The American Chemical Society is the largest organization in the world devoted to a single discipline with over 150,000 members world-wide. The Nashville Section is one of 189 local sections nation-wide. We serve member chemists and chemical engineers in middle Tennessee and south central Kentucky. There are six other sections that serve Tennessee.
Saturday, November 9, 8:30 AM to 11:00 AM
Embassy Suites, Murfreesboro, TN
Held in conjunction with the TSTA conference
The Nashville Section of the American Chemical Society invites teachers, students, and STEM stakeholders to join us on Saturday November 9 at the Embassy Suites for information, fun, and take-a ways that will be beneficial to current and future chemists. This exciting half day will be filled with information you need to know to make an informed career choice!
Students and chemist looking for a new career:
Meet local STEM industry representatives and learn about available jobs in chemistry
Hear from STEM chemists about their work
Ask local recruiters questions about finding the right job
Have your resume reviewed by a local expert
Learn about ACS resources
Obtain information about local jobs in chemistry that could help your students make
Network with local companies and recruiters
High school students attending will gain valuable career information
ACS Members, students, and other professionals will have a chance to talk with recruiters and have their resume evaluated.
Congratulations to the Nashville Local Section's Councillor, Ruth Woodall, on receiving the 2013 Helen M. Free Award for Public Outreach from the American Chemical Society. Ruth was honored in a fabulous ceremony during the 2013 Chemluminary Awards at the Fall ACS National Meeting in Indianapolis.
We also offer congratulations to Bommanna Loganathan and our neighbors in the Kentucky Lake Local Section for being honored with the Chemluminary for Outstanding Performance by a Local Section - Small Size Category.
Chemistry demonstrations for schools and private events
Mr. Bond, The Science Guy
A list courtesy of our Councilor, Ruth Woodall
What is the ACS???
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The Councilor's Report from the recent Philadelphia National Meeting is now available here.
The Nashville Section has grown large enough to have two Councilors and two Alternate Councilors. Congratulations to Judith Iriarte-Gross on her recent election as our newest Section Councilor and to Preston MaDougall and William Ilsley as our newest Section Alternate Councilors.