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2015 Officers

Co-Chair
Dr. Paul Sideris
Queensborough Community College
Department of Chemistry
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Co-Chair
Dr. Yolanda Small
York College
Department of Chemistry
94-20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd.
Jamaica, NY, 11451
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Co-Chair
Dr. Sharon Lall-Ramnarine
Queensborough Community College
Department of Chemistry
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Co-Chair
Justina Widera
Adelphi University
Department of Chemistry
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STUDENT ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE
OF THE NEW YORK AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY



63rd Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium (URS)

Sponsored by: The American Chemical Society's New York Section.

will be hosted by
Queensborough Community College

on Saturday, May 9, 2015


The 2015 Undergraduate Research Symposium Keynote will be:

Constructing Killer Surfaces

presented by

Dr. JaimeLee Rizzo
Professor
Department of Chemistry
Pace University

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Prof. JaimeLee Rizzo

The 2015 symposium will provide an excellent opportunity for undergraduate chemistry students in the New York metropolitan area to present the results of their research. The program will included a keynote address and oral presentations of student papers, followed by a luncheon and award reception.


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Schedule
8:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast Medical Arts Lobby and Well
9:00 Welcoming Remarks
Dr. Sharon Lall-Ramnarine
, Co-Chair, ACS NY Section, Student Activities Committee
Dr. Diane Call, President, Queensborough Community College
Dr. Paul Sideris, Co-Chair, ACS NY Section, Student Activities Committee
Dr. Paris Svoronos, Chair, ACS New York Section
Dr. Sasan Karimi, Chair of Chemistry, Queensborough Community College
Dr. Sharon Lall-Ramnarine, Co-Chair, ACS NY Section, Student Activities Committee
Medical Arts, M-136
9:20 Keynote Address
Dr. JaimeLee Rizzo, Professor, Department of Chemistry, Pace University
Constructing Killer Surfaces
Medical Arts, M-136
10:20 Dr. Paul Sideris Instructions for the day
10:30 Group Photo Stairs Between Library & Adminstration Buildings
11:00 Presented Papers
Analytical Chemistry
Biochemistry
Chemical Education
Environmental/Green Chemistry
Inorganic Chemistry
Nano and Surface Chemistry
Organic Chemistry
Physical Chemistry
Polymer Chemistry
Medical Arts, Library and Science Buildings
12:40 Luncheon / Awards Reception Student Union Lounge
12:50 Pearson
Adaptive and Interactive Learning
Lauren McLean, Pearson Solutions Specialist
12:50 McGraw-Hill
ALEKS: Assessment and LEarning in Knowledge Spaces
Dr. Roy Lcaey, Stony Brook University
Jesal Vyas, McGraw-Hill Student Ambassador
1:25 Presentation of Certificates
Dr. Yolanda Small
Dr. Justyna Widera
Co-Chairs, Student Activities Committee
1:45 Ice Cream Social
Raffle

(including a Kaplan Test Prep Package valued at more than $2000)
Student Union Lounge

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