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One of the latest in the ACS "What Chemists Do" series, featuring Division member Christie McInnis of Dow Chemical! 
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Don't forget SURF fellowship nominations are due on Monday Feb 1st! https://organicdivision.org/SURF 
This page provides information on the Division of Organic Chemistry's Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) Program
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Prof Scott Miller's lecture from #NOS2015 is now available free to Division members on our NOS Videos page. goo.gl/vWgmgt 
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Call for Nominations for the 2016 Journal of Organic Chemistry Outstanding Author of the Year Award Lectureship

The Journal of Organic Chemistry and the ACS Division of Organic Chemistry are seeking nominations for the 2016 Outstanding Author of the Year Award Lectureship. One author will be recognized for an outstanding article published in 2015 (either in an issue or ASAP) that demonstrates creativity and impact in the field of organic chemistry broadly based. The winner will receive an award plaque, $3,000, and travel expenses up to $1,500 to present the award lecture at the 2016 Fall ACS National Meeting.

Submit your nominations, which are due by January 15, 2016, to: https://goo.gl/d6DTKy
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‪#‎ORGNVideo‬ ACS Video Contest News!
That's right you still have a chance to win a travel grant to the San Diego meeting. We have extended the deadline to January 30th, 2016 and changed the topic requirements. See http://www.organicdivision.org/videocontest for updated details
This is the Official home page of the Division of Organic Chemistry of the American Chemical Society. This site provides resources, information and announcements on the divisions activities, awards, nominations, and member benefits.
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#NOS2015 We are now able to release the video of Larry Overman's lecture from NOS.  This video is is now available free of charge to all Organic Division members from the NOS Videos' page. Professor Overman is the 2015 Roger Adams Awardee.

https://www.organicdivision.org/?nd=NOS2015Videos
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Organic Division Undergraduate Award-Due March 15

Purpose: The American Chemical Society’s Division of Organic Chemistry is once again sponsoring an award program called the Undergraduate Award in Organic Chemistry, which is intended to recognize senior students who display a significant aptitude for organic chemistry and to encourage further interest in the field. Chemistry departments are invited to select a top graduating senior student majoring in either chemistry or biochemistry who has demonstrated excellence in organic chemistry based on a combination of research experience, coursework and a desire to pursue a career in chemistry. The deadline for nominations is March 15, 2016. For further information and a nomination form, please see: http://organicdivision.org/uga.
This page describes the ACS, Organic Division's Undergraduate Award Program to recognize a senior student who has an accomplished record in organic chemistry as an undergraduate.
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The Technical Achievement in Organic Chemistry (TAOC) awards recognize outstanding contributions to the field of organic chemistry from accomplished, professional chemists holding a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree or the equivalent, who are pursuing careers in industrial or government sectors.

Awardees give a 30 minute presentation on their research at the ACS Fall National Meeting and receive their awards at a luncheon on the day of the TAOC symposium.

Nominations are due January 31, 2016. Nominators must be Members or Affiliates of the DOC.

For more information, and to access the online nomination form, see: https://organicdivision.org/taoc.The Technical Achievement in Organic Chemistry (TAOC) awards recognize outstanding contributions to the field of organic chemistry from accomplished, professional chemists holding a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree or the equivalent, who are pursuing careers in industrial or government sectors.

Awardees give a 30 minute presentation on their research at the ACS Fall National Meeting and receive their awards at a luncheon on the day of the TAOC symposium.

Nominations are due January 31, 2016. Nominators must be Members or Affiliates of the DOC.

For more information, and to access the online nomination form, see: https://organicdivision.org/taoc.
The ACS Division of Organic Chemistry's Technical Achievements in Organic Chemistry (TAOC) award program is to recognize outstanding contributions to the field of organic chemistry from Bachelor's and Master's level chemists, or their equivalents, pursuin
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Call for Nominations for the TAOC Award
The Technical Achievement in Organic Chemistry (TAOC) awards recognize outstanding contributions to the field of organic chemistry from accomplished, professional chemists holding a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree or the equivalent, who are pursuing careers in industrial or government sectors.
Awardees give a 30 minute presentation on their research at the ACS Fall National Meeting and receive their awards at a luncheon on the day of the TAOC symposium.
Nominations are due January 31, 2016. Nominators must be Members or Affiliates of the DOC.
For more information, and to access the online nomination form, see: https://organicdivision.org/taoc.
The ACS Division of Organic Chemistry's Technical Achievements in Organic Chemistry (TAOC) award program is to recognize outstanding contributions to the field of organic chemistry from Bachelor's and Master's level chemists, or their equivalents, pursuin
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We are pleased to announce two winners of the Organic Division Video Contest! Michael Cunningham and Michael Vinyard will each receive up to $1500 in travel reimbursement for their travel to the Spring 2016 ACS National Meeting in San Diego. Congratulations to both Michaels! Bragging rights will go to the video with the greatest number of page views. Please visit https://www.organicdivision.org/?nd=2015VidContestFinalists and spread the word on your social media channels.

Contest extended! It’s not too late! Please submit a 2-3 minute video that features the field of organic chemistry. Deadline is January 30, 2016. Winners will receive up to $1500 in travel support to the San Diego ACS meeting. More information is available at: https://www.organicdivision.org/?nd=videocontest
This is the Official home page of the Division of Organic Chemistry of the American Chemical Society. This site provides resources, information and announcements on the divisions activities, awards, nominations, and member benefits.
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Nominations now being accepted for the Young Investigator's Symposium to be held at the Fall 2016 ACS meeting.
Appropriate candidates will be independent investigators who are no more than 10 years from graduate school or post-doctoral appointment, be a current researcher in a non-academic setting (e.g. industry, government or non-profit laboratory) and have demonstrated outstanding promise for future contributions to Organic Chemistry. Nominations are due February 3, 2016. For nomination details, see https://www.organicdivision.org/yis
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Applications for SURF fellowships ($5,000) are now being accepted.The Division of Organic Chemistry annually awards Summer Undergraduate Research (SURF) Fellowships to outstanding undergraduate organic chemistry students attending colleges and universities in the United States. These competitive fellowships ($5000) are awarded on the merits of students' research proposals, academic records, faculty recommendations and their passion for laboratory science.  SURF fellowships will provide support for undergraduates in organic chemistry to carry out research at their respective colleges/universities in the summer between their junior and senior year. Further details are available at https://organicdivision.org/SURF.
This page provides information on the Division of Organic Chemistry's Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) Program
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The ACS Organic Division (ORGN) fosters and promotes advancement of the field of organic chemistry.
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The Mission of the ACS Organic Division (ORGN) is to foster and promote advancement of the field of organic chemistry. This is done through the organization and sponsorship of lectures, posters and awards at ACS-sponsored meetings, the National Organic Symposium, Organic Reactions Mechanisms Conference, and elsewhere. ORGN also promotes graduate and undergraduate education in organic chemistry through programs such as the DOC Graduate Research Fellowship program, Travel Awards, etc., maintains a web presence to provide information to our membership, and collaborates within the ACS, its committees, and other ACS divisions in advancing the goals of ACS and of ORGN.