Greetings from SEPSACS! Our first meeting of the fall is on September 26th at Lebanon Valley College. Carol Stein from the Copperhead Chemical Company will speak on nitroglycerin. Details can be found below and on page 2 of this newsletter. Please mark your calendars for the November meeting which will be held at Millersville University on the 19th of that month. Also mark your calendars for the Priestley Lecture at Dickinson College which will be held this year on November 7th. Details for both November events will follow in the next issue. Call for Nominations for SEPSACS Officers
The following individuals have agreed to be nominated for officer positions with the Southeastern Pennsylvania Section of the 5:30 to 6:30 PM – Dinner
2nd Floor Atrium, Neidig–Garber Science 6:30 PM – Speaker
“Nitroglycerin and Its ‘Impact’” Additional nominations may be sent to Virginia, or by mail to 1033 S. 7:30 PM – Dessert and Coffee
2nd Floor Atrium, Neidig–Garber Science If nominating someone other than yourself, please include contact information so that we may determine whether the person is willing to be considered for the position. Please submit all nominations no later than October 22, 2013. Cost: $20 for members and $10 for students DEADLINE: Monday, September 23rd
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Speaker Bio Carol Stein earned her BS in chemistry with Parking is available in two lots directly concentration in forensic science from Cedar behind the Neidig–Garber Science Center. Crest College and an MS in chemistry with a concentration in pharmaceutical bioorganic Abstract
from Lehigh University. She is currently Ascanio Sobrero abandoned his discovery of nitroglycerin (NG) after suffering an injury manufacture of pharmaceutical nitroglycerin department, Tamaqua Analytical Laboratory weapon of mass destruction increasing the (TAL), she routinely tests to the compendial procedures and ASTM Standards. Carol has established the Nobel Prize after lamenting currently in multiple leadership positions in nitroglycerin still as deadly as in the 1800’s? How has nitroglycerin been used over the youth group director at the local church and Jujitsu martial arts at the local karate school where she is a first degree black belt. She is SEPSACS OFFICERS
Anderson Marsh, Lebanon Valley College, 101 N. College Ave., Annville, PA 17003-1400 Ernest Coleman, 950 Willow Valley Lakes Dr., H 211, Willow Street, PA 17584, Virginia Hunsberger, 1033 S. Spruce St., Elizabethtown, PA 17022. James Foresman, Physical Sciences Dept., York College, Gregory Foy, Physical Sciences Dept. York College, York, PA MEMBERS AT LARGE
Steven Bonser, Dept. Of Chemistry, Millersville University, Andrew Landis, Penn State University-York Campus, York, PA 17403 Cathy Santai, Wilson College, Chambersburg, PA, 17201 Allison Predecki, 1871 Old Main Drive, Shippensburg, PA 17257, 717-477-1441, All views expressed are those of the editor or individual contributor and do not represent the official position of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Section of the American Chemical Society.


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