Join us for a Red Sox Game!
Join us and our local ACS Section on Monday, May 14th for our annual Red Sox game outing. The Sox are playing the Oakland Athletics in a 7:10pm game that night and we still have some tickets available! For more info and to purchase a ticket, visit the NESACS website: http://nesacs.org/curr_events_other_events.html#redsox
Want to get involved in NSYCC?
We have extended the nominations period until May 15th!
Nominations are open for our Executive Board positions. Don't want to make that level of commitment but still want to be involved? Get in touch with us and let us know, we are always looking for new volunteers!
The 20th Annual NSCRC was a great success! Thank you to everyone who joined us to make the conference sucessful and congratulations to the outstanding presenters who our judges recognized with awards for their excellent research presentations.
Welcoming our 2017-2018 Executive Board!
We are pleased to announce our new executive board:
Chair - Caitlyn Mills, Northeastern University
Chair-Elect - Robert Bolhofner, Tufts University
Career Chair - Ben Cromwell, University of Rhode Island
Social Chair - Zhehui (Zee) Lee, Boston College
Publicity Chair - Brian D'Amico, Northeastern University
Treasurer - Gina Kim, Boston University
Secretary - Matthew Giolito, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
NSYCC Selected as Finalist for Two ChemLuminary Awards!
We are pleased to announce that we have been selected as finalists for two American Chemical Society ChemLuminary awards: Outstanding Local Section Career Program Award for our Fall 2016 Career Symposium & Outstanding Sustainability Activities for our Green Chemistry Workshop that we co-hosted at U-Mass Boston in the Fall of 2016. The winners for these awards will be announced at the ACS National Meeting in Washington D.C. in August.
NSYCC & NESACS at the March for Science in Boston!
NSYCC Chair Catie Rawlins and NESACS Chair-Elect Mindy Levine gathered a group of ACS members to the March for Science at the Boston Common on April 22nd 2017. Despite the rain, there was a great enthusiasm and lots of clever signs! We look forward to the next steps to take to continue advocating for science and science funding with more events with the NESACS Government Affairs Committee. (photos by Catie Rawlins and Amanda Aldous)