ACS Graduate & Postdoctoral
Scholars Bulletin

Oct/Nov 2012

GSSPC: A Chance For Excitement, Leadership, and Opportunity

Grad students from a variety of universities have shared the excitement of planning symposia for ACS National Meetings. Bringing their visions to fruition, they’ve organized and led symposia with world-renowned scientists. These groups are called Graduate Student Symposium Planning Committees (GSSPCs), and they seek the individuals who will join their ranks in 2014. One of their current members answers all your questions.

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New Opportunities
Travel and Other Awards
ACS ENVR: Two Award Opportunities for Graduate Students
ACS ORGN: Graduate Student Travel Awards
ACS MEDI: 2013 Robert M. Scarborough Award for Graduate/Post-Graduate Excellence in Medicinal Chemistry
Research & Postdoctoral Fellowships
NSF: Graduate Student Research Fellowship Program
ACS: Public Policy Fellowships
ACS: Application to be the Next ACS Graduate Student Symposium Planning Committee (GSSPC)
YCC: Younger Chemist Leadership Development Award
ACS COMP: Image Competition
TSRC: Application for Telluride School on Theorectical Chemistry

Piled Higher and Deeper by Jorge Cham (originally published 10/12/11)

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