Post Conference Access through March 2021!

Don't forget to join us for the following events in the coming months.  Sessions and Details will be added as confirmed.  If you have not previously registered for the conference you may do so below or at the bottom of the page. You must register by 12 pm ET the day before the event to be granted access to the session.

Missed the Main Event?

If you have already registered for the event, simply sign into the conference platform and watch sessions On-Demand.  If you have not previously registered and would like to view the On-Demand content from NOBCChE 2020 and Upcoming sessions register below.

 

Post Conference Calendar

Tuesday, December 8, 2020 - Please note, this session has been postponed.  The date will be announced when it becomes available.

Let's Get the Facts Straight

This session focuses on a young chemist's perspective on life, the field, and success

 

Thursday, December 10, 2020

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM  ET

Network with the Collaborative:  Doing UG Research in a Pandemic Environment

Dr. John Merle, Dr. Haysette Shule, Moderated by Dr. Bakarr Kanu

 

Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Master Scientist Series: Joseph Cannon Lecture

Our Master Scientists, the recipients of NOBCChE awards, will be giving presentations on the research that resulted in their recognition by NOBCChE. Join us for this series!

Joseph Cannon Lecture:  Dr. Subramanian Ramakrishnan

 

Wednesday, February 3, 2021

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM ET

Your Doctorate in Chemistry or Biochemistry: How to Make It Happen

• What do you do in a PhD program?
• Choosing the right school and the right advisor
• Before you apply: what qualities are the graduate programs looking for?
• Getting the best recommendation letters from just the right people
• Putting your application together - less complicated and costly than it seems! 

• Your first semester in graduate school - making the most of it
• The Chemistry and Biochemistry PhD program at Auburn University 

 

Thursday, February 18, 2021

7:00 PM - 8:15 PM  ET

Preparing for Your Financial Future

Catherine Grant-Alston

 

Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Bridging (Grad) School and Career:  a two-fold virtual seminar that will be led by a panel of “unconventional scientists and engineers” - Part II

Nicole Henderson; Brandon Pitts

Unconventional Narratives: Bridging (Grad) School and Career is a two-fold virtual seminar that will be led by a panel of “unconventional scientists and engineers”. The purpose of this series is to educate, enhance, enlighten, and encourage (1)future scientists and engineers, (2) recent graduate students navigating the career journey, (3) early career professionals navigating career choices, (4) anyone interested in learning about unconventional careers with a degree in sciences and/or engineering sciences.  

 

Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Master Scientist Series: Lloyd Ferguson Lecture

Our Master Scientists, the recipients of NOBCChE awards, will be giving presentations on the research that resulted in their recognition by NOBCChE. Join us for this series! 

Lloyd Ferguson Lecture:  Dr. Fikile Brushett

 

Missed an Event?

If you have registered for the event, simply sign into the conference platform and watch sessions On-Demand.  If you have not previously registered and would like to view the On Demand content from NOBCChE 2020 and Upcoming sessions register below.

Main Conference

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Past Post Conference Sessions

  • Bridging (Grad) School and Career:  a two-fold virtual seminar that will be led by a panel of “unconventional scientists and engineers” - Part I ~ Laura Thomas, MBA, PMP; Alexis Freeman
  • Network with the Collaborative:  Applying for Chemistry Graduate School ~ Dr. Tara Meyer