Currently the following committee chairs are vacant. Please reach out to the current Chair for NESACS if you are interested in getting involved:
- Chemical Education
- Professional Relations Committee
- Fund-Raising Committee
- Project SEED
- ACS Scholars
- Continuing Education
The Membership Committee is constantly seeking new and innovative ways to recruit, retain and engage NESACS members. Please contact the committee chair, Brian D’Amico, if you would like to join the Membership Committee, or if you have suggestions or ideas to support our mission.
National Chemistry Week Committee
The NCW Committees seeks volunteers for activities including three events during National Chemistry Week in October. Two of these events are held at the Museum of Science, Boston, and the other is held at Boston Children’s Museum. If you would like to be involved with NCW, please contact Ray Lam.
The Awards Committee seeks your suggestions for potential nominees for the Henry A. Hill Award. Please contact Dorothy Phillips. The NESACS Awards Committee also coordinates ACS Fellows nominations submitted by NESACS: please contact Jack Driscoll to suggest potential ACS Fellows nominees. To nominate people for other NESACS awards, please contact a member of the committee for the given award.
Chemical Education Committee
The Chemical Education committee is the most active within NESACS and oversees various awards and activities. If you are interested in chemical education at the elementary, secondary, college, and all other levels, please consider volunteering for one of our open positions. Please view our committee page for more information or contact the Ruth Tanner, current acting chair.
The Nucleus readership is greater Massachusetts’ largest source for chemical and biochemical personnel. It reaches more than 5,000 readers each month. In order to maintain the high standards that have been developed for this important NESACS publication we need to add new members to the editorial team. Being part of this team can help you develop organizational and developmental skills as well as help you network with people from large area companies. You should take advantage of this opportunity to increase your skills. In the process you will open up new opportunities for career development.
For further information contact Craig Sergeant, Nucleus Editor