Skip Main Navigation
Page Content

Save This Event

Event Saved

2017 ACS Distinguished Scientist Award Banquet: Charles L. Perrin

San Diego ACS

Wednesday, October 18, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)

2017 ACS Distinguished Scientist Award Banquet:...

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Attendee Oct 16, 2017 $30.00 $0.00
Student Oct 16, 2017 $15.00 $0.00

Share 2017 ACS Distinguished Scientist Award Banquet: Charles L. Perrin

Event Details

 2017 ACS Distinguished Scientist: Charles L. Perrin

Lecture Title

Reflections on Connections Between Teaching and Research

About the Lecture

A university professor is expected to both teach and do research, but the unique role is teaching students to do research. I have been fortunate to benefit from a synergy between teaching and research. Several of my research projects were suggested through my teaching, and several of my teaching efforts were inspired by my research. Among the topics to be discussed are: vibronic borrowing in MCD, ipso factors, proton exchange in amides, aldol condensation, nonlinear least-squares analysis of kinetics, polynomial coefficients, one-bond C–H coupling constants in OCH fragments, nucleophilic addition to a para-benzene diradical, and the IUPAC Glossary of Physical Organic Chemistry.

About the Speaker

Born in 1938 in Pittsburgh, Charles L. Perrin graduated from Harvard College in 1959 and received his PhD in 1963 from Harvard University, under the direction of the late F. H. Westheimer. He next was an NSF Postdoc with Andrew Streitwieser at UC Berkeley. In 1964 he joined the founders of the new campus at UC San Diego, where he is now Distinguished Professor of Chemistry (not emeritus). He has won awards for both teaching and research. His research spans a broad range of structural and mechanistic organic chemistry, including anomeric effects, stereoelectronic control, isotope effects, dynamic NMR, ionic solvation, symmetry of hydrogen bonds, a highly accurate NMR titration method for relative acidities, malonic anhydrides, the discovery of nucleophilic additions to a para-benzyne diradical, and the protonation of the resulting "naked" aryl anion. His teaching, not only to students but also to professional chemists, has resulted in a textbook, Mathematics For Chemists, two ACS Audio Courses, articles in J. Chem. Ed., a chapter, "Physical Organic Chemistry", in the Academic Press Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology, and contributions to the IUPAC Glossary of Physical Organic Chemistry.

DATE:            Wednesday, October 18, 2017

TIME:            6:00 PM        No host bar

                      6:30 PM        Dinner      

                      7:30 PM        Award lecture

PLACE:         The Ida and Cecil Green Faculty Club – UCSD

PRICE:          $30.00 per dinner, $15.00 with student I.D.  

                      Reservations required

RSVP:            Monday, October 16, 2017

GPS coordinates: 32 52'47"N, 117 14'23"W.
Have questions about 2017 ACS Distinguished Scientist Award Banquet: Charles L. Perrin? Contact San Diego ACS

Save This Event

Event Saved

When & Where


University of California San Diego
Faculty Club
9500 Gilman Dr
La Jolla, CA 92093

Wednesday, October 18, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)


  Add to my calendar

Organizer

San Diego ACS

Locally, the San Diego section of the ACS has over 2,500 members. Our local section allows members to:

  • Connect with other chemists and chemical engineers in the San Diego area

  • Participate in programs near their homes that can enhance their professional development

  • Contribute to the public’s understanding of chemistry in their communities

  • ACS Western regional meetings are hosted by local sections in various locations across the region

  Contact the Organizer
2017 ACS Distinguished Scientist Award Banquet: Charles L. Perrin
Things to do in La Jolla, CA Gala Science & Tech

Please log in or sign up

In order to purchase these tickets in installments, you'll need an Eventbrite account. Log in or sign up for a free account to continue.