ACS International Center™ Events

Globally Focused Activities at the
249th ACS National Meeting & Exposition

March 22-26, 2015 | Denver, Colorado, USA

Join your colleagues from across the globe at the 249th ACS National Meeting as they discuss the most recent findings in international science. Check out these activities designed with the globally curious STEM practitioner in mind. 

Sunday, March 22

8:00-9:30am and 10:00am -12:05pm The Transnational Practice of Chemistry & Allied Sciences & Engineering: Study, Research & Careers without Borders

Mile High Ballroom 3A - Colorado Convention Center

Sunday, March 22

1:30-4:50pm Growing Opportunities for Research Abroad: An Undergraduate Perspective of International Research Experiences

Mineral D, Hyatt Regency Denver at the Colorado Convention Center

Sunday, March 22
5:30-7:30pm International Welcome Reception
Centennial D, Hyatt Regency

Tuesday, March 24

9:00-12:30pm and 2:00-5:00pm The Interface of Chemical and Biological Sciences International Disarmament Efforts RSVP here

Mineral D, Hyatt Regency Denver at the Colorado Convention Center

Monday, March 23

12:00-2:00pm 2014 IREU students’ posters featured in the CHED Undergraduate Poster Session

Hall E, Colorado Convention Center

Learn more about the symposia and activities by accessing the ACS Online Technical Planner

Webinar: Global Scientific Collaboration: A Key to Scientific Success

Wednesday, February 25- 1pm EST

Join Matt Smith (University of Chicago) author of the 2014 article "The Scientific Impact of Nations: Journal Placement and Citation Performance" and Dr. Joe Francisco (University of Nebraska-Lincoln), ACS Past-President discuss the importance of international scientific collaboration. Why is it global exchange between countries so important and how can it help your scientific career? Dr. Francisco will also provide tips on how to prepare yourself for a future in global science.

Watch these short video presentations to help you build specific job-search or on-the-job skills.