Please join us for the High School Chemistry Awards Night and the ACS Colorado Section High School Chemistry Teacher Award, featuring a presentation by Keith Neeves, Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering at the School of Mines.
Date: Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Location: Colorado School of Mines, Ben Parker Student Center (Building 58 on Parking Map) Ballrooms B & C
Times: Social 5:30 PM Dinner 6:00 PM Program 7:00 PM
Please send reservations for dinner by Tuesday April 24, 2014 to email@example.com or 303 817-4144.
When making dinner RSVPs: please indicate the number of members, guests, students, and high school student award recipients in your party.
Dinners are $20 for adults (parents, teachers, ACS members and guests), $10.00 for ACS students, siblings, children and retirees. No charge for students receiving awards.
Directions and parking information can be found at: http://www.mines.edu/MapsDirectionsParkingInfo
2014 Theme: The Wonders of Water
The American Chemical Society is sponsoring an illustrated poem contest for students in K-12. All poems must be no more than 40 words and in one of the following styles to be considered: Haiku, Limerick, Ode, ABC poem, Free verse, End rhyme, and Blank verse. Entries will be judged upon relevance to the theme, The Wonders of Water as well as incorporation of the theme, word choice, imagery, colorful artwork, adherence to poem style, originality, creativity, and overall presentation. All entries must be original works without aid from others. Each poem must be submitted and illustrated on an unlined sheet of paper (any type) not larger than 11” x 14”. The illustration must be created by hand using crayons, watercolors, other types of paint, colored pencils, or markers. The text of the poem must be easy to read and may be printed with a computer before the illustration is done or the poem may be pasted onto the unlined paper with the illustration. Younger students may write the poem on lined paper and paste it onto the unlined paper with the illustration. Only one entry per student will be accepted. Entry form must accompany the entry.
All illustrated poems and/or digital representations of the poems become the property of the American Chemical Society.
Acceptance of prizes constitutes consent to use winners’ names, likenesses, and entries for editorial, advertising, and publicity purposes.
Entry must be received by March 31, 2014. Poems may be mailed to
Dr. Connie Gabel
Department of Chemistry
Metropolitan State University of Denver
P.O. Box 173362, Campus Box 52
Denver, CO 80217-3362
Download the flyer and Application Below: