1981 Meeting Officers - ACS Publications

For information on exhibition booth space, contact: Peter. N. Keliher, FACSS Exhibit Director,. P.O. Box 96, Collegeville, Pa. 19426,. 215-489-6721. I...
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News (ACS) is sponsoring four short courses on the weekend following the FACSS meeting: writing for results; laboratory automation—micro-, mini-, or midicomputers; maintaining and troubleshooting chromatographic systems; and management for the newly appointed supervisor. For information on ACS courses, contact: Dept. of Educational Activities, American Chemical Society, 1155 16th St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036, 202-8724508. The Society for Applied Spectroscopy (SAS) will offer short courses on plasma emission spectrometry and FTIR. Further information on SAS courses is available from: Peter Griffiths, Dept. of Chemistry, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio 45701, 614-5946381. In addition, seven FACSS-sponsored workshops will be given: liquid chromatography of biological and synthetic polymers; analytical techniques using the inductively coupled plasma; 13 C NMR: A probe for studying molecular structure dynamics; selected topics in GC/MS; modern practice of capillary column chromatography; practical maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of electronic lab instrumentation; and the art of sample preparation. An Employment Bureau will be in operation during the meeting. For information contact: James M. Purcell, USDA, ERRC, 600 East Mermaid Lane, Philadelphia, Pa. 19118, 215233-6468. An instrument exhibition will also be held. For information on exhibition booth space, contact: Peter N. Keliher, FACSS Exhibit Director, P.O. Box 96, Collegeville, Pa. 19426, 215-489-6721. In addition, a number of special social and recreational events will be offered throughout the meeting. Housing is available at the Philadelphia Sheraton Hotel. To ensure reservations, room requests should be made three weeks prior to scheduled arrival. For housing information, contact: Reservations Office, Philadelphia Sheraton Hotel, 1725 John F. Kennedy Blvd., Philadelphia, Pa. 19103, 215-568-3300. Registration hours at the meeting will be: Sunday, Sept. 20, 5:00-9:00 P.M.; Monday through Thursday, 8:00 A.M.-4:30 P.M.; and Friday, 8:00-10:00 A.M. Fees are as follows: $45, preregistration; $55, regular on-site registration; $10, student; $30, single day; $10, Friday only; and spouses' program, complimentary. Deadline for advance registration is Sept. 11. Preregistration information is available from: Jerry Messman, P.O. Box 3235-Dia-

Walter C. McCrone is winner of the 1981 Anachem Award sponsored by the Detroit Association of Analytical Chemists. The award is given annually in recognition of service to analytical chemistry through research administration, teaching, and other activities. McCrone did both his undergraduate and graduate work at Cornell University and in 1956 started his own research laboratory, McCrone Associates, Inc. In 1960, he founded the McCrone Research Institute, devoted to teaching and fundamental research. He served on the Advisory Board of ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY from 1975-77. He is

editor and publisher of The Microscope, the international journal of applied microscopy. McCrone's special interests have always been chemical microscopy, crystallography, and ultramicroanalysis. He and his associates have applied these techniques to everything from moon dust to DaVinci's Last Supper

mond Farms Branch, Gaithersburg, Md. 20760. For additional information on the program or on the meeting, contact: Mary A. Kaiser, E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Experimental Station 228/200, Wilmington, Del. 19898, 302-772-3250, or Robert A. Barford, USDA, ERRC, 600 East Mermaid Lane, Philadelphia, Pa. 19118, 215-243-6453. The complete technical program and list of meeting officers appear on the following pages.

and C.B. Larkey, Western Electric Co. Cultural/Social Events: A. Donnell, Newtown Square, Pa. Employment: J.M. Purcell, U.S. Department of Agriculture Student Award: J. Markham, Villanova University

FACSS PROGRAM Monday Morning, Sept. 21

1981 Meeting Officers General Cochairman: R.A. Barford, U.S. Department of Agriculture Program Cochairman: M. A. Kaiser, E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. Chairman of the Governing Board: J.E. Katon, Miami University (Ohio) Committee Chairmen Arrangements: J.R. Cavanaugh, U.S. Department of Agriculture Treasurer and Budget: D. W. Robinson, Pennwalt Corp. Publicity: R.J. Knauer, Armco Steel Registration: J.D. Messman, U.S. Geological Survey Secretary: E. Murt, Amchem Products Exhibits: P.N. Keliher, Villanova University Continuing Education: P.B. Roush


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