ADSE

Alliance for Diversity in
Science and Engineering

501(c)(3) non-profit organization

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EVENTS

Upcoming Events

Eighth Young Researcher Conference

A student-focused program of keynote lectures, student presentations, panel, and networking session.

ADSE is hosting its 8th annual Young Researchers Conference (YRC) in College Park, MD at University of Maryland on Saturday October, 5th. The YRC is an opportunity for students to present their research, receive career advice from other scientists and engineers, and network with established professionals with similar backgrounds, making it one of ADSE’s most significant events, and all ADSE members are invited to participate at this national meeting.

Invited speakers for this meeting include Professors Steven Lopez (Chemistry, Northeastern University), Raúl Hernández Sánchez (Chemistry, University of Pittsburgh), Luke Achenie (Chemical Engineering, Virginia Tech), and Tianning Diao (Chemistry, New York University). 

Date: October 5th, 2019

Event Location: 

University of Maryland, College Park, MD

Edward St. John Building (#226), 2nd floor

Best access through west-facing front doors

Map: https://terpnav.umd.edu/

Parking and Transportation Info:

Parking: Free campus parking in numbered lots. We recommend using Lot 1 as it is the closest to the building. 

Metro: If coming by metro, the UMD Shuttle #104 is free to use. The Regents Garage stop closest to the conference location.

Contact: Alessandra Zimmermann, 

zimmermann@allianceinscience.org

Past Events

Meet Up in San Diego

Attending the American Chemical Society Meeting this August? Come meet up with fellow ADSE members. Located near the convention center this will be a great opportunity to connect and network with members from across the country.

 

Check out our Facebook event page for more information, to RSVP, and share with others! Hope to see you there!  

Seventh Young Researcher Conference

A student-focused program of keynote lectures, student presentations, panel, and networking session.

ADSE is hosting its 7th annual Young Researchers Conference (YRC) in College Station, TX at Texas A&M University on June 7th. The YRC is an opportunity for students to present their research, receive career advice from other scientists and engineers, and network with established professionals with similar backgrounds, making it one of ADSE’s most significant events, and all ADSE members are invited to participate at this national meeting.

Invited speakers for this meeting include Professors Kayla Green (Chemistry, Texas Christian University), Malika Jeffries-El (Chemistry, Boston University), Matthew Sheldon (Chemistry, Texas A&M University), and Aaron Smith (Chemistry, University of Maryland- Baltimore County). 

Date: June 7th, 2019

Event Location: 

Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

Sixth Young Researcher Conference

A student-focused program of keynote lectures, student presentations, panel, and networking session.

ADSE is hosting its 6th annual Young Researchers Conference (YRC) in Philadelphia, PA at Drexel University on April 27th. The YRC is an opportunity for students to present their research, receive career advice from other scientists and engineers, and network with established professionals with similar backgrounds, making it one of ADSE’s most significant events, and all ADSE members are invited to participate at this national meeting.

Our invited speakers for this meeting include Professors Nicolas Alvarez (Chemical and Biological Engineering, Drexel), Osvaldo Gutierrez (Chemistry, University of Maryland), Eric Schelter (Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania) and Sarah Wengryniuk (Chemistry, Temple University).

Date: April 27th, 2019

Event Location: 

Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA

See schedule for more information.

Fifth Young Researcher Conference

A student-focused program of keynote lectures, student presentations, panel, and networking session.

ADSE is hosting its 4th annual Young Researchers Conference (YRC) in College Park, MD on September 29th. The YRC is an opportunity for students to present their research, receive career advice from other scientists and engineers, and network with established professionals with similar backgrounds, making it one of ADSE’s most significant events, and all ADSE members are invited to participate at this national meeting.

Our invited speakers for this meeting include Professors Rigoberto Hernandez (Chemistry, Johns Hopkins University), Christina Woo (Chemistry, Harvard University), Seena Ajit (Pharmacology & Physiology, Drexel University), and Gloria Washington (Computer Science, Howard University). 

Date: September 29th, 2018

Event Location: 

University of Maryland, College Park

LGBTQ+ Chemistry Conference

We are happy to announce the first LGBTQ+ Chemistry Research Conference in New York this June. This conference is hosted by two graduate students from NYU, with the support of Chemical Makeup, the Alliance for Diversity in Science and Engineering, and NYU. Our hope is this conference will allow for a strong and diverse community of queer chemists to present their research and be exposed to exciting new areas of chemistry!

