Chemical Society of Washington

CSW-Younger Chemists

CSW Younger Chemists committee (YCC) organizes events and workshops to help early-career chemists in chemical sciences and related fields and help the young generation chemist’s an opportunity to interact with other chemistry professionals and scientists and to better develop their careers, and increase their involvement in the ACS.  If you are interested in volunteering any events please contact YCC coordinators Dr. Ajay Mallia (vajaymallia@gmail.com) or Dr. Deana Jaber (djaber@marymount.edu). 

CSW-Younger Chemists Committee organized 'You Be The Chemist' Arlington/Fairfax Challenge

 Photo caption: You Be The Chemist Student participants.

CSW-Younger Chemists Committee organized the "You Be The Chemist" (YBTC) Arlington/Fairfax Challenge in collaboration with the Chemical Educational Foundation (CEF) and Marymount University’s Biology Department. The Arlington/Fairfax Challenge was held at the Reinsch Library Auditorium, Marymount University on Saturday February 28, 2015. YBTC, one of the Chemical Educational Foundation's biggest programs, is an academic question-and-answer competition with a format similar to the National Spelling Bee. It’s designed to engage students (grades 5-8) in learning about important chemistry concepts, discoveries and the lab safety. The participants attended with their school educators and parents. Nine different schools including Glasgow Middle School, Kenmore Middle School, Williamsburg Middle School, Longfellow Middle School, Haycock Elementary School, Nysmith School, Spring Hill Elementary School, Edlin School and Stenwood Elementary School from Arlington and Fairfax counties send two students each for the challenge.

 Photo caption: Left, Dr. Deana Jaber welcoming the Participants and right, Attendees of the YBTC event.

Dr. Deana Jabber, CSW-YCC co-chair, served as the primary organizer for the competition, welcomed the participants and the people in the audience. Dr. Joseph Houck served as the moderator. Dr. Fatima Sequeira, Dr. Faye Rubinson, and Dr. Deana Jaber served as judges. Dr. Eric Bubar, Marymount University’s Physics professor, entertained the students with science demonstrations and activities.

 

Photo caption: Science demonstrations by Dr. Eric Bubar.

 

Photo caption: Winners receiving certificate from Dr. Deana Jaber. From Left 1st Prize winner Aaditya Singh (Longfellow Middle School), 2nd Prize winner Athilesh Thanigai (Edlin School), 3rd Prize winner Wenbo Wu (Longfellow Middle School) and 4th Prize winner Shaan Bhandarkar (Nysmith School). 

Aaditya Singh (Longfellow Middle School), Athilesh Thanigai (Edlin School), Wenbo Wu (Longfellow Middle School) and Shaan Bhandarkar (Nysmith School) won the first, second, third and fourth prizes respectively. The four winners advanced to state competition that will take place in Suffolk on April 25th, 2015. Each of the state winner along with a chaperone and educator from across the country will receive a free trip, to the national challenge that will be held on June 22, 2015 in Philadelphia. For more information on the national program, go to www.chemed.org/ybtc/. CSW-YCC congratulate all the YBTC winners and student participants and wishes to extend thanks to all the volunteers including their educators and parents. The organizers would also like to acknowledge and thank the Dominion Foundation for their generous donation that made this event possible and a great success.

Chemistry on the Silver Screen - Webinar

 

CSW- Younger Chemists Committee organized the webinar "chemistry on the silver screen" on February 24, 2015, at three different locations; Virginia  (Marymount University), Maryland (University of Maryland, College Park) and Washington, DC (Georgetown University).

Participants at Marymount University

The event was moderated by Tim Marney, Editor for the ACS Symposium Series and Darcy Gentleman, ACS Office of Public Affairs.  Dr. Donna Nelson (Science Advisor to the AMC television show Breaking Bad and ACS President Elect) discussed about her success story as science advisor in the AMC television show Breaking Bad. Mr. Alexis Gambis, Founder and Artistic Director of Imagine Science Films, Mr.  Kevin Grazier Science Advisor for television series and movies, including "Gravity" and Ms. Ann Merchant, Science & Entertainment Exchange also discussed their roles as science advisor and writers and how science is finding a bigger place on the silver screen. The event was sponsored by CSW-YCC, the Marymount science club, and SAACS-UMD. The Program-in-a-Box was supported by the ACS Committee on Local Section Activities and the ACS Young Chemists Subdivision of the Division of Professional Relations and co-sponsored by the ACS YCC, ACS Office of Public Affairs, ACS Webinars®  and Proctor & Gamble.

