NERM 2012 American Chemical Society 38th Northeast Regional Meeting

September 30 - October 3 2012, Rochester, NY
Radisson Hotel Rochester Riverside

              100 Years of Creating a Better Future through Chemistry

 

Pictures from 2012 Northeast Regional Awards

 

 

Professor Amy Irwin, State University of New York, Monroe Commuity College,served as announcer during the Award Ceremony.  

 Professor Bassam Shakhashiri, 2012 President of the American Chemical Society handed out all awards.  The local awards are listed below.

David Hostage

ACS Division of Chemical Education Northeast Region Award for Excellence in High School Teaching

 

Professor Maria Hepel

2012 Northeast Region, ACS Award for Achievements in the Chemical Sciences

Professor Annemarie Ross  

The Stanley C. Israel Regional Award for  Advancing Diversity  in the Chemical Sciences

 

2012 Northeast Regional Award for Leadership recognition

Professor Richard Hartmann

General Chair NERM 2012

Dr. Terry Bluhm

Program Chair NERM 2012

2012 Northeast Regional Award for Sections Celebrating 100 Year Anniversaries

Steve Szatynski
Rochester Section 100 Year Anniversary
 
Mr. Jefferson Chin and Dr. Ken White
 
New Haven Section 100 Year Anniversary
 
Dr. Brian Frederick
 
Maine Section 100 Year Anniversary
 

ACS Division of Chemical Education Northeast Region Award     for Excellence in High School Teaching

The 2012 High School Teacher Awards goes to:

 
David Hostage
Science Teacher
The Taft School
110 Woodbury Road
Watertown, CT  06795

David teaches  AP Chemistry (grades 11-12) and Honors Chemistry (grades 10-11) as well as Accelerated Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry as needed by the Taft School.

For more information on his accomplishments,

2012 Northeast Region, ACS Award for Achievements in the Chemical Sciences

 The 2012 Chemical Sciences Award goes to: 

 

Professor Maria Hepel
SUNY College at Pottsdam
Chemistry Department
44 Pierrepont Avenue
Potsdam, NY  13676


Professor Hepel's research studies are multidisciplinary and include nanotechnology, piezosensors and biosensors, effect of toxicants on DNA damage, oxidative stress, materials science, environmental remediation, electrochemistry and catalysis.


For more information on her accomplishments,

 

The Stanley C. Israel Regional Award for  Advancing         Diversity  in the Chemical Sciences

The 2012 Stanley C. Israel goes to:

 

Professor Annemarie Ross
National Technical Institute for the Deaf
52 Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester, NY 14623
(585) 475-6400 (V/TTY)

Annemarie Ross, an Assistant Professor at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID),
is a champion of diversifying the chemical sciences and a valuable leader to NTID, the ACS, and
the scientific community. As a deaf professional, skilled scientist, and caring educator, Professor
Ross is an ideal role-model to the hundreds of students with disabilities that she has directly
helped to find successful careers in chemistry.

 For more information

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