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Richland Section 2004
A pictoral archive of events and activities for the Richland Section of the American Chemical Society
Date(s): January - December 2004. Album by Janet Bryant. Photos by Bryant, unless noted. 1 - 23 of 23 Total. 20688 Visits.
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Newspaper article (Nov 9, 2004) from the LaGrande, OR newspaper, the "Observer", about the event Girls in Science. Edit

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Girls in Science: spectrophotometric analysis of different sun screens Edit

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Girls in Science: students measure the caloric contents of different types of nuts Edit

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Girls in Science: Eastern Oregon University faculty and students volunteer involved in the outreach event Edit

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Girls in Science: students prepare sunscreen samples for analysis Edit

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Girls in Science: reflecting on nutritional issues and self image -(girls assembled a poster about how women are portrayed in magazines) Edit

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Girls in Science: participants present a poster about their findings on women images in magazines Edit

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Girls in Science: students discuss volatile organic compounds present in cigarette smoke Edit

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Girls in Science: learning how to measure blood pressure Edit

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Girls in Science: learning how to find the heart rate at rest

Girls in Science was a daylong science event for approximately 100 girls in grades 6-8 in Northeastern Oregon.  Hispanic and Native American students were targeted.  The activities ranged from sunscreens to cigarette smoke and emphasized the NCW theme of Health and Wellness
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Expanding Your Horizons: Held annually at Wa State University, Tri-Cities campus, this event brings hundreds of middle school girls to learn about careers in math, science, and engineering.  In keeping with NCW's theme in 2004, Richland ACS members provide a hands-on session about food chemistry. Edit

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Annual 50 Year Members Recognition Event provides a time for membership recognition and reflection. Edit

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Annual 50 Year Members Recognition Event provides a time for membership recognition and reflection. Edit

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Annual 50 Year Members Recognition Event provides a time for membership recognition and reflection. Edit

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Richland ACS members worked with the City of Richland to celebrate Earth Day. Edit

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After 2003's successful "Chemis-TREE" event, the Richland ACS Section continues the celebration of Arbor Day with community members, the City Arborist, and students. Edit

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This year the Richland Section donated a nice Red Maple tree to the parks in celebration of Arbor Day and Earth Day. Edit

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another view of "our chemis-tree", this year a red maple. Edit

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Group pose after helping plant over a dozen trees and hearing City Aborist talk about the importance of trees to the environment.  He spoke specifically about the chemistry of trees and reduction of air pollution. Edit

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Karen Grant, 2003 Richland Chemist of the Year, works hands-on with students.  The award symposium in her honor was held in May 2004.  See http://www.pnl.gov/acs/newsletters/200409.pdf for additional photos. Edit

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Mini-version of the Poster presented at the ChemLuminary Event at the Fall National ACS Meeting, Sept 2004, representing Richland Section Activities in 2003. Edit

 
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