Spring 2022 Student Travel Awards

The Catalysis Science and Technology (CATL) Division solicits applications for CATL-ChemCatBio Graduate Student Travel Awards that will cover the registration fee of graduate students presenting at the Spring 2022 ACS National Meeting scheduled to be held from March 20-24, 2022. The travel awards aim to further the shared goals of the ACS CATL (https://www.acs-catalysis.org/) and ChemCatBio Consortium (https://www.chemcatbio.org/) to provide educational opportunities in catalysis, support professional development for young scientists, and foster diversity and inclusion in chemical process research. To be eligible the student must be an ACS CATL Division Member. Please send as a single PDF file, in an email attachment: a) Notice of abstract acceptance for a CATL-sponsored symposium b) CV of the graduate student c) Nomination letter from the student's PhD advisor d) ACS Member number of the nominator and the nominee e) Whether or not the student has already registered for the ACS Meeting (if they have registered please also send a receipt and a postal address so we can send reimbursement) Include CATL REGISTRATION AWARD APPLICATION (in capital letters) as the subject. Forward documentation to the ACS CATL Assistant at contractor.acs.catl@gmail.com. The deadline for application is February 26, 2022. Sincerely, Bill Schneider Josh Schaidle CATL Division Chair ChemCatBio Director

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