2018 Annual Symposium
IMPORTANT NEW PARKING LOCATION AND INSTRUCTION:
Event parking available at Lots 58 and 58A, located next to Library of Science and Medicine on 165 Bevier Road, Piscataway, NJ 08854. The Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy Building is right behind the Library of Science and Medicine. Registration of your vehicle is required and free and you can register your cars by clicking the link: https://rudots.nupark.com/events/events/register/ef0c979a-98ae-4987-a0ac-21ab90c121f0 . You can register your car ahead of time or on site by phone or online. Our board members and volunteers can also help register your vehicle when you arrive at Reception Desk. Parking is free after vehicle registration at above link
Symposium theme: The Changing Face of Chemistry: Meeting Future Challenges.
Speakers: Senior R&D leaders from industry, distinguished educators from universities as well as Influential entrepreneurs.
Vendor show: A vendor exhibition will be held in parallel to podium presentations. Vendors are welcome to participate.
Career opportunities: Several companies will post job openings and collect resumes at the symposium. In addition, a career consultant from ACS will provide career advices on-site.
Time:8:00AM - 5:00PM, Saturday, June 23, 2018
Location: Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, Lecture Hall 131, Rutgers University, 160 Frelinghuysen Road, Piscataway, NJ 08854
Cost: Free and open to public. Complimentary breakfast and lunch will be provided.
Registration: http://tristatecacs.org for registration, additional information and updates
CACS- Tristate Chapter is a nonprofit organization that has served the Tri-state region since 1981. Its mission is to provide opportunities of self-development, learning and relationship-building for Chinese chemical professionals from the United States and Greater China in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries. The symposium has, in the past, featured speeches from and panel discussions participated by ACS presidents, corporate leaders, entrepreneurs and policy makers on topics ranging from global business and career opportunities, challenges that face the profession of chemistry, healthcare, energy, environmental issues, and the place of chemistry in humanity.