In the spirit of accessible education, CAZACS hosted a talk from Anna Hayes with Chemists without Borders at the Arizona Museum of Natural History in Mesa--on Smithsonian's Museum Day (September 21). Chemists without Borders aims to solve humanitarian problems by mobilizing the resources and expertise of the global chemistry community and its networks. Just think… Continue reading Chemists without Borders
We are opening the floor for 2019 nominations (including self-nominations) for the following positions: Chair-elect Secretary Treasurer Councilor Alternate councilor Please submit your nominations (or self-nominations) and biography to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 9/21/2019. We will verify acceptance of all nominations prior to ballot creation. Information about the duties of the positions and… Continue reading CAZACS 2019 Call for Nominations
When we said "Beat the Heat," we sure meant it! It was hopping at the Historic Brewing company in downtown Flagstaff. Delicious brews, good food, and some live music! We even had a walk-in: a local NAU student & ACS member stopped by the bar, having not realized that CAZACS had ordered up some appetizers… Continue reading CAZACS Retreat in Flagstaff
The Rocky Mountain regional section of the ACS is calling for nominations for several awards, including: - E. Ann Nalley Regional Award for Volunteer Service to the American Chemical Society - Regional Award for Excellence in High School Teaching - Stanley C. Israel Regional Award for Advancing Diversity in the Chemical Sciences - Partners for Progress and Prosperity… Continue reading Call for Regional Award Nominations
Whether it's cranking up the AC, darting from the lab or office to the car, or dodging the relentless sun with bits of shade, those that brave the Phoenix heat need a break! Our Flagstaff-area CAZACS members know this well, which is why your ACS Central Arizona local section has organized events over two days… Continue reading Beat the Heat with a Flagstaff Retreat!