Participants at University of Maryland, College Park

National Chemistry Week: Halloween and National Mode Day

 Photo caption. (Left) Halloween and (Right)  ‘candy’ themed demonstrations

As part of National Chemistry week, the CSW-YCC celebrated Mole Day and Halloween on October 23, 2014 at University of Maryland, College Park. About 40 attendees enjoyed Halloween- and NCW-themed chemistry demonstrations presented by UMD ACS students affiliates (UMD-SAACS) and UMD graduate students.

Dr. Joseph Houck, (CSW-YCC committee member) presented a team trivia competition, “What do you know about candy and chemistry?” and prizes were given to the winning team members. A gift card for best costume was awarded to Mr. Michael Mandler and Ms. Hannah Lebovics, undergraduates at UMD.

A candy collection drive was also organized for U.S. troops and the collected candies were donated to Operation Gratitude.

The CSW-YCC acknowledges the collaboration and support of UMD-SAACS and the CSW-outreach activity committee for the success of this event.  

 

Photo caption: Chemistry demonstrations at the event

Photo caption: (left photo), Dr. Joseph Houck presenting trivia. (Right photo), Best costume award winners Ms. Hannah Lebovics (left) and Mr. Michael Mandler (center) receiving the gift card from Dr. Joseph Houck (right).

Celebrate Mole Day and Halloween!

Celebrate Mole Day and Halloween with the Younger Chemists Committee

When:  Thursday, October 23, 6:02 pm

Where: University of Maryland, College Park
            Chemistry Atrium, Chemistry Building (091)
            (Free parking available in Regents Drive Garage after 4 pm)

What:   Join the CSW-YCC for food/refreshments, Halloween-themed
            demonstrations, and a team trivia competition with prizes!
            How much do you know about candy and chemistry???

Bring a bag of candy to donate to Operation Gratitude (bit.ly/Zu7bnw)

Younger Chemists Committee: News and Events

YOUNGER CHEMISTS COMMITTEE - NEWS and EVENTS
(Contributed by Dr. Ajay Mallia and Dr. Deana Jaber, YCC-Chair)

'Speaking simply' webinar was a great success!

The webinar "Speaking Simply: Communicating Your Science" was organized on October 7, 2014, at three different locations; Virginia  (Marymount University), Maryland (University of Maryland, College Park) and Washington, DC (Georgetown University) and it was a big success. The event was moderated by Dr. David Harwell, (Assistant Director, ACS Industry member program).  Dr.  Doug Dollemore (senior science writer ACS Office of Public Affairs) started the presentation and explained simple ways of talking about chemistry by using story telling methods and focusing on ‘why the research is important?’ In the second part, Dr. Darcy Gentleman (ACS public Affairs), spoke about the presentation of graphs and visuals in a simple and elegant way. Participants enjoyed the demonstrations as well as the webinar. The event was sponsored by CSW-YCC, the Marymount science club, and SAACS-UMD. The Program-in-a-Box was supported by the ACS Committee on Local Section Activities and the ACS Young Chemists Subdivision of the Division of Professional Relations and co-sponsored by  the ACS YCC, ACS Office of Public Affairs, and ACS Webinars.

CSW-YCC Webinar: October 7

Speaking Simply: Communicating Your Science
How to communicate without confusion, the right and wrong way to use a graph, how to avoid over-sharing and much, much more…
RSVP to csw@acs.org by noon Oct. 6, 2014.

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

  • 6:00 pm ET Networking 
  • 7:00 pm ET Webinar
  • 7:30 pm ET Live Q&A

3 Locations:

  • Marymount University, Caruthers Hall, Room 1021
  • Georgetown University, Regents Hall, room 209
  • UMd, College Park, Chemistry Bldg., CHM 0112

Flyer (PDF, 262 Kb)

Science Cafe on Monday, September 15

Science Café

Monday, September 15, 2014
6:30 - 8:30 pm

Busboys and Poets, 5th and K St.
NW, Washington, DC
www.busboysandpoets.com/about_5th.php

For info, contact Ivan Amato: mailto:DCScienceCafe@dcswa.org
or CSW : mailto:csw@acs.org

A DC Science Café Event: A Chemist’s View of Cultural Treasures

This event is free and open to the public by way of a collaboration between DC Science Writers Association and the Chemical Society of Washington. (Donations welcome)

Flyer (PDF, 460Kb)

How Well do You Know the World of Chemistry?

How well do you know the world of chemistry?-A networking event

CSW-YCC and ACS-Office of international activity successfully organized 'How well do you know the world of chemistry? - a networking event' on June 12, 2014 (6:30-8:00 pm) at ACS Headquarters. Ms. Julia Throop, (senior associate, ACS-OIA) discussed about the international activities of ACS. Dr. Ajay Mallia, (Chair, CSW- SEED and YCC ) presented an interactive discussion on 'chemistry' language and origin of many chemistry words from different languages with a short quiz. Correct answers were awarded with prizes.

