Working Chemists with Disabilities

This symposium seeks current and/or aspiring chemists to consider participating in this unique autoethnographic session. Presentations should document how chemists with various disabilities perform their jobs in the chemistry field. Describe the work arounds and accommodations that you have been provided to illustrate your success in chemistry. Presenters may be invited to contribute to a […]

Summer 2022 Councilor Commentary

Author: Matt Grandbois, Councilor The ACS Council Meeting was held virtually on March 23rd as part of the hybrid Spring 2022 National Meeting in San Diego, CA. Several items were discussed and acted upon by Council that have an impact on PROF Members. Candidates for President-Elect 2023 were voted upon with Mary Carroll and Rigoberto […]

Spring 2022 Councilor Commentary

Author: Matt Grandbois, Councilor The Spring 2022 ACS Council meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, March 23rd at 8am PT. There are several items for action during this session that I believe are of particular interest to our PROF membership. I will briefly describe these items below and I encourage you to reach out to me […]

PROF Awards Announcement

The Division of Professional Relations (PROF) announces the winners of our Divisional Awards for 2021/2022! On behalf of the PROF Awards Committee we are pleased to share the following Award winners for 2021/2022:   Joe Stoner – Henry Hill Award Winner Dan Libby – Lou Sacco Award Winner   Due to the hybrid nature of the Spring Meeting in […]

PROF Spotlight

The Division of Professional Relations (PROF) is pleased to introduce a new feature – PROF Spotlight – which highlights the accomplishments and achievements of some of our rising members! Interested in being featured? Learn more at the end of this post! What is a facet of professional development that you are interested in learning more […]