Sara Orski

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CSW Project SEED – Call for Students & Mentors/Projects!

Every year, the Chemical Society of Washington (CSW) hosts a CSW Cohort with ACS Project Seed (Summer Experiences for the Economically Disadvantaged) where High School students join laboratories across the DMV for a paid summer research internship in chemistry or a chemistry-related field! Through participating in Project SEED CSW and our amazing research mentors support the growth of underrepresented […]

CSW Election Results

Congratulations to the newly elected members of CSW’s Board of Managers! Here are the results of the annual CSW election, which closed on November 15: President-Elect, 2023 Lauren Ragle Treasurer, 2023-2024 Reyniak Richards Councilor, 2023-2025 LaKesha Perry Nevart Tahmazian Xiaoyong Lu Alternate Councilor, 2023-2025 Joseph Duran Ravinder Paul Lall Managers-at-Large, […]

Virtual CSW Meeting “Leveraging the Chemistry Classroom for Impact” with Chidi Duru, PhD., NBCT – December 14th, 6 P.M.

Chidi Duru, PhD., NBCT National Board Certified Chemistry/Science Teacher, Science Department Chair Crossland High School (Prince George’s County Public Schools) “Leveraging the Chemistry Classroom for Impact” Virtual CSW Meeting December 14, 2022 – 6:00-7:00 ET The Chemical Society of Washington would like to congratulate Dr. Chidi Duru on earning the […]

Thank You from the Committee on Minority Affairs

The Committee on Minority Affairs would like to thank everyone for submitting for National HBCUWeek! It was amazing to see and get to know members of CSW and spotlight them and their HBCU.Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) helped Black Americans pursue professional careers,earn graduate degrees, and advance their education […]

Congratulations to Dr. Raychelle Burks – 2022 ACS Fellow

ACS announced 45 new fellows, honored for their contributions to science. CSW Member Raychelle Burks was among 2022’s honorees. Congratulations Dr. Burks! https://cen.acs.org/acs-news/programs/Announcing-2022-ACS-fellows/100/i27?utm_source=mostread&utm_medium=mostread&utm_campaign=CEN Raychelle Burks Ph.D. Associate Professor of Chemistry American University