Finalist for ACS ChemLuminary Award in Global Engagement

Live from 254th ACS National Meeting & Exposition at Washington, DC.
https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/meetings/fall-2017.html

Our Chapter’s Outreach Project was selected as a finalist for the ACS ChemLuminary Award for Global Engagement!

ACS on Campus, Penang

The FIRST ACS on Campus in Malaysia was presented by Prof Andrew Wee, the Associate Editor of ACS Nano on 17 August, 2017 at ICYC.

(Pictures from Roy, ICYC)

STEM Motivation Day, Sabah

Our team members from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia organized STEM Motivation Day in Beaufort, Sabah!

ACS Global Innovation Imperatives Project

Global Innovation Imperatives, “Gii’s mission is to create community and knowledge transfer to stimulate global scientific innovation that meets societal imperatives.”

After several successful forums and events across the globe, in 2017 the (Gii) program remains a unique and useful opportunity for ACS member communities to bring U.S.-based scientists together with colleagues from a high-need area to explore ways chemistry can address a local problem or to promote best practices in solving that problem.

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ToT: ACS Global Chemists’ Code of Ethics

ACS Malaysia Chapter members are currently representing Malaysia at the ACS Global Chemists’ Code of Ethics Trainer Leadership Institute in Melbourne, Australia. Chemists and chemical practitioners from Malaysia, Indonesia, Pakistan, India, the Philippines, and Jordan were selected to be trained at this Institute.

The Chapter is represented by our Co-chair Dr Lee Hooi Ling, Secretary Dr Mohd Firdaus Abdul Wahab, Assistant Secretary Dr Hasrinah Hasbullah, and our active member Dr Low May Lee.

ACS Global Chemists’ Code of Ethics Trainer Leadership Institute has ended successfully, with all our trainers receiving their certificates and training packs. They will return to Malaysia and provide training to at least 100 participants on the topics of publication ethics, chemical safety and security, and science communication. ACS Malaysia would like to thank ACS International Office and the Chemical Security Program of the US Department of State for providing support to our trainers to attend this Institute.

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