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ACS National Meetings & Announcements

We are currently accepting proposed symposia for the 253rd ACS National meeting (see below).

253rd ACS National Meeting
San Francisco, California, April 2-6, 2017.
CallForSymposia and  Template for Symposium Submission

252nd ACS National Meeting
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Aug 21-25, 2016.
Draft Final Program (ENVR)
CallForPapers and Abstract Submission
CallForSymposia and  Template for Symposium Submission

251st ACS National Meeting
San Diego, California, March 13-17, 2016.
Meeting At a Glance ,  Searchable Full Program,    PDF of full program
CallForPapers and Abstract Submission
CallForSymposia and Template for Symposium Submission

Pacifichem 2015
Honolulu, Hawaii, December 15 – 20, 2015
abstract submission deadline of April 15
ACS ENVR Symposia are #’s 19, 86, and 124
Click here for list of all symposia

250th ACS National Meeting
Boston, Massachusetts, August 16-20, 2015
Reception_Dinner flier (ENVR)
Final Program (ENVR)
Meeting At a Glance (ENVR)
Call for papers (Call for abstracts) due March 23, 2015
Call For Symposia and template for symposium submission  due Nov. 20

249th ACS National Meeting
Denver, Colorado, 22–26 March 2015
Final Program (ENVR)
Meeting at a glance (ENVR Symposia)
Call for papers (Call for abstracts) due Oct. 20th 2014
Call For Symposia and Template for Symposium Submission

248th ACS National Meeting
San Francisco, California, August 10th-14th, 2014
“Chemistry and Stewardship of the World
Including several IUPAC cosponsored symposia:
140806ReceptionFlyer Reception: Tuesday, Aug. 12   6:00 – 7:30 pm
140806MeetingAtAGlanceENVR SF2014
Call For Participation

247th ACS National Meeting
Dallas, Texas, March 16th-20th, 2014
“Chemistry of Energy/Advanced Materials for New Opportunities
See the special events including cupcakes in the newsletter 140128Newsletter
140307 CareerPathwaysInENVRSession
140117 Draft Final Program D2014 ENVR
140304 Meeting Overview of ENVR Programming 247
Call For Participation


246th ACS National Meeting
Indianapolis, IN, Sept 8th – 12th, 2013
“Chemistry in Motion
Final Program With Schedule

August 16-20, 2015
Boston, Massachusetts

Other Meetings

Nov 2016 SWEMSA, see the attached flyer

2014-2015 IUPAC Chemistry and Environment proposals
Typically $5,000-$10,000 to organize a workshop alongside a national meeting on a special topic (e.g., for making an IUPAC set of recommendations on standardization in a particular subfield). Other proposal options exist, such as publication of an academic resource/text.


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