Top left: Dr. Ajay Mallia presenting talk ‘How well do you know the world of chemistry?'.       Top right: Attendees enjoying the event. Bottom Left: Ms. Julia Throop explaining about the International activities of ACS. Bottom right: attendees enjoying the event.

Networking Event for Younger Chemists

Large Flyer (PDF, 700 Kb)

Anacostia Environmental Youth Summit

ANACOSTIA ENVIRONMENTAL YOUTH SUMMIT

The Anacostia Environmental Youth Summit is a city-wide showcase that spotlights youth voice, demonstrates environmental literacy and encourages stewardship for the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers and the Chesapeake Bay.  The summit will take place on Friday, May 16th at the Anacostia Park, SE, Washington, DC from 9:00 am to 2:30 pm.  The CSW Environmental and Sustainability Committee will once again participate in an outreach event at the Summit.  Hands on activities will be provided for the children in attendance.  The activity will feature two stations: one will describe the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide and feature a dry ice demo, a launch of a “rocket” with CO2 as “fuel,” and production of CO2 from vinegar and backing soda (with acid dye indicator).  The other station will feature cleanup from an oil spill demo and the use of green detergents.  For further information and to volunteer please contact Richard Goodman at rmgoconsulting@msn.com or Ajay Mallia at vajaymallia@gmail.com.

Chemists Celebrate Earth Day Events

 CHEMISTS CELEBRATE EARTH DAY EVENTS

CSW-YCC will participate in Maryland day celebrations at University of Maryland, College Park on April 26, 2014 (10:00 am – 4:00 pm). CSW-YCC Volunteers will be providing hands-on activities and demonstrations for high school children who attend the event. If you would like to volunteer for this event, please contact Dr. Ajay Mallia via email at vajaymallia@gmail.com. This event will be a collaborative event with UMD ACS Students affiliates (UMD SAACS)

February Younger Chemist Events

 FEBRUARY 11, 2014
THE CHEMISTRY OF SCENT AND FRAGRANCE

Over 100 people attended the webinar on ‘Chemistry of fragrance and scent’ (ACS webinars) that CSW-YCC organized at three locations. (Marymount U, UMD, College Park, and GU). The webinar was a great success. Dr. David Harwell, Assistant Director of ACS Careers introduced the speakers: Ms. Virginia Hutchins (Perfumer, Procter & Gamble), Dr. Jianjun Li (Principal Scientist, Procter & Gamble), and Dr. Diane Schmidt (Head R&D, Procter & Gamble, 2014 ACS President-Elect). The speakers discussed Perfumer’s palette, the basics of odor analysis and how to use perfumes in products and also answered questions from the audience.  Participants enjoyed the demonstrations as well as setting up the webinar. We would like to thank the Mid Atlantic Committee of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists (MACSCC ) and Marymount science club for their collaboration.

Webinar participants at UMD-College park

 
Webinar participants at Marymount University

 
 Webinar participants at Georgetown University
 
 
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'YOU BE THE CHEMIST' Fairfax Challenge

CSW-YCC organized the “You Be The Chemist” (YBTC) –Fairfax Challenge in collaboration with the Chemical Education Foundation (CEF) and Marymount University. The Fairfax Challenge was held at Marymount University on Saturday February 22, 2014. YBTC, one of the Chemical Education Foundation's biggest programs, is an academic question-and-answer competition for students in grades 5-8. The student participants attended with their school educators and parents. Dr. Deana Jabber, who served as the primary organizer for the competition, welcomed the participants and the people in the audience. Dr. Joseph Houck served as the moderator and Dr. Ajay Mallia, Dr. Suman Samai and Dr. Divya Karat served as judges. Dr. Eric Bubar, Marymount University’s physics professor, entertained the students with science demonstrations and activities. Three middle schools (Edlin School, Rachel Carson Middle School, and Spring Hill Elementary school) took part in the Fairfax challenge and a total of nine students participated in the competition. Mr. Johnny Erskine (Edlin school), Rahul Rajan and KavyaKopparapu (Both from Rachel Carson Middle School) won the first, second and third prizes respectively. CSW-YCC wishes to extend thanks to all volunteers and of course to our student participants including their educators and parents.

