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2018 CSC meeting is just around the corner!

The 2018 CSC meeting in Edmonton is fast approaching and the Inorganic Division is pleased to have a very exciting programme for you this year! In addition to a wide selection of symposia to attend, there are several events that deserve your attention. Some of these important events are listed in the table below.

Call for Faculty Participants in the 2018 ICE Program

ICElogo.jpgThe Inorganic Chemistry Exchange (ICE) is looking for faculty members to participate in a nation-wide exchange of enthusiastic, bright undergraduate students.

In a nutshell, the program matches students from participating departments across Canada with supervisors at a host department. The student is expected to apply to the NSERC USRA competition at the host university.

Join us for the CSCID AGM!

Please join us at the 2017 CSCID Annual General Meeting on Wednresday, May 31st at 17:40 in room 203A at the MTCC. We know that there are potential conflicts with at least one session, we encourage you to come late if you cannot arrive right for the beginning of the meeting.

CSC2017 is almost upon us!

The 100th Canadian Chemistry Conference & Exhibition is almost upon us and it's time to start planning you visit to Toronto! We have compiled a list of what we feel are the most important links and events to help you prepare for the CSC meeting. Firstly, make you check out the detailed programme for the conference, as well as the listing of symposia (available on this site and also here). Also,

Currently seeking faculty advisors for 2017 ICE - EXTENDED

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The Inorganic Chemistry Exchange is looking for faculty members to participate in a nation-wide exchange of enthusiastic, bright undergraduate students.

In a nutshell, the program matches students from participating departments across Canada with supervisors at a host department.

Ending the Conference with a bang - Thursday's Inorganic Events

It is the last day, but certainly not the least so be sure to make it to the following events. The Steacie Award Lecture features Richard Oakley; his talk will be at 11:40am in 200C2. In the afternoon, we feature the 2016 CCUCC Award winner, Stephen

Wednesday's Inorganic Events!

I know it's the day after the Inorganic Mixer but get yourself out of bed because today's schedule will hold some gems as well. Make your way to Suire 302 at 10:40am for Marcus Drover, this year's AGWIC recipient. Soon afterwards, move over to Suite 200 for Kim Baines, this year's winner of the Montreal

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