Howard University

Washington
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When

Friday, January 31, 2020

14:30-19:00

Where

Howard University
Department of Chemistry Building Room 102 & 103
525 College St NW, Washington, DC 20059

Who

Howard University

About

ACS on Campus is excited to partner with Howard University on January 31 for a half-day session full of networking and publishing insights! Join us for this free event to learn more about the American Chemical Society and available resources to help your professional development and career. Hear from and discuss research with ACS Editors and local professionals in the nation’s capital, home to ACS DC Headquarters. Attendees will also have the invaluable ability to workshop resumes and communication skills with peers and experts.

This event is FREE and open to students, faculty, and researchers studying the sciences. You do not have to be a student at Howard University to attend. Registration is recommended.

Check back soon for program announcements. 

Agenda

14:30-15:00

Registration

Location: CHEM 102

15:00-15:15

Opening Remarks & ACS Resources to Grow Your Future

Location: CHEM 102

LaTrease E. Garrison, Executive Vice President, American Chemical Society, Education Division

15:15-15:45

ACS ChemIDP: Planning Your Career

Location: CHEM 102

Natalia Martin, Project Manager, Graduate Students & Postdoctoral Scholars Office, American Chemical Society

15:45-16:15

Write it, Speak it: Effective Communications

Location: CHEM 102

16:15-16:30

Networking Break

Location: CHEM 102

16:30-17:30

College to Career: Chemist Profiles

Location: CHEM 102

Dr. Allison Aldridge, Consumer Safety Officer, Food and Drug Administration Office of Pharmaceutical Quality

LaTrease E. Garrison, Executive Vice President, American Chemical Society, Education Division

Chanceé Lundy, Community Conscious Engineer and Co-Owner, Nspiregreen LLC

17:30-19:00

Resume Review & Networking Reception

Location: CHEM 103

Dr. Allison Aldridge, Consumer Safety Officer, Food and Drug Administration Office of Pharmaceutical Quality

Roger Brown Jr., Executive Vice President, DC Water and Sewer Authority