Volume 87 Issue 14 | pp. 38-39 | Meetings
Issue Date: April 6, 2009

Scenes From The ACS Meeting In Salt Lake City

Department: ACS News
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Michael V. Schaefer, a graduate student at the University of Iowa, discusses his research during Sci-Mix.
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Michael V. Schaefer, a graduate student at the University of Iowa, discusses his research during Sci-Mix.
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Roald Hoffmann, winner of the Grady-Stack Award, and Sally B. Mitchell, winner of the James Bryant Conant Award in High School Chemistry Teaching, celebrate during the awards banquet.
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Roald Hoffmann, winner of the Grady-Stack Award, and Sally B. Mitchell, winner of the James Bryant Conant Award in High School Chemistry Teaching, celebrate during the awards banquet.
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Nancy B. Jackson (on the left) and Cheryl A. Martin are the candidates for 2010 president-elect.
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Nancy B. Jackson (on the left) and Cheryl A. Martin are the candidates for 2010 president-elect.
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Ingrid Montes, chair of the Committee on Community Activities, is surrounded by her cadre of students from Puerto Rico.
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Ingrid Montes, chair of the Committee on Community Activities, is surrounded by her cadre of students from Puerto Rico.
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Erika Martinez of Mount St. Mary's College, in Los Angeles, explains her research during the undergraduate research poster session.
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Erika Martinez of Mount St. Mary's College, in Los Angeles, explains her research during the undergraduate research poster session.
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Paul S. Weiss, Penn State chemistry and physics professor and editor-in-chief of ACS Nano, was a driving force behind the nano-themed programming at the national meeting.
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Paul S. Weiss, Penn State chemistry and physics professor and editor-in-chief of ACS Nano, was a driving force behind the nano-themed programming at the national meeting.
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Bronze statue of mother and children in Temple Square is a typical example of statuary scattered throughout Salt Lake City.
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Bronze statue of mother and children in Temple Square is a typical example of statuary scattered throughout Salt Lake City.
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At the expo, ACS Publications played up its popular paper on microcapsules that act as a "roach motel" for harmful bacteria.
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At the expo, ACS Publications played up its popular paper on microcapsules that act as a "roach motel" for harmful bacteria.
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ACS President Thomas H. Lane talks with undergraduates from Wesley College, in Dover, Del., during Sci-Mix.
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ACS President Thomas H. Lane talks with undergraduates from Wesley College, in Dover, Del., during Sci-Mix.
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ACS Executive Director and CEO Madeleine Jacobs and Board Chair Judith L. Benham pose before the council meeting.
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ACS Executive Director and CEO Madeleine Jacobs and Board Chair Judith L. Benham pose before the council meeting.
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The expo drew a sizable crowd, including this attendee looking for a good book.
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The expo drew a sizable crowd, including this attendee looking for a good book.
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ACS President-Elect Joseph S. Francisco, President Thomas H. Lane, and Immediate Past-President Bruce E. Bursten pause for a photo before the board of directors open meeting.
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ACS President-Elect Joseph S. Francisco, President Thomas H. Lane, and Immediate Past-President Bruce E. Bursten pause for a photo before the board of directors open meeting.
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A young girl uses pH paper to test chocolate's ability to neutralize vinegar during the Chocolate Fest presidential outreach event.
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A young girl uses pH paper to test chocolate's ability to neutralize vinegar during the Chocolate Fest presidential outreach event.
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Winners of the Women Chemists Committee/Eli Lilly Travel Awards were honored during the WCC luncheon: Garvan-Olin Medalist Kathlyn A. Parker, ACS Executive Director and CEO Madeleine Jacobs, Xiao Yu Mo, Kiley White, Maria Deslandes, Kathy Beckner Woody, Kristie Ruddick, Karen Johnson, Ratika Krishnamurty, Michelle Cortes-Salva, Rebecca Frey, WCC Chair Dawn A. Brooks, and ACS President-Elect Joseph S. Francisco.
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Winners of the Women Chemists Committee/Eli Lilly Travel Awards were honored during the WCC luncheon: Garvan-Olin Medalist Kathlyn A. Parker, ACS Executive Director and CEO Madeleine Jacobs, Xiao Yu Mo, Kiley White, Maria Deslandes, Kathy Beckner Woody, Kristie Ruddick, Karen Johnson, Ratika Krishnamurty, Michelle Cortes-Salva, Rebecca Frey, WCC Chair Dawn A. Brooks, and ACS President-Elect Joseph S. Francisco.
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