Tina Hubbell and 4 other volunteers hosted a kitchen chemistry outreach for Brownie Troop 10099 at Christ the King, led by Prof. Proton (@Tina Hubbell ) & 4 assistants: Dr. H, (@Joanna Hinton); Dr. Os Mosis (Lindsay Frankhart); Prof Beaker (Harmony Sy); Madame Nitro Ginny (Amy Hoffmann). SUPER fun experiments: Naked Egg, Chameleon Eggs, Float or Sink, Mix It, & Static Electricity. Girls were awarded "Be a Home Scientist" badge.
ACS PIB Webinar not scheduled this year
SEction EC meeting will be @ Panera Bread on Central Ave, west of I-475/US23 intersection
from 6 to 8 pm
Greet and Meet: Women Scientists Bridging Generations Event at the Lance Thompson Room in the Student Union (Room 2592) on the University of Toledo campus on Wednesday, March 2, from 5 to 7 pm.
Our proud partners for this event include:
· Association for Women in Science Northwest Ohio Chapter, AWIS NWO
· Toledo Youth Commission
· City of Toledo Mayor’s Office
· University of Toledo
The Greet and Meet: Women Scientists Bridging Generation Event goal’s are
(1) to bring young women of Toledo together with professional women chemists and scientists to converse about what it takes and means to be a professional woman in science,
(2) to foster diversity in STEM fields, and
(3) to introduce special guest Ms Jeannette Brown, Chemist, Historian, and Author of African American Women Chemists.
Thursday, March 3, 2016 FREE & Open to the Public 6 – 8:30 pm
McMaster Auditorium, Toledo Main Library, Toledo-Lucas County Public Library
325 Michigan Street Toledo, Ohio 43604
A Partnership Event to enhance community science literacy and outreach in the Toledo area and to commemorate African American History Month and Women’s History Month
Toledo Section of the American Chemical Society, Association for Women in Science (NWOH chapter) and the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library
proudly presents an
OPEN BOOK Evening with
Ms Jeannette Brown, Chemist, Historian and Author of African American Women Chemists
Title: "African American Women Chemists Hiding in Plain Sight"
Social & networking: 6 pm
Talk: 6:30 pm
Q&A and book signing by author to immediately follow talk
Click here to see JB flyer on letterhead.pdf
You are invited to a Tour of National Center for Water Quality Research Lab
Hosted by the Heidelberg Univ Student ACS Chapter
for Water Quality Research Lab, Gillmor Hall, Heidelberg Univ National Center
· Time: 6pm-8 pm
· Date: March 24th, 2016
· Agenda: Tour of the Water Quality Lab and Ice Cream Social to Follow
· Who's Invited: ACS Toledo Local Section and the student ACS chapters of
Heidelberg, Tiffin, , and BGSU Toledo
Please see attached flyer; PRINT, POST and SHARE click here for flyer
The National Center for Water Quality Research (NCWQR) is a leader in surface and ground water research and monitoring in the Great Lakes region and beyond. Chemical analysis of freshwater samples, biological assessment of aquatic communities, and watershed modeling are performed at our facilities in Gillmor Hall on the Heidelberg University campus. The NCWQR staff uses the wealth of water quality data that is generated here concerning Lake Erie and numerous streams and groundwater wells across the nation to understand and interpret the impacts of food production on soil and water resources, the status of water quality, the effects of water quality on aquatic ecosystems, and future implications for the availability of healthy, usable water. Our insights are shared through contributions to national and international scholarly publications and research conferences as well as speaking engagements for the general public.
-Information from the NCWQR Heidelberg website
Toledo Section Members Interested in Car Pooling to Heidelberg for this event, please RSVP to email@example.com by no later than Tuesday March 22 6pm; put Water Tour RSVP in subject line
We will meet at 4:30 pm at Westgate Shopping Center Parking lot in front of Steinmart with plans to leave no later than 4:45 pm, as it is slightly more than an hour away. Joanna Hinton is offering to transport 5 individuals in her van. Others drivers may also be needed; please email and let us know if you are also interested in driving and taking members.
