Monday, September 26, 2011
Seton Hall University
400 South Orange Ave.
South Orange, NJ
| 3:30 PM
|| SEED Poster setup
| 4:00 - 6:00
Cost for Dinner
$25 – Payable at the door
(free for judges)
prior to Wed, Sept 20, 2011
To be a judge
Bill Suits ().
Note: This event is held in conjunction with the
North Jersey Executive Committee Meeting.
Dinner cost is
payable at the door; however, if you are
not able to attend and did not cancel
your reservation, you are responsible for
the price of your dinner.
The event is free if you do not have dinner
or are a judge.
All ACS Members and Friends,
Come and Hear about the Latest Research
Going on in Area Laboratories.
Take an hour or two to see the posters that
you choose, as displayed by eager SEED
students. You will receive highlights of the
research they did in organic, pharmaceutical,
biological, analytical, environmental,
computational, inorganic, physical, and
polymer chemistry, as well as in chemical
and bioengineering, food, cosmetic, plant,
and materials science, and drug development.
Your interest is critical.
Thanks to your help,
the SEED students will be further inspired.
SEED students worked at NJIT, Rutgers
and Cook College (3 campuses), Seton
Hall, Stevens, Montclair, Beth Israel
Hospital, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson,
William Paterson University, Ramapo
College, New Jersey City University,
Fairleigh Dickinson, Fordham, Long Island
University, Brooklyn College, NJ
Meadowlands Environmental Org.,
Hackensack Hospital, and the Public Health
Research Institute in Newark.
Thanks are due to the mentors’ kindness
and dedication, and funds donated by
school boards, corporations, the ACS SEED
endowment, and many individual chemists.
The poster session will take place as part of the social hour of
the North Jersey ACS meeting. It is at Seton Hall University, South
Orange Avenue (corner Centre Street), South Orange, NJ, in the
Student Center. Everyone is invited. There is no charge and no
reservations are needed if you go to the poster session and cannot
stay for dinner.
You are welcome to be a judge,
and if you are a judge, you receive a free buffet dinner.
If you would like to be a judge, please contact
Bill Suits ().
If you plan to stay for dinner, please contact
John Penna (732-463-7271,
by September 20.
Anyone wanting to host a student or start a SEED Program in the North Jersey Section, could call Susan Fahrenholtz at 973 338-6588 for specific information