Monday, October 23, 2017
6:30 - Dinner & 7:00 - Lecture
Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs): Platform for Multifunctional Materials (abstract)
Dr. Banglin Chen, Dean's Distinguished Professor Chemistry, UTSA (speaker bio)
Loeffler Conference Room, Room 3.03.02, Biological Sciences Building "BSB", UTSA Main Campus, One UTSA Circle, San Antonio, TX 78249. Parking in Ximenes Ave. Garage (maps here)
Students - free; ACS Members & guests - $10.00 - Request RSVP from everyone wishing a meal. Kindly RSVP to email@example.com by Oct. 20, 2017.
Nov. 7 - The Juno Probe to Jupiter - Scott Bolton, SwRI
Oct. 23 - Metal-Organic Frameworks: Platform for Multifunctional Materials - Dr. Banglin Chen, UTSA
Sept. 5 - From Rain to Drain - Lynne Christopher, SAWS
Aug. 23 - Annual Project SEED Student Presentations
July 11 - Ice Cream Social
June 21 - Summer Picnic/Family Social
May 9 - Annual Awards Banquet
Apr. 5 - Winetasting at The Grapevine, Gruene, TX
Mar. 21 - An overview of the Air Force Research Laboratory as well as the Radio Frequency (RF) Bioeffects Branch - Dr. Morgan Schmidt
Feb. 21 - Chemistry of Sports: Smarter, Safer, Faster (ACS Webinar & dinner)
Jan. 11 - Glowing Polymers for Disease Detection - Dr. Christina B. Cooley, Trinity University
Thank you to all who voted in this year's officer elections! Your Executive Committee is:
Chair: Dr. Joseph B. Lambert, firstname.lastname@example.org
Chair Elect: Dr. Morgan Schmidt, email@example.com
Immediate Past Chair: Dr. Teresita Munguia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Dr. Heather D. Hansen, email@example.com
Treasurer: Dr. Jean Hardies, firstname.lastname@example.org
Councilor: Mr. Larry C. Grona
Alternate Councilor: Dr. Adeola O. Coker
Members-at-Large: Ms. Belinda Arcos, Ms. Chelsea Jemmott
Be a part of supporting Madison Solar Car Initiative (MadSCI) and sending these students to the Solar Car Challenge at Texas Motor Speedway!
Based at James Madison High School, MadSCI is a team of students, faculty, and advisors designing and building solar cars to further science, engineering, technology, business, and renewable resources. Each year, they design and fabricate a new alternate energy vehicle and have the chance to take it to Dallas and compete with high school and college/university teams from around the US. I highly recommend you catch up with them at a future event (check the MadSci website). This is a group of mature, energetic, focused, intelligent young people who are passionate about what they do and experienced in explaining its intricacies!
But, they have to raise ALL the funds to BUILD the car AND pay their travel to competition. And this is where we come in - we have the opportunity to help by visiting their GoFundMe website and helping them toward their travel goals!
Let's help this team make it to Texas Motor Speedway again each year!
Nov. 30 - Research & Craft Beer - C-7 Substituted Artemisinin Derivatives - Dr. Paulo Carvalho, OLLU Feik School of Pharmacy
Oct 11 - The Chemists Code for Success: 3 Essential Skills for Your Career - Program-in-a-Box presentation/webinar from the National ACS - OLLU
Aug 29 - Annual Project SEED Presentations - Our Lady of the Lake University
June 27th - Annual Summer Family Social & Picnic - good food, good friends, good chemistry jokes!
May 17th - Annual Awards Banquet was held at OLLU with Keynote Speaker Dr. Donna J. Nelson, 2016 ACS National President
April 18th - Presentation from Dr. Diana Mason - "What Started in Texas has Changed the World" - held at Mad Pecker Brewing. A fabulous presentation of Texas history and Texans' contributions to the world. Did y'all know that Texas is the only state with an official State Molecule??
Our first meeting of 2016 was an ACS Program-in-a-Box presentation entitled "The Role of Chemistry in Global Security" on 02/09/2016 at Our Lady of the Lake University, complete with pizza & sodas.