Whether you are just beginning your studies or working on a doctoral thesis, attending the 18th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference will be a valuable immersion experience. Students who participate can:
- Network with some of the world’s brightest green chemistry leaders
- Deepen your understanding by listening to cutting edge technical presentations
- Gain experience by participating in the student poster presentation and contest
- Connect with peers from other universities
- Attend a career workshop presented by ACS Careers
The 2014 GC&E Student Workshop will be held June 16, 2014 at the American Chemical Society headquarters in Washington, DC. This free workshop is open to undergraduate and graduate students, and post-docs who are attending the GC&E Conference. You must check off the box for the student workshop on your application form in order to register.
To register, go to the Registration page and fill out the online or paper application. Students will be able to select student housing during the registration process. Student housing can also be secured at a later date.
Modern-living has met economic savings and we are excited to announce that this year’s student housing will be held at American University’s (AU) Cassell Hall! This eight-story state-of-the-art dormitory opened in fall 2013 and features a host of accommodations including: suite-style rooms with living room space, contemporary floor lounges with kitchens, private floor study offices, an 8,000 –square foot fitness center, bicycle parking area, and more! Cassell Hall takes student housing to the next level and is guaranteed to be a smart choice. For more information on student housing, please click here.
Pricing: Student housing costs $70 for a shared room or $89 for a single room
Student Poster Competition
Student submissions* to the GC&E Poster Session will be entered into a the poster competition. The posters will be judged at the conference and two $500 prizes will be awarded for the best entries.
*Breen and Hancock Award winners will not be eligible.