The Chemical Society of Washington (CSW) is the local ACS Chapter for the Washington, DC area and serves approximately 4,000 members.
Presentation at the Nation Press Club, October 22, 6:00. The Secret Life of Food
Since 1999, the American Chemical Society has honored the efforts of volunteer members through the ChemLuminary Awards. The awards recognize participants in American Chemical Society Local Sections, Committees, Divisions, and Regional Meetings whose efforts have helped to achieve excellence.
The Chemical Society of Washington was chosen as a finalist for five ACS ChemLuminary Awards at the Awards Ceremony during the ACS National Meeting in San Francisco on August 12th for several activities and programs from 2013. The Poster Presentation (PDF, 6.8 Mb) for the Awards is available on the CSW website. The five Awards were:
We are happy to report that the Section was chosen as the winner for Outstanding Local Section Career Program and for Outstanding Project SEED Program.
Congratulations to the Section and all of the members who supported the activities and programs associated with these Awards.
All ChemLuminary Awards from ACS
CSW ChemLuminary Poster Presentation (PDF, 6.8 Mb)
On behalf of the Board of Managers, it is my pleasure and honor to welcome the Chemical Society of Washington (CSW) to 2014. I’m looking forward to supporting the excellent activities of the organization and to working to ensure that the CSW continues to meet the needs of its membership. It has been said before, but CSW is a large – very large according to ACS – section representing a vibrant, diverse chemical community. With over 4,000 members, we have the fifth largest membership of the 187 sections in the country. We also cover a wide range of territory, from the western borders of Loudoun and Fairfax counties in Virginia to the Eastern Shore of Maryland and the northern border of Montgomery and Caroline counties to the southern tip of St. Mary’s county. Being this large affords us opportunities with regards to resources and a diversity of membership, but it also can make it challenging to play a useful role in all of those areas. The CSW Board of Managers needs to hear from you about the resources, activities, and programs you feel would strengthen chemistry in your area. Please take a moment to join us on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/ACSCSW), send us an e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org), write us a letter (O-218, 1155 16th St, NW, Washington, DC 20036), or attend one of our events) and share your thoughts and ideas. more»