NOBCChE Conference

Dark blue background. A light blue helix made of dots is on the left just behind the side view of a woman's face wearing goggles. Around those items are dots of varying sizes in shades of blue and green.  On the right in grey, blue and white text are the the conference dates and theme. From the top "2021," next line "Legacy of," next line "Resilience," next line in a box September 16 - 18."

2021 Virtual Conference

It is our pleasure to invite you to attend this year's virtual conference, NOBCChE 2021, to be held September 16-18. This year's conference events include the Master Scientist Series, incorporating the Winifred Burks-Houck and Percy Julian Lectures, the Career and Academic Fairs, the NOBCChE ConneXions Poster Competition, Technical Talks, and several Professional and Student Development sessions!

 Quick Links and Resources

2021 Agenda
Register
 
Sponsor/Exhibit
Presenter Guidance
   

Highlights Will Include: 

  • Career Fair and Academic Expos: Our Career Fair and Academic Expo will be held on Thursday, September 16. Stop by our virtual hall or set up an appointment to meet with our sponsors and exhibitors through live video chat, and learn about exciting job opportunities that they may have for you.
  • Professional and Student Workshops
  • Technical Sessions:  Both oral and poster.
  • On-Demand Webinars
  • Awards and Recognition
  • Pre-Conference Seminars (if registered by the appropriate deadline)

At our live conferences support is available for students and postdocs in the form of the Advancing Science Conference Grant (ASCG). Because the event is virtual this year with a largely reduced fee, the National Planning Committee has decided to use some of those funds to create other opportunities for our students. For more information contact [email protected].

 

Contact Us

  General Information:
   
   
  Registration 
  Felicia Barnes-Beard
  Sponsorship/Exhibits
  Tyrslai Williams-Carter/Kevin Ileka
   
  Conference Chairs
  Danielle Watt/Lloyd Munjanja
  Call for Abstracts
  Keturah Adams/Kwaku Dayie