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March 17-21, 2024
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Recognizing ACS local sections, divisions and other volunteers for their work in promoting chemistry.
Powerful, bite-size pieces of advice from industry leaders
Lucinda Jackson shares her insights on adapting to a new career in a fast-paced environment.
DuPont's Matt Irwin speaks to the importance of collaboration and networking for a successful career
Principle Scientist, Wei Wang, shares his advice on how to approach an "impossible" idea
3M's Semra Colak Atan shares 7 ways to be an effective team player
VP of Manufacturing Operations at Braeburn, Judy Cohen speaks to why leaders don't need to know it all
Emma Parmee says speaking up can result in three outcomes... all of which are positive
Al Ribes recommends a structured process for improved decision making
Encouragement for women in male-dominated workplaces
Christina Bodurow tells us to embrace career challenges, rather than fear them
Jennifer Holmgren urges you to ignore people who say ‘it can’t be done’
Katherine Lee says less is more when it comes to communication
Mark Noe shares several ways to develop it... specifically within your workplace
Heinz Plaumann says performing well is not enough to advance
Amgen’s Margaret Faul says promotions are not the only way to advance
Karen Carter says setbacks are inevitable, but we must keep moving forward
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