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Plan Your Career with Ease for FREE Using ChemIDP! ChemIDP is a free Individual Development Plan tool designed specifically for graduate students and postdoctoral scholars in the chemical sciences. Through immersive, self-paced activities, users identify career goals, determine specific skills needed for success, and develop a plan to achieve their professional goals. ChemIDP helps you track your progress and provides tips and strategies for realizing your goals.
New Hazard Assessment Website This website has a rich collection of methods and tools for assessing hazards in research laboratories. While research laboratories and researchers are the primary audience for this guide, other chemists might be interested in the guidance on assessing and controlling hazards in laboratories.
Get Ready for the 2016-2017 School Year!
Tap into ACS's classroom resources to jumpstart your academic planning. ACS provides a host of educational resources, including lessons, webinars, video demonstrations, guidelines and recommendations for teaching chemistry.
Start an ACS ChemClub
Join this free program and receive themed packets that contain experiments, demonstrations, and non-laboratory activities. For a peek at what's happening for the 2014-2015 school year.
NEW: Safety Education Guidelines
To assist educators with integrating safety education throughout the entire chemistry curriculum where principles of safety are taught over time, ACS has published new Safety Education Guidelines.
President Obama Awards National Medals to Four American Chemical Society Members
Four eminent American Chemical Society members were among 17 Americans who received a National Medal of Science or a National Medal of Technology and Innovation from President Barack Obama at the White House on May 19. The medals represent the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. government for achievement and leadership in science and technology.