Southern Teachers: Position Available

A private, college-preparatory, boarding school in central Tennessee, about an hour from Nashville, needs an Upper School Chemistry teacher to begin as soon as possible.  Ideally, the new teacher will also contribute to school life by coaching sports and/or helping with co-curricular programs.

Candidates must hold at least bachelors’ degrees with excellent records in studies related to chemistry.  The new teacher will earn a competitive salary, based on experience and qualifications, and a comprehensive benefits package.

If interested, please visit the online application.


Academic Professional Lecturer position @ University of Wyoming

The Department of Chemistry at the University of Wyoming invites applications for an extended term Academic Professional Lecturer (APL) in organic chemistry. The successful candidate will teach at the undergraduate organic chemistry level and manage the undergraduate organic teaching labs. Responsibilities for the organic teaching labs will include experiment development and testing, supply purchasing, weekly lab setup, managing teaching assistants and maintenance of instruments and labs. The organic lab facilities are comprised of three labs with associated instrument rooms and computer analysis rooms in the recently completed Enzi Undergraduate Lab Facility ( The successful applicant will also be required to contribute to departmental and university services. Review of applications will begin January 15, 2018 and continue until suitable candidates are identified. The position will start Fall 2018 and will be filled at the Assistant APL level (6 year renewable terms via 9-month appointments). The University of Wyoming invites diverse applicants to consider our employment opportunities. We are also especially interested in candidates who have experience working with diverse populations and/or diverse initiatives. Minimum Qualifications: Ph.D. or equivalent in chemistry
Desired Qualifications: a strong background in practical organic laboratory operations, teaching experience at the undergraduate level and a strong understanding of mechanistic organic chemistry. Required Materials: Complete the online application using the below link and upload as one document: a CV listing relevant organic laboratory experience, graduate level organic coursework, any teaching experience and include a statement of teaching philosophy.
Additionally, applicants should also arrange for three letters of recommendation to be submitted on their behalf to

11th Annual Cleveland State Interdisciplinary Research Conference (CSIRC 2017) : Opportunity for students to present their research

The Graduate Student Interdisciplinary Research Club (GSIRC) and the Clinical Chemistry Journal Club (CCJC) are calling for abstracts for the Cleveland State Interdisciplinary Research Conference (CSIRC). Both oral and poster presentations are invited. Though our affiliation is to science disciplines, we encourage researchers from all avenues of research to make a submission.

Abstract submission procedure and requirements:
Abstracts should be electronically submitted as Microsoft Word file attachment to and adhere to the following format:

  • Email subject line should include:
  • Preferred method of presentation: oral / poster
  • Category: Graduate / Postdoctoral / Undergraduate
  • Microsoft Word for PC (not Mac/Apple or Word Perfect)
  • Entire abstract – Times New Roman, 10 point; full justification
  • Title: Appropriate first letters capitalized. Bold, do not indent
  • Authors: List names [first name, middle initial (if applicable), last name] and highest degrees. Affiliation should be included as a superscript number defined later. Presenting author should be in bold lettering, underlined. Identifying the affiliation: Department and/or institution / company; new line below authors, define superscript numbers associated with the respective author name. If there are two or more authors from same entity, use same superscript number.
  • Abstract body: Single spaced; do not indent. Maximum of 400 words, excluding title and authors.
  • Diagrams: If tables, schemes, charts and pictures are to be included, author should make sure to reduce text to accommodate whole abstract in single letter sized page. Abstracts with such diagrams should attach separate pdf file of whole page.
  • Paragraph spacing: We recommend appropriate single line space between paragraphs, for best appearance when directly converted to pdf format.


Attending the Conference:
Faculty, employees, or students who wish to attend the conference without submitting an abstract can RSVP to the above email. RSVP of the presenting author is default. We encourage students from a given institution to RSVP as a group.

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Accepting applications for 2017 SCI internships

Applications are now being accepted for SCI Scholars, a summer internship program supported by Society of Chemical Industry (SCI), the American Chemical Society (ACS), and the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE).
In this prestigious program, up to 32 chemistry and chemical engineering majors will be selected for 10-week Summer 2018 internships at 14 companies. Winners will receive
  •   $6,000-$10,000+ stipend, depending on the internship
  •   Certificate of recognition
  •   $1,000 professional development stipend
  •   Opportunity to nominate an inspiring high school chemistry teacher for recognition. Teachers will be awarded a certificate and $1,000, which can be used for professional development or classroom materials.
The application deadline is November 30, 2017.
For more information, please visit

Graduate Students: Plan a Symposium for an ACS National Meeting in Orlando Florida

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We are happy to announce our recent collaboration with Sanofi to help with our current and future research and development. With this great news we are currently looking to hire Lab/Research Associates.
Here is a direct link to our current openings:

Paid Internship Opportunity


An applied research project, which is administered by the Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU), is available at the Technical Support Center (TSC) of the Office of Water, Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Under the guidance of a mentor, the participant will gain experience and educational benefits from this project looking for unregulated contaminants in drinking water.

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