The ACS Student Member Magazine
This chapter has figured out how to bring people together for the dual purpose of relieving stress and getting students involved.
Universidad de las Americas Puebla’s student chapter captures the spirit and memory of Marie Curie in celebration of Day of the Dead.
UMCP mixes fun and educational activities to teach young students and peers about science.
This New York college is on a roll in the community, on campus, and in growing their student chapter.
Chemistry ambassadors pool their expertise on how to engage members.
International student chapters in Nigeria join forces to organize a symposium encouraging collaboration and consideration for the future of the nation.
Student chapter in Brazil transforms chemistry into art, showcases chemistry to the public, and champions diversity.
ACS is recognizing 284 student chapters for distinguished programs and activities performed during the 2015-2016 academic year.
ACS past-president Donna J. Nelson congratulates student chapters on an outstanding year of achievements.
Equip yourself to skillfully handle conflicts in your chapter.
Between a Valentine's Day fundraiser and competitive lunch trivia with professors, University of New England student chapter fosters a campus-wide presence.
What's the secret to SLCC's success? Chapter bonding, ACS national meeting trips, and dedicated advisors.
Looking to spice up your chapter? Incorporate more research into your programming to give members a competitive edge.
Know your climate change facts to present an argument that's measured and rich with examples.