Board of Directors meetings are held the 2nd Thursday night of each month (September through May) in the clubhouse at Glen Echo Country Club, map unless you see a special date or location announced on the home page events calendar. Social hour starts at 5:30, dinner and officers’ reports at 6:30, and the business meeting at 7:15. Meetings are open to all section members, but attendees must pay for their own dinners. The usual cost is $24; officers and chairs of major committees who are post-docs or unemployed, $12. There is no cost to attend only the business meeting. Elected officers and committee chairs have the right to vote; others in attendance have voice but no vote.
Dinner reservations are required by noon on the Monday before the meeting. Contact the section Chair to make a reservation.
Chair: Bruce Ritts, email@example.com
What’s up next with the Chromatography Discussion Group?
Wednesday, December 1st, McMillen 311 (Chemistry), Washington University
Jawad Pashmi, HPLC Sales Support Specialist, Dionex Corporation, Ultra-high Performance Nano/Capillary HPLC—New Developments and Applications
Pizza and soda at 6 pm, presentation at 6:30.
Directions to McMillan 311. The parking garage is northwest of McMillen, between Throop Drive and Forest Park Parkway. Print the parking pass and leave it on your dashboard. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by noon on the day of the meeting to ensure that enough food is ordered.
The St Louis Chromatography Discussion Group appreciates the financial support of:
Grace Davison Discovery Sciences
CCDG meetings are held at Tripos, Inc., 1699 South Hanley Road, St Louis, MO 63144.
For more information about the meetings or if you would like to speak at a future meeting contact Philippa Wolohan (314-647-8837 x 3201 or email@example.com) or Mitchell Polley (314) 647-8837 x 3358 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Discussion group leader: Sandy Mueller of John Burroughs School (email@example.com).
If you would like your name, or colleagues’ names, added to the Education Topics Discussion Group e-mail list, email Hal Harris, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Greg Wall, (314) 772-0037 for more information.
The Midwest Mass Spectrometry Discussion Group is made possible by contributions from the following organizations:
Bruker Daltonics, Inc
Washington University Department of Chemistry
St Louis Section of the American Chemical Society
For more information, contact Henry Rohrs at the Washington University NIH/NCRR Mass Spectrometry Resource, (314) 935-8164 or email@example.com, or visit the website, msr.dom.wustl.edu/MWMS_Discussion_Group/index.htm
Lots of ways to stay informed:
Our brothers and sisters on the engineering side of the divide host an active monthly program featuring a guest speaker or special event. For up-to-date information, visit the AIChE website, and check out the current newsletter and schedule of future events.
Contact Paul Pfaff at Weskem-Hall for further information (314) 725-2600.
For more information contact Leah O'Brien, (618) 650-3562 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Resources for Career Management for Chemists in a Challenging Market: VIII—Entrepreneurial Spirit
November 8, 2011 at Washington University, McMillen Laboratory Sciences 311
$3 cash on site to attend. RSVP to Eric Bruton at email@example.com by Nov 7th.
For information about YCC membership or programs, contact Eric Bruton, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Area colleges and universities host seminar series throughout their academic year calendars. Details of each seminar are often unavailable until shortly before the event, so it is best to consult the website or email the faculty seminar coordinator for the most up-to-date information.
Seminars are on Fridays at 12 noon in Carlo Auditorium, Tegeler Hall, unless noted otherwise. Refreshments follow.
For more information, contact Ryan McCulla, email@example.com. The Chemistry Department’s seminar page has a schedule of the semester’s topics/speakers.
Seminars are held on Mondays at 4:00 pm in Room 451 Benton Hall unless otherwise specified. Refreshments 15 minutes prior to seminar time. Check the Chemistry Department’s seminar page for current information.
Seminars are in McMillen 311 at 4 pm unless otherwise noted. Coffee is available 20 minutes prior to the talk, and refreshments follow. For information, contact: Liviu Mirica, firstname.lastname@example.org. An up-to-date list of seminars is available on the Chemistry Department’s seminar page.
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