If you would like to send in a paper ballot, please download 2014 COACS Paper Ballot,vote using the identifier information you were sent in the mail, and mail the ballot back. If there are any questions, please contact Marge Rakowsky(email@example.com) or call (719)333-6001.
This year we will be conducting our election electronically. The election will begin mid-October and close November 15, 2014 at 5 P.M. MST. The executive committee of the Colorado Section consists of the Chair, Chair-elect, Past-chair, Secretary, Treasurer, five councilors with staggered 3-yr terms, and five alternate councilors, also with staggered 3-yr terms. The Secretary and Treasurer have 2-yr terms. Terms for new officers and councilors/alternate councilors will begin January 1, 2015.
We will be electing a Chair-elect who will serve in 2015 as Chair-elect, will become Chair for 2016, and past Chair in 2017. The Treasurer will be elected for 2015-2016. The councilors and alternate councilors will be elected for 2015-2017. The two candidates with the highest number of votes for councilor will be elected councilors and the next two candidates in number of votes will be elected alternate councilors.
Remaining in office in 2015 will be Dan Branan as Chair, Tom Reilly as Past-chair, and Marge Rakowsky as Secretary. Councilors with expiring terms are Connie Gabel and Sandra Bonetti. The remaining councilors will be Sue Schelble, through 2016, and David Dillon and Michael Mosher through 2015. The alternate councilors with expiring terms are Anthony Dean and Susan MacGregor Batenhorst. The councilors with continuing terms are Helen Gerhard, through 2016, and Ryan Richards and Lawrence Berliner through 2015.
2014 Election Candidates
Colorado Local Section ACS
For Chair-Elect-Vote for One (1):
T. Clayton______________________ ⃝
D. Crans _______________________ ⃝
M. O’Connor____________________ ⃝
Write-in: _______________________ ⃝
For Treasurer-Vote for One (1):
Richard Gabel__________________ ⃝
Write-in: _____________________ ⃝
For Councilors/Alt. Councilors-Vote for Up to Four (4).
Top two candidates in votes will be elected councilors,
next two will be elected alternate councilors.
S. MacGregor Batenhorst ________ ⃝
L. Berliner ____________________ ⃝
S. Bonetti ____________________ ⃝
D. Lehmpuhl __________________ ⃝
E. Mansfield __________________ ⃝
B. Trewyn ____________________ ⃝
S. Vyas _______________________ ⃝
Write-in ____________________ ⃝
Write-in ____________________ ⃝
Candidate biographies are available on the website 2014 Election Bios or via links within the ballot. If you have questions about the election process, please contact Marge Rakowsky (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call (719)333-6001. For technical problems, send an email to email@example.com, or call (888) 993-9801.
Members who wish to vote by paper ballot may print the ballot from their web browser or request one from Marge Rakowsky. Please write your voter code from your card or email notice on the ballot and send the ballot to: Dr. Marge Rakowsky, ACS-Colorado elections, P.O. Box 3315, Greenwood Village, CO 80155. Ballots must be received by Nov. 15, 2014 at 5:00 P.M. MST.
Monday, November 10, 2014 Colorado ACS Meeting at the CU Anshutz Medical Campus
Modern Chemical Warfare: History, chemisty, medicine, morality
Joseph Gal, Ph.D. University of Colorado School of Medicine
See Announcement-Joe Gal.pdf for complete announcement with abstract and parcking map
Time : 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Location: CU Anschutz Medical Camput - Education 2 - North Building, Room 1308
Parking: Suggested Lots - Georgetown or Ignacio Pay Lots on 19th Ave.
Appetizers, sandwiches, and non-alcoholic beverages will be available at 6 p.m. before the talk begins. If arriving after 6 p.m., please use the North entrance to the building.
Chemistry Education Resources
March 20-21, 2015
Front Range Community College – Westminster Campus
3645 West 112th Avenue Westminster, CO 80031
We currently are looking for colleagues who would like to contribute to our program by giving a presentation, leading a workshop, or participating in a panel discussion. We especially encourage topics related to our theme “Chemistry Education Resources”. If you would like to present on a different topic, please do not hesitate to submit an abstract, as we encourage as diverse a program as possible. The due date for submitting abstracts is March 6th, 2015.
The latest conference updates will be available on the 209th conference website:
Dr. Denis Kissounko firstname.lastname@example.org
Jason Jadin email@example.com
We are excited to highlight research from two Colorado State University Chemistry faculty members.
Professor Jamie Neilson will present,
“Achieving Materials By Design through Solid-State Metathesis: Kinetic Intermediates and Polymorph Selection”
To prepare a “material by design” is a paradigm towards which we strive in solid-state and materials chemistry. From solid-state metathesis reactions, there are myriad pathways by which solid-state reactions occur. This allows us to identify and isolate kinetic intermediates, as well as metastable products with desirable physical properties, bringing us closer towards a paradigm of materials by design.
Professor Chris Ackerson will present, “Inorganic Nanoparticles and their Biological Applications”
The surfaces and ligand shells of inorganic nanoparticles define much of the biological interactions of inorganic nanoparticles. The surface structure and reactivity of biologically applied gold nanoparticles will be presented. The biogenic synthesis of selenium nanoparticles and their cellular imaging applications will also be presented.
Please note the CSU Chemistry department has an invited speaker at 4 pm in Chemistry Building room A101, “Chemical-proteomic strategies to investigate reactive cysteines,” given by professor Eranthie Weerapana of Boston College. Please consider arriving early to attend this event.
Location: Colorado State University Lory Student Center – Grey Rock Room
Price: $20 for regular ACS members
$10 for students and retirees
Date: November 17th, 2014
Social from 5:30 pm – 6:15 pm
Buffet at 6:15 pm
Talks begin at 6:30 pm
Parking Info: The Lake St. Parking garage has hourly parking near the chemistry building. The student center has parking in close proximity. Check the CSU Map for more details.
Note: For a printable flyer, click 2014-11-17 Announcement.pdf
What makes for exceptional interactive educational activities? Come join the Colorado local section at the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery to learn about how this new museum makes it happen. There will be a guided tour of the museum and a showing of “Dynamic Earth” in the Digital Dome Theater. Food will not be served at this event but the museum is centrally located in Fort Collins close to all matters of food and refreshment.
Location: Fort Collins Museum of Discovery, 408 Mason Ct. Fort Collins, CO 80524
Date: December 6, 2014
Price: $8 for regular ACS members
Free to ACS student and retiree members
All children are free accompanied by an ACS member
Times: 10:00 am arrival check-in
10:30 am Guided Tour of the museum by Treloar Bower and Jason Wolvington
11:30 am showing of “Dynamic Earth” in the Digital Dome Theater
Parking Info: Parking is available at the museum at no cost.
Note: For printable flyer, click 2014-11-17 Announcement.pdf