CAZACS Networking Committee is hosting monthly informal get-togethers with fellow CAZACS members and science enthusiasts! We will meet every 2nd Thursday of the month at 6pm. Join us for food, drinks, tours, lectures, and getting out to meet local chemists, scientists, and engineers! The next event will be on January 9, 2020 at 6pm This… Continue reading STEM on Tap – Launching Jan 2020
It's that time of year: potlucks, holiday parties, and recognition luncheons. Last Saturday, we gathered at Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen for the annual CAZACS recognition luncheon. We announced the new 2020 CAZACS governance election results, thanked our executive board and committee chairs for organizing events in 2019, and recognized 50-, 60-, and 70-year ACS members. The… Continue reading 2019 Recognition Banquet
As part of National Chemistry Week, the ACS hosts an illustrated poem contest for K-12 students. We selected poems from the local section for chemistry themes ("Marvelous Metals"), creative poetry, and excellent artwork. Winners of each category are submitted from each local section to the National contest. Congratulations to all of our winners, and thank… Continue reading National Chemistry Week 2019 Illustrated Poetry Contest Winners!
The executive committee of the Central Arizona Section of the American Chemical Society (CAZACS) is delighted to invite its members to the upcoming Annual Recognition Banquet, in celebration of our 50- and 60-year members, 2019 Executive board and committee chairs, past executive committee members, and awardees! Please join us for lunch at Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen… Continue reading Upcoming CAZACS Annual Recognition Banquet
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