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The Chemistry Department would like to congratulate Timothy Newhouse,
Assistant Professor, on receiving the Sloan Research Fellowship. The
fellowship program honors early-career scientists and scholars whose
achievements and potential identify them as rising stars - part of the
next generation of scientific leaders. Please click here for the Yale News article highlighting Tim's achievement.
Yale University recognizes that students may wish to use preferred first names rather than their legal first names to identify themselves and supports students in this choice. Effective immediately, any student may designate a preferred first name for a variety of official university list and identification systems regardless of whether they have legally changed their name. More information can be found here.
A project to modernize Yale's telephone infrastructure in approximately 200 buildings on central campus is underway. These upgrades will begin the week of March 13. The telephone lines will be upgraded to a new provider, selected phones will be replaced with a VoIP-enabled phone, and the voicemail system will be upgraded to support VoIP technology. More information can be found here.
The Department of Energy's
Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) program is now
accepting applications. The SCGSR program supports supplemental awards
to outstanding U.S. graduate students to conduct part of their graduate
thesis research at a DOE national laboratory in collaboration with a DOE
laboratory scientist, with the goal of preparing graduate students for
scientific and technical careers critically important to the DOE Office
of Science mission. For more information and to apply by Tuesday, May
16, 2017, click here.
Chemical Company is sponsoring an award for research excellence by a
student in applied polymer science in partnership with the American
Chemical Society Division of Polymeric Materials: Science and
Engineering (PMSE). Graduate students are invited to submit entries
including an abstract and a preprint of up to two pages conforming to
the former PMSE preprint format. Completed applications and preprints
must be submitted via email by March 20, 2017. Instructions regarding
application procedures are available from John W. Gilmer.
The Chemistry Education Group
is excited to announce a new outreach activity in collaboration with the
Yale Pathways to Science Program, and is looking for graduate student
and postdoc volunteers. Pathways to Science is a non-profit program that
allows local middle and high school students a chance to explore
science at Yale. Please contact Alex Parobek if interested in volunteering.
Please click here
for updates on the Yale Science Building, including information about
the YSB Construction Phase Pedestrian Impact. The project encompasses
the construction of a new state of the art sciences laboratory at the
approximate location of the soon to be demolished J.W. Gibbs building,
an expansion of the KBT concourse, a comprehensive renovation of the KBT
Plaza, a lecture hall, and a common area at the south end of KBT Plaza.
The Data Incubator is an intensive 8-week fellowship that prepares masters students, PhDs, and postdocs in STEM and social science fields seeking industry careers as data scientists. All sections will be from 6/19/17 to 8/11/17. For more information and to apply, click here.
The Center for Bio-mediated and Bio-inspired Geotechnics (CBBG) is seeking innovative, sustainably-minded, engineering and science undergraduates to participate in a paid 8-week summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program. The program will immerse participants in technical research and expose them to the graduate school experience. For more information and to apply by March 17, 2017, see the below attachment.
GREEN Hawai'i program will take place from June 13-26, 2017 in West
O'ahu and Honolulu. This internship will focus on Sustainable Community
Food Systems & Energy. For more information and to apply, click here.
Department of Chemistry at the University of Pittsburgh is pleased to
announce the 2017 Undergraduate Research Fellowship program (SURF Pitt
2017). Summer research opportunities are available for up to five female
or minority undergraduate students majoring in chemistry. Interested
students are encouraged to apply online here. Review of applications will begin on February 23, 2017.
Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (NYU-MRSEC) is
offering a 10-week REU program for rising sophomores and juniors.
Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) fellowships are awarded to
Engineering Center undergraduates to provide unique research
experiences, professional development, and increased awareness of
materials science and engineering. For more information on NYU MRSEC,
click here. For more information and to apply to the REU program, click here.
Save the Date
on Saturdays at Yale: Fun science lectures for "kids" of all ages.
Saturday, March 4: Judy Cha, "Watching Atoms Move"; Saturday, April 1:
Tim Newhouse, "Not for Fools: Organic Synthesis of Natural Products."
Sterling Chemistry Laboratory, 10am-noon.
2017 Reaxys PhD Prize is now open for submissions. The Prize is open to
those who have just completed or are still working on their PhD.
Submissions will be accepted until March 13. For more information, click
here. To apply, click here.
Northeast Section Younger Chemist Committee (NSYCC) will be hosting a
student research conference this spring at Harvard University on April
8, 2017. The deadline for submission of abstracts is March 8, 2017.
Click here for more information and to submit your abstract.
Tuesday, March 7. Lecture in Chemical Biology. "Following the Science: Overcoming Challenges in Drug Discovery." Dr. Margaret Chu-Moyer, Amgen. Room 305, Bass, 4:00 pm.
The Space Grant Consortium encourages all undergraduate and graduate
students conducting NASA-related research to apply for a student grant.
For more information on how to apply by March 14, 2017, click here.
Please note that you must contact FRMS two weeks prior to the deadline
if you intend to apply. Please see the below attachment for details.
Department of Chemistry at Whitman College is inviting applications for
two full-time visiting positions in Chemistry at the rank of Assistant
Professor with expertise in 1. physical and general chemistry and 2.
organic chemistry and general chemistry. For more information, please
see the below attachment.
Environment America is hiring and would like to alert graduating seniors to their available positions. Click here for a full listing of jobs.