Scenes from the ACS national meeting in Washington, D.C. | September 4, 2017 Issue - Vol. 95 Issue 35 | Chemical & Engineering News
Volume 95 Issue 35 | pp. 40-41
Issue Date: September 4, 2017

Scenes from the ACS national meeting in Washington, D.C.

Department: ACS News
Keywords: ACS News, ACS national meeting, Washington, D.C.
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High school teachers Sally Mitchell (left) and Stephanie O'Brien make paper during the Chemistry Teacher Program.
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High school teachers Sally Mitchell (left) and Stephanie O'Brien make paper during the Chemistry Teacher Program.
 
High school teachers Sally Mitchell (left) and Stephanie O'Brien make paper during the Chemistry Teacher Program.
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ACS Immediate Past-President Donna Nelson (right) with Ann Nalley at the Kavli reception.
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ACS Immediate Past-President Donna Nelson (right) with Ann Nalley at the Kavli reception.
 
ACS Immediate Past-President Donna Nelson (right) with Ann Nalley at the Kavli reception.
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ACS President-Elect Peter Dorhout (right) with ACS Scholar alumni Bernadette Hernandez-Sanchez during a reception recognizing donors to the program.
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ACS President-Elect Peter Dorhout (right) with ACS Scholar alumni Bernadette Hernandez-Sanchez during a donors reception.
 
ACS President-Elect Peter Dorhout (right) with ACS Scholar alumni Bernadette Hernandez-Sanchez during a reception recognizing donors to the program.
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Participants of the Younger Chemists Committee-Member Insurance Program Fun Run ran by a number of notable D.C. landmarks, including the White House.
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Participants of the Younger Chemists Committee-Member Insurance Program Fun Run ran by a number of notable D.C. landmarks, including the White House.
 
Participants of the Younger Chemists Committee-Member Insurance Program Fun Run ran by a number of notable D.C. landmarks, including the White House.
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Allison Campbell makes opening remarks during the Kavli lectures.
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ACS President Allison Campbell makes opening remarks during the Kavli lectures.
 
Allison Campbell makes opening remarks during the Kavli lectures.
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Charles Cannon of Columbia College Chicago reads the Aug. 14/21 issue of C&EN, featuring the 2017 class of the Talented 12, before the Committee on Minority Affairs luncheon.
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Charles Cannon of Columbia College Chicago reads the Aug. 14/21 issue of C&EN, featuring the 2017 class of the Talented 12, before the Committee on Minority Affairs luncheon.
 
Charles Cannon of Columbia College Chicago reads the Aug. 14/21 issue of C&EN, featuring the 2017 class of the Talented 12, before the Committee on Minority Affairs luncheon.
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The candidates for 2018 ACS president-elect, Willie E. May (left) of the University of Maryland and Bonnie A. Charpentier of Cytokinetics.
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Willie E. May (left) of the University of Maryland and Bonnie A. Charpentier of Cytokinetics.
 
The candidates for 2018 ACS president-elect, Willie E. May (left) of the University of Maryland and Bonnie A. Charpentier of Cytokinetics.
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Joshua Ayoola Obaleye of the ACS Nigeria Chapter attends the International Welcome Reception.

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Joshua Ayoola Obaleye.
 
Joshua Ayoola Obaleye of the ACS Nigeria Chapter attends the International Welcome Reception.

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Yang Yang of the University of Kansas explains his research to Xiao-Ying Yu of Pacific Northwest National Lab during Sci-Mix.
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Yang Yang of the University of Kansas explains his research to Xiao-Ying Yu of Pacific Northwest National Lab during Sci-Mix.
 
Yang Yang of the University of Kansas explains his research to Xiao-Ying Yu of Pacific Northwest National Lab during Sci-Mix.
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Confalone (second from left) with Project SEED and ACS Scholars alumni Ticora Jones (from left), Anita Hurtado-Strok, and Brandon Presley at a reception recognizing donors to the programs.
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Confalone (second from left) with Project SEED and ACS Scholars alumni Ticora Jones (from left), Anita Hurtado-Strok, and Brandon Presley at a reception recognizing donors to the programs.
 
Confalone (second from left) with Project SEED and ACS Scholars alumni Ticora Jones (from left), Anita Hurtado-Strok, and Brandon Presley at a reception recognizing donors to the programs.
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Roald Hoffmann of Cornell University celebrated his 80th birthday with an honorary symposium during the meeting.
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Roald Hoffmann.
 
Roald Hoffmann of Cornell University celebrated his 80th birthday with an honorary symposium during the meeting.
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Connelly (left) with ACS Board Chair Pat N. Confalone at the convention center.
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Connelly (left) with ACS Board Chair Pat N. Confalone at the convention center.
 
Connelly (left) with ACS Board Chair Pat N. Confalone at the convention center.
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Alex, three, gets a hug from ACS President Allison A. Campbell, who is dressed as Meg A. Mole, during the ACS Kids Zone Presidential Outreach Event at the ACS headquarters building.
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A little girl gets a hug from Meg A. Mole during the ACS Kids Zone Presidential Outreach Event at the ACS headquarters building.
 
Alex, three, gets a hug from ACS President Allison A. Campbell, who is dressed as Meg A. Mole, during the ACS Kids Zone Presidential Outreach Event at the ACS headquarters building.
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William Burlew, Sarah Au, and Tony Thompson of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency gaze at the solar eclipse.
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William Burlew, Sarah Au, and Tony Thompson of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency gaze at the solar eclipse.
 
William Burlew, Sarah Au, and Tony Thompson of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency gaze at the solar eclipse.
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Women Chemists Committee luncheon speaker Amanda Bryant-Friedrich (left) with former ACS board chair Nina McClelland.
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Amanda Bryant-Friedrich (left) and Nina McClelland.
 
Women Chemists Committee luncheon speaker Amanda Bryant-Friedrich (left) with former ACS board chair Nina McClelland.
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Prashant Jain, The Kavli Foundation Emerging Leader in Chemistry Lecturer (from left); Joanna Aizenberg, The Fred Kavli Innovations in Chemistry Lecturer; and Thomas Connelly, ACS Executive Director and CEO, gather for a group photo between lectures.
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Allison Campbell (from left), Prashant Jain, Joanna Aizenberg, and Tom.
 
Prashant Jain, The Kavli Foundation Emerging Leader in Chemistry Lecturer (from left); Joanna Aizenberg, The Fred Kavli Innovations in Chemistry Lecturer; and Thomas Connelly, ACS Executive Director and CEO, gather for a group photo between lectures.
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Current and past SciFinder Future Leaders shared their experiences during a Q&A session at the ACS Theater. From left to right: Alyssa-Jennifer Avestro, Jeffrey Y. W. Mak, Elisa Ivry, Stafford Sheehan, and Claire Jarvis.
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Alyssa-Jennifer Avestro, Jeffrey Y. W. Mak, Elisa Ivry, Stafford Sheehan, and Claire Jarvis.
 
Current and past SciFinder Future Leaders shared their experiences during a Q&A session at the ACS Theater. From left to right: Alyssa-Jennifer Avestro, Jeffrey Y. W. Mak, Elisa Ivry, Stafford Sheehan, and Claire Jarvis.
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