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Recent YCC-Sponsored Events

National Chemistry Week: Halloween and Mole Day Celebration

October 23, 2013, 6:30-8:00 pm, ACS Headquarters, 1155, 16th St, NW, DC

As part of National Chemistry week CSW celebrated Mole day and Halloween on October 23, 2013 at ACS Headquarters, DC. Mr. Michael Bertocchi and Ms. Susette Ingram (Both Graduate students at Georgetown University) presented a trivia based on NSW and Mole day and Dr. Ajay Mallia demonstrated ‘Halloween themed’ chemistry experiments. Flyer (PDF, 150kb)

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Library of Congress - Chemistry Lab Visit and Tour

Library of Congress visit participants with Dr. Fenella France (Chief, Preservation Research and Testing Division, first from Right) and Ajay Mallia (YCC coordinator, first from Left)

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Upcoming YCC Events and Workshops

Will your application snag an interview?

Putting Your Best Foot Forward: Managing Your Paper and Online Resumes
easy-to-follow tips to make your resumes stand out from the crowd!

WEBINAR: By Dr. David Harwel, Director of ACS Careers

 

On October 8, 2013 CSW-YCC tuned into the ACS Webinar®; “Putting Your Best Foot Forward: Managing Your Paper and Online Resumes” at Marymount University. Dr. David Harwell, Assistant Director of ACS Careers, explained tips for making a resume stand out from the crowd. At the question and answer section, Chris Kim, (Account Manager at Aerotek, Inc.) and Meredith Dow (Founder of Driven Staffing Inc.) answered questions from attendees. About 38 attendees enjoyed the career related webinar.

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THE ₵H€MI$TR¥ OF MON€¥

By Dr. Steve Carlo, Office of Materials Technology, Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Washington DC, November 6, 2013,  Wednesday, 1:00 pm

Have you ever wondered how we ensure the integrity of US bank notes? It’s chemistry!        Join Dr. Steve Carlo, a chemist at the Department of the Treasury’s Bureau of Printing & Engraving, who will speak about the Chemistry of Money!

Venue: Marymount University, 2807 N. Glebe Rd, Arlington VA 22207
(Make reservation by  November 4, noon, at csw@acs.org
(For more information contact Dr. Deana Jaber, djaber@marymount.edu)
Organized by CSW-YCC and Marymount University Science club.

Dr. Steve Carlo (Chemist, Department of the Treasury’s Bureau of Printing and Engraving) explaining the chemistry of money.

 

 Dr. Steve Carlo (Chemist, Department of the Treasury’s Bureau of Printing and Engraving) explaining the chemistry of money.

 Participants enjoying the “chemistry of money” talk.

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Acing the interview: Career related workshop

by  Dr. David Harwell, Director of ACS Careers
November 9, 2013, Saturday, 8:30am-12:30 pm
Venue: ACS Headquarters, 1155, 16th St, NW, DC 20036

(Make reservation by Friday,  November 6, noon, at csw@acs.org, For more information contact Dr. Ajay Mallia, mailto:vajaymallia@gmail.com)

Walk into any interview with confidence. This module, addresses the fundamentals of successful interviewing, explaining the key differences in interviewing for different types of hiring organizations. You'll learn how to address the 10 tough questions that often catch job seekers off guard. Moreover, you'll learn how to prepare your own questions to help you take charge of the interview.

Dr. David Harwell (Assistant Director, ACS careers, standing left) answering a question from a  participant.

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National Gallery of Art Lecture and Tour: Sept. 18

National Gallery of Art - Lecture and Tour

On September 18, 2013, CSW-YCC organized National Gallery of Art visit and lecture with the help of Dr. Matthew Clarke (Photographic Materials Scientist, NGA) and Dr. Barbara Berry (Senior Conservation Scientist, NGA). The event started with an informative lecture by Dr. Clarke, about conservation science including the challenges and different instrumental techniques used in the field of conservation science. After the lecture the participants visited NGA lab and instruments room. Flyer

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CSW Fall Happy Hour and Chemistry Scavenger Hunt

CSW Fall Happy Hour and Chemistry Scavenger HuntFlyer
Thursday, September 26, 2013, 6PM - 8 PM

Science Club
http://scienceclubdc.com/
1136 19th St., MW
Washington, DC
Metro: Farragut North

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Networking Event: How Well Do You Know Chemistry

CSW-YCC and ACS-OIA organize:

"HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW THE WORLD OF CHEMISTRY?"
(A networking event with fellow chemists)

CSW-YCC and ACS-Office of international activity successfully organized a networking event on August 22, 2013 (6:30-8:30 pm) at ACS Headquarters. About 35 participants enjoyed the event. Ms. Julia Throop, (senior associate, ACS-OIA) discussed about the international activities of ACS. Dr. Ajay Mallia, (Chair, CSW- SEED and membership committee and YCC coordinator) presented an interactive discussion on 'chemistry' language and origin of many chemistry words from different languages with a short quiz. Correct answers were awarded with prizes.

 

 

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Career Workshop - Working in Industry

Chemical Society of Washington
Career Workshop - Working in Industry

CSW-YCC organized two extensive workshops on working in higher education (on June 12 attended by 27 participants) and working in industry (on July 13 attended by 57 participants) by Dr. David Harwell, Assistant Director Career Management and Development.  Dr. Harwell instructed the participants how to prepare and apply for an academic institution job, pros and cons of a careers in academia and job opportunities within the four main types of academic institutions. He also clearly explained best way to find industrial jobs and explained how to write a resume for industry and manage the recruitment process. CSW- YCC committee would like to recognize and thank, Dr. Harwell, ACS-Career team and also CSW secretary Ms. Kristy Martin for helping us in making this event a big success.  Flyer (PDF, 15 Kb)  

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Career Workshop organized by CSW and YCC

Working in higher education-Career Workshop

The Chemical Society of Washington is holding a Career Workshop by Dr. David Harwell, Assistant Director, ACS Career Management and Development.  In this extensive workshop you will learn how to prepare and apply for an academic institution job, pros and cons of a career in academia and job opportunities within the four main types of academic institutions.  You will also explore what you can expect during your first year in academia and what you can do during that year to lay the foundation for success.  Flyer: PDF, 16KB 

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Anacostia Environmental Youth Summit

Anacostia Environmental Youth Summit

CSW-YCC and CSW-sustainability committee participated in an outreach event at the Anacostia Environmental Youth Summit (AEYS organized by District Department of Environment) on May 31, 2013 at Anacostia Park, Washington DC. Volunteers from CSW provided hands-on activities to high school students. Our main aim was to educate the students about air and water pollution and explain about greenhouse gases and oil spills with some demonstrations.

 

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YCC Career-related Workshop

Finding your pathway - Career Workshop

In order to explore the diverse opportunities available in today’s market, YCC organized a workshop on career development and job prospects in the industrial and academic settings on May 4, 2013 at ACS Headquarters from 10:00 am-noon. Ms. Malahat Layazali and Mr. Roger E Brown, from ACS-Careers explained how to start searching for jobs and different job opportunities. About 37 participants actively participated in this workshop and discussion. CSW- YCC committee would like to recognize and thank, the speakers, Ms. Layazali and Mr. Brown, ACS-Career team for helping us in making this event a big success.

  

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YCC and Marymount University present a Seminar

"Chemistry in Forensic Sciences" by Dr. Jason Schaff
CSW-YCC and Marymount University’s Science Club collaboratively organized ‘Chemistry in the Forensic sciences’ a talk by Dr. Jason Schaff, at Rowlely hall, Marymount University on April 17, 2013. Dr. Schaff started by saying “It’s probably not what you think,” explaining the application of chemistry in forensic science, and also discussed various analytical tools that are used by a forensic chemist. About 45 attendees enjoyed the lecture. \

Dr. Jason Schaff talking about chemistry in the forensic sciences. Photo credit: Ajay Mallia

   CSW-YCC coordinator Dr. Deana Jaber introducing the speaker. Photo credit: Ajay Mallia 

Attendees enjoying the meeting. Photo credit : Ajay Mallia

YCC Happy Hour in Washington DC

Chemical Society of Washington Happy Hour

The Laughingman Tavern
1306 G street NW DC http://www.laughingmantavern.com/
A social Networking event with fellow chemists

Date and Time: Tuesday, March 26, 2013, 6pm - 8 pm

(Make reservation by Monday 25, noon, at csw@acs.org. If you need more information contact CSW office at 202-659-2650)

Metro: Metro Center or McPherson square

  • Test your knowledge about Beer (chemistry!) and win prizes!!
  • Join our electronic rolodex by dropping your name card to the fish bowl.
  • Network with chemists and scientists.
  • Learn more about CSW and YCC activities.

Brought to you by: CSW Younger Chemists Committee

Flyer (PDF, 354 Kb)

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YCC Webinar at presented at Marymount University

"A Date with Science: Dinner and Dessert Chemistry"

CSW-YCC tuned into the ACS webinar "A date with science: Dinner and Dessert Chemistry" at Marymount University. About 70 attendees enjoyed the chemistry as well as desserts. CSW- YCC committee would like to recognize and thank all CSW-board members. Flyer (pdf, 255Kb) 

Attendees enjoying the webinar at Marymount University, Caruthers Hall (Rm 1021). 

 

CSW YCC coordinator, Dr. Deana Jabor (Right) presenting ACS beaker mug to raffle winner.

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