Event Materials

Visit ACS resources to keep the ACS on Campus discussion going.

ACS on Campus

"As a librarian I felt it was important to attend this event and learn what ACS had to say."

Melissa Savage, Science Librarian
University of Houston, Houston, TX

Event materials for attendees

During ACS on Campus events, we refer to many of the resources listed below and encourage you to take advantage of all of the programs and services that ACS has to offer.

ACS Publications Resources

During the Copyright and Ethics in Scholarly Publishing discussion we mention several of the following websites. Keep the discussion moving forward by following ACS Publications on Facebook and @ACSPublications.

Chemical Abstracts (CAS) Resources

  • CAS is the only organization in the world whose objective is to find, collect and organize all publicly disclosed substance information.
  • Learn more about how SciFinder provides unlimited access to the world’s largest and most reliable collection of chemistry and related science information.

Membership and Other ACS Resources

  • Graduate students and post-docs: Learn about the many benefits of membership ACS offers you at this stage in your career.
  • Undergraduates: Find out how ACS membership can benefit you as a student.
  • ACS Careers can help you with your job search by connecting you to ACS Career Consultants who assist with resume writing, interviewing and more. This service is only offered to ACS Members. Learn more.
  • ACS educates lawmakers and the general public on science, policy, and education.
  • ACS Location Sections and Technical Divisions: www.acs.org/Membership 
  • ACS Division of Education: www.acs.org/Education
  • ACS Petroleum Research Fund: www.acs.org/PRF
  • Sign up for the ACS Graduate & Postdoctoral Scholars Bulletin and put “Subscribe” in the subject line: GradEd@acs.org