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Now Accepting Applications: 2016 Student Travel Awards

The Chemical Society of Washington is pleased to announce a student travel award to defray travel and/or registration costs to the national ACS meeting in Philadelphia this Fall. The Philadelphia meeting will be held August 21-25, 2016.  Eligible expenses include meeting registration, travel expenses, airfare and lodging. The award is […]

Brita Johannessen-Kluk and Tiffany Ann Reid Reddinger Receive the CSW 2015 Schubert Award for High School Teaching

Brita Johannessen-Kluk The co-recipient of the 2015 Leo Schubert Memorial Award for outstanding teaching of high school chemistry is Brita Johannessen-Kluk, Chemistry Teacher at Northwest High School in Germantown, Maryland. She joined the faculty at Norwest High School in 2006. Ms. Johannessen-Kluk received her bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and Secondary […]

Brita Johannessen-Kluk and Tiffany Ann Reid Reddinger Receive the CSW 2015 Schubert Award for High School Teaching

Brita Johannessen-Kluk The co-recipient of the 2015 Leo Schubert Memorial Award for outstanding teaching of high school chemistry is Brita Johannessen-Kluk, Chemistry Teacher at Northwest High School in Germantown, Maryland. She joined the faculty at Norwest High School in 2006. Ms. Johannessen-Kluk received her bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and Secondary […]

Kim Morehouse receives ACS 2016 Local Section Outreach Volunteer of the Year Award

In an effort to recognize the immeasurable outreach efforts made by local section volunteers, the Committee of Community Activities (CCA) has established the “Local Section Outreach Volunteers of the Year” recognition program. CSW Councilor Kim Morehouse was recently awarded a Local Section Outreach Volunteer of the Year award from ACS […]

The Hillebrand Prize: The Supreme Court of Chemistry

By Lisa Greenhouse, NIST Historian The annual Hillebrand Prize of the Chemical Society of Washington (CSW), awarded for original contributions to the science of chemistry by member(s) of CSW, is named for William F. Hillebrand (1853-1925), one of Washington’s most distinguished chemists. Hillebrand achieved such stature during his career in Washington, first […]