CSW Events

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CSW Monthly Meeting – May 24, 2022 – features Panel Discussion on Chemistry and the Law – Recording is now available

This event is over. A recording of the session is available – view here. Please join the Chemical Society of Washington (CSW) on May 24, 2022, 6:00 – 7:00pm ET for a virtual meeting with a panel discussion “Science and The Law: Chemistry, Engineering and Intellectual Property”.  During this one-hour […]

CSW and TechBridge Girls invite you to join in on April 30, 2022 for a STEM event to inspire and engage young girls for careers in science

DATE: April 30, 2022TIME: 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. ET This event will be presented via Zoom and is FREE, but you must register to participate. Register now Welcome and Introduction – CSW 2022 President, LaKesha Perry “What inspired you to become Chemists?” – Speakers, Dr. Pritha Roy and Dr. […]

2022 Chemical Society of Washington Board of Managers

President LaKesha N. Perry President Elect Alessandra Zimmermann Immediate Past President Jennifer Y. Tanir Treasurer, 2022 Reyniak A. Richards Secretary, 2022-2023 Brian Rolczynski Councilors, 2022-2024 Allison Aldridge Stephanie Moffitt Janice Reutt-Robey Councilors, 2022-2023 Raychelle Burks Wesley Farrell Sara Orski Councilors, 2022 Darryl Boyd LaKesha N. Perry Nevart Tahmazian Alternate Councilors, […]

CSW Virtual Meeting – December 8, 2021, 7:00 p.m. – “Future Prospects of Chemistry: New Frontiers and Sustainability”

H. N. Cheng, PhD2021 President, American Chemical Society “Future Prospects of Chemistry: New Frontiers and Sustainability” We will also congratulate the 50, 60, and 70 year ACS members during the meeting. Read more about our Honorees. This event is over, but you may access the recording. Speaker Bio H. N. Cheng […]

Recording available from May 13th CSW Meeting – “Methane Production and Emissions in Trees and Forests”

The recording of the May CSW meeting is available here. Patrick Megonigal, Ph.D.Associate Director of ResearchSmithsonian Environmental Research Center “Methane Production and Emissions in Trees and Forests” Abstract: Forest ecosystems are important to managing global climate change because they take carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and store it in wood. […]