Week (NCW) outreach event at the Kalamazoo Valley Museum. We count on you to volunteer your time and engaging disposition for its success again this year!
To volunteer for the event please contact Lydia E. M. Hines.
The co-program chairs are soliciting suggestions for technical session topics for the 2015 Joint Great Lakes Central Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society to be held May 27 - May 30 in Grand Rapids. The overall theme of the meeting is "Chemistry - A Grand Enterprise," and will focus on three main areas Food, Health, and the Environment. Please submit any and all ideas here.
Wednesday 29 January 2014
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Friday 1 November 2013
Excerpt from “A Letter from Madeleine Jacobs” ACS Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer.