Georgia Section

A home for members and friends of the American Chemical Society's Georgia Section throughout the greater Atlanta area and its vicinity.

2018 Chemists Celebrate Earth Week Events

The theme of the 2018 ACS Chemists Celebrate Earth Week (CCEW) is "Dive into Marine Chemistry". More information can be found at the main CCEW Website.

Georgia Section CCEW events

April 19, 2018

Thursday

11 am- 3 pm

Georgia Gwinnett College

Apr 23, 2018

Monday

7:10 am to 2:10 pm

Peach Tree Ridge HS

April 29, 2018

Sunday

1 pm -5 pm

The Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center

April 30, 2018

Monday

10.30am-2:10 pm

Meadowcreek HS

If you would like volunteer/host CCEW event or share information at your university, school, business, or community, contact Ajay Mallia (amallia@ggc.edu). 

May Dinner Meeting

May 15, 2018: Percy Julian Awards Celebration and Dinner

Mr. Shannon “Max” McCall, Founder/Owner, Multiple Discipline Technology Group (MDTG), LLC

“From Education to Career:  Simple Concept, Complicated Process”

Location: Manley Atrium, Spelman College, 350 Spelman Ln., Atlanta, GA 30314

Full Meeting Details

2018 Herty Medalist Announced

Professor Sandra J. Rosenthal is the recipient of the 2018 Herty Medal as awarded by the Georgia Section of the American Chemical Society recognizing outstanding work and service by a chemist in the Southeast.

Prof. Rosenthal is Jack and Pamela Egan Professor of Chemistry, Professor of Physics, Pharmacology, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Materials Science at Vanderbilt University and is Director of the Vanderbilt Institute of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (VINSE). She is being recognized for “developing nanocrystal probes for neuroscience and white light emitting nanocrystals, as well as her contributions to improving STEM education across Tennessee.”(Photo Credit: Vanderbilt University/Daniel Dubois)

More details on the Awards page.

2018 Monthly Meeting Schedule (Planned)

Date

Speaker

Event/Topic

Venue

January 29

Dr. Holly Carpenter

Clinical Laboratory Diagnostics

Mary Mac’s Tea Room

February 26

Prof. David Lynn and Ms. Lisa Paulson

TBD 

Emory University

March 26

Dr. Theresa Chamblee

Flavor Chemistry

Collonade

April 11

Dr. Marie Pileni

ACS-SCF Franco-American Lectureship

Georgia Gwinnett College

May 15

Mr. Shannon “Max” McCall

Percy Julian Awards

Spelman College

June

 

Bond-B-Q Cookout

Shorty Howell Park

September 20

Prof. Sandra Rosenthal 

Herty Award Dinner

Emory or GT

October

 

50/60 Year Member Luncheon and Student Posters

Mercer University

November

Panel

Environmental Chemistry

Eclipse de Luna, Buckhead

December

 

Annual Holiday Party

5 Seasons, West Midtown

Showcase Your Chemical Business

ATTENTION CHEMICAL BUSINESSES!
 
If you would like to showcase your business to the attendees of a monthly dinner meeting, please send your response to Ajay Malia.
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This invitation is available to the first respondee only for each month’s dinner meeting.  Space will be provided for advertising materials.  Please make arrangements with Ajay.
 
This offer is being made on behalf of the Georgia Section’s Chemical Businesses Group.
For information about the Group, please contact Dr. Maria Beug-Deeb at atlschb@gmail.com.

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2018 Theme

The Georgia Local Section of the ACS has selected the theme, A Year of Giving: Catalyzing Chemistry via Community, for its 2018 programming. A Year of Giving refers to the outreach and education of technical and non-technical audiences about the importance of chemists and chemistry via the coupling of commonplace and technical chemistry ideas. We hope you will join and support us in this critical mission.