Members interested in going who are on the Health Science Campus of UToledo or south end of town, please contact either Kathy Wall (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jim Slama (email@example.com) directly for car pooling from HSC campus; similar meeting time of 4:30 pm.
5:30 pm Dinner at Carrabbas Italian Grill, off of Dussell Drive in Maumee (pay on your own)
7 pm Tour of Dana Corp Metallurgy Labs (free)
RSVP required by Friday April 1, 2016; email firstname.lastname@example.org with Dana Metallurgy in subject line and # attending in email body with your name and phone contact
Venue: Maumee Indoor Theater
Tuesday April 19th 7:00pm – 9:00pm Earth Day outreaching event
Price – no charge – completely open to the public
Free and Open to the Public
We will be showing an episode of " Earth: The Operator's Manual" or another suitable video followed by Q&A * discussion moderated by Dr. Andy Jorgensen
LINK to Poster Announcement
Sandpiper Trip 6:30 – 9:30 pm. It will be a catered dinner by Tony Packos, with limited soft drinks. BYOB. Price = $35/person. Contact Jim Zubricky
EVENT CANCELLED as there was only 1 UT Project SEED student this summer
CANCELLED; work in progress to reschedule Wknd Feb 25, 2017; new name Go-CHEM retreat
click hee for flier info
NWO Premiere Family FREE OUTREACH STEM Event
STEM-in-the-PARK @ BGSU Field House; 10am – 2pm: Toledo Section ACS Outreach Program, volunteers needed; contact Joanna
FABULOUS DAY OF HANDS-ON CHEMISTRY AND SCIENCE!
My thanks to all of section volunteers who came out to help!
ACS PIB Social and Webinar
Time: likely 6:00 or 6:30 - 8:30pm
Free and Open to the Public
NCW 2016 will take place on October 16 – 22, 2016.
Theme: "Solving Mysteries through Chemistry"
Exploring the chemistry of fibers and forensics.
Oct 13-27: NCW @ Libraries. National Chemistry Week Theme 2016: “Solving Mysteries Through Chemistry.” 3 Section outreach programs at 3 branch libraries (J Hinton, Oct 13, Oct 20, Oct 27). Wonderful help from students from alpha chi sigma fraternity at UToledo. Attendees young and old enjoyed learning the mystery behind goldenrod paper invisible writing and solving other mysteries.
Nov 8-12 NCW @ IS: total visitors to Imagination Station 3067; assume many attended Toledo ACS Hands-On Tables; total 82 volunteers, 80 of which were UToledo students, assisted over 5 days; Event was crime scene of Who Stole the Cookies? Ink analysis, fingerprint analysis, unknown powder, fiber analysis;Track imprints, Magic Water; Edith Kippenhan coordinator
Hope you will volunteer to help Solve Mysteries through Chemistry this year.
You are invited to another talk organized and hosted by the Univ of Toledo Student ACS Chapter.
Doug Pontsler, VP of Owens Corning for Sustainability & Safety, will speak on Industrial Safety.
See attached flyer; please post and share with interested individuals.
Toledo Local Section of the American Chemical Society is pleased to be a co-sponsor, along with Owens Corning and Univ Toledo College of Engineering.
The event will be on November 1st in Nitschke Auditorium at the College of Engineering.
A reception will be held starting at 7:00 p.m.which will include light refreshments, with the talk to begin at
Doug Pontsle will be talking about safety in industry primarily as well as a small portion on sustainability.
The talk should last close to an hour including time for some Q&A.
Hope you can join us. Parking is usually available for visitors right outside Nitschke Auditorium, 1600 N. Westwood Ave.
Questions? please contact
To be scheduled sometime in late Nov 2016 or early Dec 1;
Bill Nye was guest of Toledo Blade & Toledo Lucas County Public Library (TLCPL) for Authors Authors! Program. SOLD OUT. Toledo ACS had table/poster showcasing our activities in lobby for community outreach; Toledo ACS rcvd discounted tickets thru partnership with TLCPL. 46 members with families/friends attended. Section Chair JHinton with special guest Nina McClelland met Bill Nye at pretalk reception.