The late Doctors Mary Paul and Henry Paul had demonstrated their interest in science education over many years. They had helped and encouraged highly motivated students interested in science at the high school in their hometown of Norwich, New York. They also had secured or donated special equipment to the Norwich High School. In addition, the Drs. Paul had served as technical advisors to teachers and other educators outside of Norwich. It was, therefore, appropriate that scholarships were established honoring the memory of these outstanding scientists and perpetuating their interest in science education.
Please click here to learn more about the lives and contributions of Mary and Henry Paul.
As members of the American Chemical Society, the Pauls had a shared interest with the local Norwich Section for promoting science education. The Norwich Section originally established and administered their scholarship fund. The Binghamton Section continues the mission of the former Norwich Section by assuming the responsibility for the Dr. Mary Paul and Dr. Henry Paul Memorial Scholarships. Please click the following link for additional information, including detailed information and an application form.
The Binghamton ACS local section will be offering a limited number of mini grants to section members who wish to sponsor an event or activity that will increase the engagement of members and encourage innovative activities that will benefit the local community, schools, or legislative government.
Some events for consideration include: hands-on science activities with K-12 students, their teachers and/or their parents, professional development events for undergraduate and graduate level students, etc.
Link to online application: https://goo.gl/forms/CE1V7t59DDe4h3pk2
We would like to congratulate all the Binghamton Local Section members for an outstanding year and once again thank all the volunteers for all the hard work.
Outstanding NCW Event for a Specific Audience
Our successful program was a K-12 teacher’s workshop with hands-on classroom activities based on the NCW theme Chemistry Rocks!
The 20th Annual ChemLuminary Awards celebration was held during the ACS National Meeting & Exposition in Boston, MA on August 21, 2018 from 8:00 p.m. until midnight at the Boston Park Plaza, Grand Ballroom A/B. The ceremony give members the opportunity to recognize local sections, technical divisions, regional meetings, and international chemical sciences chapters for their tireless efforts and work in promoting chemistry and the chemical sciences during 2017.
It is our pleasure to welcome you to the official website for the Binghamton Local Section of the American Chemical Society. Please click here to learn more about our local section.
Our annual Awards Dinner was held on Wednesday, May 3rd on the Binghamton University campus. Please click here for more details.
We hope that you will explore the Special Edition of The Pipet (our section newsletter) to learn more about the Binghamton ACS Local Section!
Please check out the Activities tab to learn more about our many exciting events and programs, such as the United States National Chemistry Olympiad, Chemists Celebrate Earth Day, and National Chemistry Week.
Take time to become active as an ACS Member in our Section! Contact us with any questions and/or suggestions.
Please join us for our annual Awards Dinner and Lecture on Thursday, May 3rd at 5:30 pm in the Fountain Room of the Smart Energy Building. We will recognize our Award winners and be joined by Dr. Wayne Jones, who will speak about Careers in Chemistry. More information is available here.
On Saturday, February 24th, 2018, the ACS Binghamton Local Section and the Department of Chemistry at Binghamton University will sponsor the area's third You Be The Chemist® (YBTC) Local Challenge competition. YBTC is a program of the Chemical Educational Foundation®.
The local challenge event will be held in the Fountain Room in the Smart Energy Building on Binghamton University's campus. The top six students will be invited to participate in the NYS Challenge at the end of April at the BASF Corporation facility in Tarrytown, NY.
For more information, please visit https://www.chemed.org/