Grow-Give-Gain—The Power of ACS Volunteers

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No one understands better than chemists how one element can be the catalyst for tremendous change. The work of American Chemical Society volunteers produce reactions that shape the ACS, and at the same time create bonds that support your personal and professional development.

Join Diane Krone, Chair of the Committee on Committees, Julie Smist, Chair of the Nominations and Elections Committee, and Judy Giordan, ACS President-Elect as they discuss how you can become involved in one of the many diverse ACS Committees and how your ideas and perspectives can strengthen the Society.

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What You Will Learn

  • How and why you should get involved in ACS governance
  • What are the benefits of volunteering to serve on Society Committees
  • What is your time commitment for serving on a Committee


The Fine Print

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Meet the Experts  

Judy Giordan
ACS President-Elect,
American Chemical Society

Diane Krone
Chair, Committee on Committees,
American Chemical Society

Julie Smist
Chair, Nominations and Elections Committee, American Chemical Society

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