255th ACS National Meeting & Exposition – ACS Theater Presentations
Monday, Mar 19 - Tuesday, Mar 20, 2018
Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
ACS Booth Theater #637
900 Convention Center Blvd, New Orleans, LA 70130
ACS on Campus is attending the 255th ACS National Meeting & Exposition! Join us in the ACS booth theater on Monday, March 19 and Tuesday, March 20 for presentations on how to get published with the ACS editors, exploring careers outside the lab, and using SciFInder to search for jobs. First 20 participants will receive an ACS on Campus swag bag! No registration is required. Take a break at ACS National Meeting and join us for a professional development session in the ACS booth!
ACS on Campus: How to Get Published with the ACS Editors
Get essential tips for getting your research published with ACS Editors Prof. Paul Mulvaney, Associate Editor of ACS Nano and Prof. Pete Licence, Associate Editor of ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering. You’ll learn how to prepare a strong manuscript, choose the best journal for your research, and prepare a cover letter that will get the attention of the ACS editors.
ACS On Campus: Beyond the Bench – Careers Outside the Lab
There are a lot of career paths available to chemists that reside outside the lab. Narrowing down these options can be a real challenge. In this presentation, we’ll delve into tools and resources that will help you discover which areas are best suited to your interests and expertise, whether that is in industry, academia, government, or non-profits.
ACS on Campus: Searching for Jobs with SciFinder
You have used SciFinder to research literature and patents but have you ever considered using SciFinder to help you research a potential company, prepare for an interview, or determine a graduate school that might be a good fit? Come learn how to use SciFinder to set yourself apart from the competition by being the most prepared and well-researched candidate.
The ACS Booth Theater #637 is located in the exhibit hall of the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.
How to Get Published with the ACS Editors
Beyond the Bench – Careers Outside the Lab
Searching for Jobs with SciFinder
Pete Licence, Ph.D.
Associate Editor, ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering
Professor in Chemistry at the University of Nottingham; Inaugural Director of the GSK Carbon Neutral Laboratories for Sustainable Chemistry
Pete Licence is Professor in Chemistry at the University of Nottingham where he is also inaugural Director of the GSK Carbon Neutral Laboratories for Sustainable Chemistry, a new-build facility focused on the delivery of sustainable chemistry solutions for the fine chemicals and pharmaceuticals sectors. A synthetic organic chemist by training, Licence offers experience in the design and preparation of ultra-high purity functionalised ionic liquids that are bespoke for a specific task. The key driver that underpins much of Licence’s research is the development of an in-depth knowledge of interactions and processes at interfaces and discontinuities. Interfaces are crucial regions in most processes spanning extraction, catalysis and small molecule sensing. Licence is Adjunct Professor in Chemistry at Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia, Co-Director of the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Sustainable Chemistry (CDT-SusChem) and Co-I of the BBSRC/EPSRC Multidisciplinary Synthetic Biology Research Centre (SBRC-Nottingham). Pete is author of > 120 peer-reviewed articles in the field of Green and Sustainable Chemistry (h = 35), a founding presenter in the acclaimed YouTube channel PeriodicVideos.com and Associate Editor of the American Chemical Society journal; ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering. www.nottingham.ac.uk/ionicliquids www.periodicvideos.com
Paul Mulvaney, Ph.D.
Associate Editor, ACS Nano
Professor of Chemistry, School of Chemistry, University of Melbourne
Paul Mulvaney is currently Professor of Chemistry in the School of Chemistry at the University of Melbourne and a “1000 Talents Professor” at Chongqing Institute for Green and Intelligent Technology, China. Mulvaney serves as an Associate Editor of the journal ACS Nano. He was Chair of the RACI Colloid Chemistry Division from 2009-2011 and a founding member of ACIS, the Australasian Colloid and Interface Society in 2013. From 2014-2016 he chaired the National Committee for Chemistry under the Australian Academy of Science and led the group that created the first Decadal Plan for Chemistry. His recent research work, funded through the ARC Laureate Fellowship program (2011-2015) focussed on plasmonics – the optical properties of small metal colloid particles. He has published more than 270 research articles with an average of >100 citations per paper. His current role is Director of the new, 7-year ARC Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science.
Senior Solutions Strategist, Chemical Abstracts Service
Mindy Pozenel is a Sr. Solutions Strategist at CAS, a division of the American Chemical Society. She has been a contributor to the ACS on Campus program since 2016. In her current role, Mindy is responsible for Chemistry Class Advantage, an online learning solution for organic chemistry professors to use in undergraduate classes. Additionally, she also contributes to the CAS SciFinder Future Leaders program, an exclusive annual event designed to help advance the careers of Ph.D. students and postdoctoral researchers from around the world. Prior to joining CAS, Mindy was the Director of Product Management at OCLC, a global library cooperative that provides shared technology services, original research and community programs for its membership and the library community at large. She earned her BSCE in civil/environmental engineering at Purdue University and holds an MBA from The Ohio State University Max M. Fisher College of Business.
Margaret Grow-Sadler, Ph.D.
Project Manager, Graduate & Postdoctoral Scholars Office, American Chemical Society
Margaret Grow-Sadler is a Project Manager in the Graduate & Postdoctoral Scholars Office (GPSO) at the American Chemical Society (ACS). She helps support graduate students and postdocs in the chemical sciences, mainly through career-related resources. Margaret serves as the Associate Editor of the Graduate and Postdoctoral Chemist digital magazine, manages career development workshops, such as the Preparing for Life After Graduate School workshop, runs the office’s social media presence, supports numerous activities at all ACS National Meetings, and assists with updating, maintaining, and administering the office’s numerous other programs, workshops, and responsibilities. Margaret received her BS in chemistry from Villanova University in 2006 (Go Cats!) and her PhD in chemistry, focusing on organic and nanochemistry, from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, in 2012. She joined ACS after a two-year postdoctoral fellowship at Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD, where her research was microwave-assisted organic synthesis of cyanine dyes.
Stephen Ritter, Ph.D.
Managing Editor, ACS Publications
Stephen Ritter is a managing editor for ACS Global Journals Development responsible for the core organic and inorganic journals, including Inorganic Chemistry, Organometallics, and The Journal of Organic Chemistry. He previously was senior editor for Chemical & Engineering News.