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‪#‎ORGNVideo‬ Don't forget we are holding a video contest to highlight the benefits of membership. The contest is open to all ACS Members who are current undergraduate or graduate students or postdoctoral fellow.
Submission Deadline is September 28th, See: http://www.organicdivision.org/videocontest for more info!
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#ORGNVideo Don't forget we are holding a video contest to highlight the benefits of membership. see: http://www.organicdivision.org/videocontest for more info!
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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The 44th National Organic Chemistry Symposium held from Sunday, June 28 to Thursday, July 2, 2015 on the campus of the University of Maryland at College Park was a huge success. We had 560 attendees from 27 countries, 6 continents, 46 companies, >100 universities, and 7 National labs. The attendees included 80 undergrads, 180 grad students, 41 postdoctoral fellows. Videos of the presentations of 9 of the 15 speakers will be available to members over the next several months. The program book is available here: http://ow.ly/QD646 . For a summary, see the story in C&EN: http://ow.ly/QD66V
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Three $50,000 Grants Available - Deadline Aug 28th.

The ACS GCI Pharmaceutical Roundtable is seeking to fund a 1-2 year R&D program to address the roundtable initiatives in flow chemistry. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to: photo redox chemistry, photochemistry, and biocatalysis in flow. Proposals will be accepted from public and private institutions of higher education worldwide. Up to three grants will be awarded and each grant is limited to $50,000 for a grant period of 12 to 24 months.

Submissions must be a single pdf file submitted via email to gcipr@acs.org. Deadline for receipt of proposals is August 28, 2015 at 5 PM EDT. Proposals not received by the deadline will not be considered.
For more details see: http://ow.ly/QCNSE
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The Technical Achievements in Organic Chemistry Symposium Program for the ACS National Meeting in Boston (August 2015) is available. You can download the program at: http://tinyurl.com/taoc2015.

The purpose of the Technical Achievements in Organic Chemistry (TAOC) award program is to 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.
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Correction: We are proud to add Dr. Chao-Jun Li of McGill University to the list of Division members who were selected to the 2015 class of ACS fellows, bringing the total to 10!
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Please join us in congratulating the following 9 members of the Organic Division who were selected to the 2015 class of ACS fellows:

Michael Appell
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service

Mary K. Boyd
St. Edward’s University

Amber Flynn Charlebois
SUNY Geneseo and Fairleigh Dickinson University

Christine S. Chow
Wayne State University

Mark D. Frishberg
Eastman Kodak, Eastman Chemical, and Seres Laboratories (Retired)

Rebecca Cowan Hoye
Macalester College

Lanny S. Liebeskind
Emory University

Leonard R. MacGillivray
University of Iowa

Michael Singer
Sigma-Aldrich

The list of all 78 of the 2015 Fellows is available: http://cenm.ag/2015acsfellows
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The ACS Organic Division would like to congratulate Eric N. Jacobsen of Harvard University the 2016 Arthur C. Cope Award winner. Professor Jacobsen will Present his award address at the Fall 2016, 254th ACS National Meeting held August 21-25, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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Thank you to all of those attended #NOS2015, Today we are happy to release the first of 9 videos taken during the conference. The video of Prof. Kendall Houk's lecture, is now available free of charge to all Organic Division members from the NOS Videos' page. http://ow.ly/QWM9B
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 Photo Gallery now available at: http://ow.ly/QD7ME . Want to tag anyone in the photos, just let us know!
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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The Sixth Annual ORGN Graduate Research Symposium was held on July 23-26th at St. Edwards University - Austin Texas.
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The ACS Division of Organic Chemistry has named Jeffrey S. Moore Murchison-Mallory Professor of Chemistry and Materials Science and Engineering at The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign as the 2015 Edward Leete Awardee which recognizes outstanding contributions to teaching and research in Organic Chemistry. For more information the Edward Leete Award see: https://www.organicdivision.org/leete
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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.