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Chemical Information Bulletin Vol. 62(1) Spring 2010
MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR
Welcome to the first edition of the CINF bulletin that is
exclusively electronic. It is part of our continuing efforts to
D embrace electronic rather than print activities and comes on the
heels of another big step for our Division last year - electronic
balloting. The CINF publications team spent 2009 preparing for
this transition. Thanks to their efforts we will be able to continue to
share the valuable information captured in our Chemical
Information Bulletin while at the same time reducing our impact on
the environment. The timing could not be better, given that the
theme for the Spring National meeting is "Chemistry for a
Carmen Nitsche . ,
As I begin my tenure as Chair of CINF, I want to extend a warm thank you to Svetlana Korolev,
our immediate past chair, for all her efforts last year, and to Dave Martinsen, who has come to
the end of his CINF Chair rotation. I look forward to working with the CINF membership to
advance the interests of our discipline, with particular focus on our interdisciplinary activities
and member outreach and mentoring.
Our division exists to support our members, providing technical programming that spans the
breadth of our discipline and a network of colleagues who are an invaluable resource. The
planned CINF programming at the Spring National Meeting in San Francisco exemplifies our
commitment to interdisciplinary approach, with CINF either sponsoring or co-sponsoring
sessions with the INORG, MEDI, COMP, ANYL, CHED and CHAL Divisions of the ACS, the
CSA Trust and the ACS Green Chemistry institute.
If you have never come to CINF committee meetings, make 2010 the year you get more involved
in CINF activities. I invite you to join us at the CINF Long Range Planning meeting and
breakfast on Saturday, March 20th. This is immediately followed by committee meetings until
noon, a luncheon at noon, and the executive committee meeting in the afternoon. We also will
have a CINF luncheon on Tuesday, and three receptions, including our Welcoming reception and
Scholarship for Scientific Excellence Poster session on Sunday, the traditional Harry's party on
Monday, and the CINF Reception on Tuesday.
See you in SF!
Chair, ACS Chemical Information Division
Carmen. Nitsche (symvx. com
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