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Chemistry Seminar - Fall 2012 (21:160:453 / 26:160:601)   Tags: chemistry, newark_chemistry  

This guide was created specifically for Dr. Roger Lalancette's class - Fall 2012
Last Updated: Sep 10, 2014 URL: http://libguides.rutgers.edu/ChemistrySeminar2012 Print Guide Email Alerts

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Introduction

This guide is intended to complement and supplement the Chemistry Seminar (21:160:453) and PhD Seminar Present. (26:160:601) course. 

 

** Please note that as the semester progresses, more information will be added to this site.**

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  • Chemistry Seminar Series, Fall 2012
    - All seminars will be held on FRIDAYS at 11:30am on the Rutgers-Newark campus, in Hill Hall, Rm. 107 (unless otherwise noted)
    - A coffee social will precede each seminar (~11:00am) in the Reading Room in Olson Hall (Rm. 338)
  • Data Management Workshops, Fall 2012
    - Please RSVP to preaward@andromeda.rutgers.edu
    - Wednesday, October 3, 2012 @ 2:30pm – 4:00 pm @ John Cotton Dana Library, 4th floor, Dana Room
    - Wednesday, October 10, 2012 @ 2:30pm – 4:00 pm @ 1 Washington Park, Rutgers Business School, Rm. 216
 

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"ACS on Campus" Program @ NJIT

NJIT will be hosting a FREE "ACS on campus" program event on December 5th and invites graduate students, post-docs, undergraduates, and faculty to attend.  The program starts off with a free lunch (12noon) and opening remarks (12:30pm), followed by 3 presentations: 

    • Basics in Scholarly Publishing: From the Editors Themselves & Ethics in Scholarly Communication: What You Need to Know (1:00pm-2:30pm)
    • The SciFinder® Advantage for Your Career (2:30pm-3:15pm)
    • Working in Industry: Preparing a Resume (3:30pm-5:30pm)

Attendees may choose to attend however many of these presentations they like. 

The entire program will take place at NJIT's Guttenberg Information Technology Center (GITC), Room 3710, located at 218 Central Avenue. 

Please note that although the event is free, registration is required

Further information is available at http://acsoncampus.acs.org/events/newark-nj/ (including Speakers information and the yellow "Register" button). 

      

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