 

We invite all graduate students and post-docs to apply for a poster or oral presentation. The application process is free, and payment of $20 is due only if accepted. There is also the option to register to attend ($20) in lieu of applying to present. Lastly, there is an optional portion on the application for travel awards.

Date:  Friday, June 22nd, 2018

Event Location: New York University

Fourth Young Researcher Conference

Date: March 17th, 2018

Event Location: 

Xavier University of Louisiana

Norman C. Francis Academic Science Complex (Bldg. 37)

Rm. 173

ADSE is hosting its 4th annual Young Researchers Conference (YRC) in New Orleans on March 17th, prior to the ACS National Meeting & Expo. The YRC is an opportunity for students to present their research, receive career advice from other scientists and engineers, and network with established professionals with similar backgrounds, making it one of ADSE’s most significant events, and all ADSE members are invited to participate at this national meeting. Hosting such important events to influence the next generation of scientists from all diverse backgrounds is critical to ADSE’s mission and we hope will lead to a positive impact on the future. 

There will be a number of invited speakers at the event, including Prof. Kristin Miller (Tulane University), Prof. Mary Caldorera-Moore (Louisiana Tech University), and Prof. Isiah Warner (Louisiana State University). 

Giving Tuesday

Date: November 28th, 2017

Donate link: https://www.facebook.com/allianceinscience/

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Help ADSE fundraise this Giving Tuesday, November 28th! Facebook will be matching all donations received on this day.

 

ADSE is hosting its 4th annual Young Researchers Conference (YRC) in New Orleans on March 17, prior to the ACS National Meeting & Expo. The YRC is an opportunity for students to present their research, receive career advice from other scientists and engineers, and network with established professionals with similar backgrounds. 

All proceeds from this fundraiser will go towards costs for this conference. Donate via Facebook today.

Dunloe Brewing - ADSE@UCD

Join ADSE@UCD at Dunloe Brewing for beers and a fun night out! There will be an on-site food truck. A percentage of the proceeds will benefit ADSE. Co-sponsored by Asian American and Pacific Islander Graduate Students. 

Date:  November 17th, 2017

Event Location: 

Dunloe Brewing

1606 Olive Dr.

Davis, CA 95616

ADSE Fundraiser @ Spats by ADSE@Berkeley

Join ADSE@Berkeley at Spats for a fun night out! UCB grads will be guest bartending, and there will be a raffle for gift cards to Cream and Melt.

Date:  November 9th, 2017

Time: 6-9pm

Event Location: 

Spats
1974 Shattuck Ave.

Berkeley, CA 94704

  • UMCP-YRC event

Chemical Makeup by ADSE@NYU

Chemical Makeup is a fundraising event that highlights the importance of scientific diversity and cultural talent. Chemistry is a field of understanding, yet also a power of influence that connects, shapes, and forms all living things. Our chemistry community has been challenged in regards to health, protest, belongingness, and partisanship. In this light, how does chemistry relate to power and how does chemistry relate to who we are? Artists, comedians, and musicians will be inspired to explore their own relationships with ‘chemistry and their chemical makeup,’ as patrons of the event engage with and contribute to the cause.

Date:  November 4th, 2017

Time: 4-10pm, comedy show begins at 5pm

Event Location: 

Beyond Studios NYC
272 Seigel Street
Brooklyn, NY 11206

Third Young Researcher Conference

A student-focused program of keynote lectures, student presentations, panel, and networking session.

  • UMCP-YRC event

9:00
10:00
10:10

 

10:40
 

11:10
12:00
1:05

 

1:35
2:30

 

3:30

4:30

Welcome Breakfast
Introductory Remarks
External Keynote Speaker: Professor Daniela Buccella, NYU 
Postdoc Research Talk: Dr. Salvador Muñoz III, Univ. Rochester
Student Research Talks
Networking Lunch
Internal Keynote Speaker: Professor Efrain E. Rodriguez, UMD
Student Research Talks
Panel Discussion on Research and Graduate School
Laboratory Tours/Departmental Showcase
Undergraduate Poster Session/Networking Reception

Contact: 

Osvaldo Guiterrez

ADSE East Coast Regional Representative

ogs@umd.edu

Date: September 16th, 2017

Event Location: 

University of Maryland, College Park

Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center (Bldg. ESJ)

Room 220B

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