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Graduate Programs in Chemistry: Deciding, Getting in, and Succeeding--Sponsored by NESACS, the WCC, and BSU

The Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society

Wednesday, November 29, 2017 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EST)

Graduate Programs in Chemistry: Deciding, Getting in,...

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Graduate Programs in Chemistry: Deciding, Getting In, and Succeeding
Bridgewater State University, Dana Mohler-Faria Science and Mathematics Center, Room DMF 120

It's never too early to start thinking about graduate school! Join us for a panel discussion hosted by the Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society and Bridgewater State University. Our panel of professors and graduate students will share their experiences and answer questions like:

How do I prepare myself for graduate school?
How do I choose schools and programs to apply to?
What goes into a competitive application?
How do I choose a research advisor?
Once I start my advanced degree program, what should I expect?
What does it take to succeed in graduate school?
 
 

Panelists:

 

Professor Carla Mattos, Northeastern University

Professor Mindy Levine, University of Rhode Island

Catherine Rawlins, Graduate student, Northeastern University

Phoebe Kurriss, Graduate Student, Brown University

 

Moderator: Carol Mulrooney, The Broad Institute


The public is invited, registration is required.


For more information, contact Carol Mulrooney at wcc@nesacs.org


Directions: 

Commuter rail: Take the Middleborough/Lakeville line to Bridgewater station, located in the center of the BSU campus. Parking is available for visitors to the campus.


 



Questions? Please contact: Carol Mulrooney, wcc@nesacs.org


 

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Bridgewater, MA 02324

Wednesday, November 29, 2017 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EST)


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The Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society

The Northeastern Section of the ACS (NESACS) is a large section – nearly 6500 members, according to National ACS. On average, about one hundred members attend monthly section meetings. These meetings usually take place somewhere in the Boston area on the second Thursday of each month between September and May. In addition, the section has a vibrant Younger Chemists Committee (see www.nsycc.org), a very active medicinal chemistry sub-group, award-winning Public Relations Committee, and our Women Chemists Committee which oversee a wide range of additional activities. All of this happens, not through the will or efforts of the current Chair, but through the continued goodwill of our active membership, a very talented, hardworking and vibrant group of individuals representing a wide range of interests and backgrounds in the Boston area chemical sciences community. We are truly blessed as a section in which so many give so freely of their time, skills, and interests in service to the Section in many different capacities!

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