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Starting a Company: Where Do You Get Funding?

Tuesday, December 1, 2020 at 2-3pm ET
Speakers: Jim Skinner, Terregena, Inc. and H.N. Cheng, 2020 ACS President-Elect
Moderator: Diane Grob Schmidt, 2015 ACS President

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What You Will Learn

  • The many sources of funding and their impact on ownership 
  • The importance of milestone achievements for valuation purposes
  • The criteria and terms that investors use to make investing decisions

Co-produced with: ACS Industry Member Programs, ACS President-Elect, ACS Board Committee on Corporation Associates, ACS Committee on Technician Affairs, the ACS Division of Small Chemical Businesses, and the ACS Division of Business Development and Management

The 2020 Election: What Happened And What It Means for the Future

Wednesday, December 2, 2020 at 2-3pm ET
Speaker: Leah Askarinam, National Journal’s Hotline

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What You Will Learn

  • What Biden’s coalition means for the future of the Democratic Party
  • How Trump’s coalition differs from that of down-ballot Republicans
  • What to look for in Georgia’s runoff elections in January

Co-produced with: ACS External Affairs & Communications


Systems Thinking in Chemistry Education: Preparing Global Citizens for a Sustainable Future

Thursday, December 10, 2020 at 2-3pm ET
SpeakersMaryKay Orgill, University of Nevada, Las Vegas and Peter Mahaffy, The Kings University, Edmonton 
Moderator: David Constable, American Chemical Society

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What You Will Learn

  • What a systems thinking approach looks like in chemistry education: its essential characteristics and the benefits of its use
  • How a systems thinking approach differs from and extends upon a context-based approach to chemistry teaching and learning
  • How a systems thinking approach can prepare students to become global citizens capable of taking informed action to support planetary sustainability

Co-produced with: ACS Green Chemistry Institute

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