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September 6, 2010, 2009
Volume 88, Number 36
pp. 74-75

Scenes From The ACS Meeting In Boston

Photos by Linda Wang

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ACS President-Elect Nancy B. Jackson (from left), President Joseph S. Francisco, and Immediate Past-President Thomas H. Lane convene at the ACS Board meeting. Linda Wang/C&EN
ACS President-Elect Nancy B. Jackson (from left), President Joseph S. Francisco, and Immediate Past-President Thomas H. Lane convene at the ACS Board meeting.
Daniel Sangobanwo of Queensborough Community College shares his research findings during the Undergraduate Poster Session. Linda Wang/C&EN
Daniel Sangobanwo of Queensborough Community College shares his research findings during the Undergraduate Poster Session.
At the expo, Volodymry Kriuchkov (right) of Montreal tackles a molecular puzzle while Nobuyuki Harada of Maruzen International looks on. Linda Wang/C&EN
At the expo, Volodymry Kriuchkov (right) of Montreal tackles a molecular puzzle while Nobuyuki Harada of Maruzen International looks on.
President-elect candidates for 2011 Bassam Z. Shakhashiri (left) and Luis Echegoyen pause for a photo at Sci-Mix. Linda Wang/C&EN
President-elect candidates for 2011 Bassam Z. Shakhashiri (left) and Luis Echegoyen pause for a photo at Sci-Mix.
Dennis Livesay, associate professor of bioinformatics and genomics at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte, tries to warm up for the Younger Chemists Committee Fun Run, which was held at the crack of dawn—in pouring rain. Linda Wang/C&EN
Dennis Livesay, associate professor of bioinformatics and genomics at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte, tries to warm up for the Younger Chemists Committee Fun Run, which was held at the crack of dawn—in pouring rain.
Shawn Barton, an undergraduate and Howard Hughes Medical Institute scholar at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, shows off the slime he made during a workshop on National Chemistry Week activities. Linda Wang/C&EN
Shawn Barton, an undergraduate and Howard Hughes Medical Institute scholar at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, shows off the slime he made during a workshop on National Chemistry Week activities.
Elaine Harris of Breakthrough Marketing Technology (from left); Novella Bridges of Pacific Northwest National Lab; Ingrid Montes of the University of Puerto Rico, RÍo Piedras; and Donna Nelson of the University of Oklahoma shared their personal experiences during the Women Chemists of Color Summit. Linda Wang/C&EN
Elaine Harris of Breakthrough Marketing Technology (from left); Novella Bridges of Pacific Northwest National Lab; Ingrid Montes of the University of Puerto Rico, RÍo Piedras; and Donna Nelson of the University of Oklahoma shared their personal experiences during the Women Chemists of Color Summit.
ACS Executive Director and CEO Madeleine Jacobs (left) and Board Chair Bonnie A. Charpentier (right) pose with keynote speaker Daniel José Mindiola, the first ACS Scholar to earn a Ph.D., during the Committee on Minority Affairs luncheon. Linda Wang/C&EN
ACS Executive Director and CEO Madeleine Jacobs (left) and Board Chair Bonnie A. Charpentier (right) pose with keynote speaker Daniel José Mindiola, the first ACS Scholar to earn a Ph.D., during the Committee on Minority Affairs luncheon.
Supawan Tantayanon (left), president-elect of the Federation of Asian Chemical Societies, and Temechegn Engida, president of the Federation of African Societies of Chemistry, mingle during the Committee on International Activities/U.S. National Committee for the International Union of Pure & Applied Chemistry reception. Linda Wang/C&EN
Supawan Tantayanon (left), president-elect of the Federation of Asian Chemical Societies, and Temechegn Engida, president of the Federation of African Societies of Chemistry, mingle during the Committee on International Activities/U.S. National Committee for the International Union of Pure & Applied Chemistry reception.
ACS President Joseph S. Francisco (center) socializes with Christopher J. Bannochie (left) and Barbara Belmont at the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Chemists & Allies reception. Linda Wang/C&EN
ACS President Joseph S. Francisco (center) socializes with Christopher J. Bannochie (left) and Barbara Belmont at the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Chemists & Allies reception.
Zaida C. Morales-Martinez (left), emeritus professor at Florida International University, and Stephanie A. Burns, CEO of Dow Corning, show their strong support for the ACS Scholars Program during the Committee on Minority Affairs luncheon. Linda Wang/C&EN
Zaida C. Morales-Martinez (left), emeritus professor at Florida International University, and Stephanie A. Burns, CEO of Dow Corning, show their strong support for the ACS Scholars Program during the Committee on Minority Affairs luncheon.
Andrew L. Korich (right), a postdoc at the University of San Diego, exchanges information with Robert Brainard, associate professor of nanoscience at the State University of New York, Albany, during the Academic Employment Initiative, held at Sci-Mix. Linda Wang/C&EN
Andrew L. Korich (right), a postdoc at the University of San Diego, exchanges information with Robert Brainard, associate professor of nanoscience at the State University of New York, Albany, during the Academic Employment Initiative, held at Sci-Mix.
Shauntrece Hardrict of Blacksburg, Va., enjoys lighthearted conversation during the Women Chemists Committee Women in Industry Breakfast. Linda Wang/C&EN
Shauntrece Hardrict of Blacksburg, Va., enjoys lighthearted conversation during the Women Chemists Committee Women in Industry Breakfast.
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Linda Wang/C&EN
Linda Wang/C&EN
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