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2021 virtual symposium

posted Apr 11, 2021, 3:18 PM by Great Plains Catalysis   [ updated Apr 11, 2021, 3:18 PM ]

Our GPCS 2021 virtual symposium is going to be held on Friday, September 17, 2021. More information is coming...

Webinar March 19 Rebecca Fushimi

posted Mar 14, 2021, 9:05 AM by Great Plains Catalysis   [ updated Mar 14, 2021, 9:09 AM ]

Our next webinar will be given by Rebecca Fushimi from Idaho National Laboratory. If you are a GPCS member, the meeting info (zoom room & password) will be sent to you. If you are not a member but still want to join the webinar, the following registration form can be used.



GPCS Webinar 2021 Rebecca Fushimi



Webinar Feb 26

posted Feb 15, 2021, 9:39 AM by Great Plains Catalysis   [ updated Feb 15, 2021, 9:39 AM ]

Our next webinar will be given by Marcus Foston from Washington University, St. Louis. If you are a GPCS member, the meeting info (zoom room & password) will be sent to you. If you are not a member but still want to join the webinar, the following registration form can be used.


GPCS Webinar 2021 Marcus Foston


2021 GPCS Award nomination

posted Feb 10, 2021, 8:52 PM by Great Plains Catalysis   [ updated Feb 10, 2021, 9:45 PM ]

The Great Plains Catalysis Society seeks nominations for the 2021 Great Plains Catalysis Society Award. The Award will be presented at the Annual Symposium of the Great Plains Catalysis Society, to be held virtually during September 2021. The Award winner will give a plenary lecture at the Symposium.

 

The Award will be given to an individual, preferably from the Great Plains area, who has made an outstanding contribution to the advancement of catalysis. Such advancement can be scientific, technological, or in organization leadership. The Award will be presented at the annual symposium and consists of a scroll and memento and a cash prize. Nominees must confirm in advance their virtual attendance at the annual Symposium and their intent to deliver a plenary lecture if chosen to receive the Award.

 

A full nomination package should include the following:

 

1.     Name, occupational address, phone, and e-mail of the nominator, who must be a member in good standing of the Society

2.     Name, occupational address, phone, and e-mail of the nominee

3.     Nominee’s short-form curriculum vitae (3 pages maximum)

4.     Nomination statement  800 words maximum)

5.     Two letters of support (800 words maximum)

6.     An award citation of 100 words that could be used for publicity

 

The nomination package must be received by April 15, 2021 and should be e-mailed as a single pdf document to:

 

Bala Subramaniam

President, GPCS

University of Kansas

bsubramaniam@ku.edu

 

It is the intent of the Society to notify the Award winner by May 15, 2021.

Webinar Mari Andiappan Jan 29

posted Jan 21, 2021, 10:25 PM by Great Plains Catalysis   [ updated Jan 21, 2021, 10:28 PM ]

Our next webinar will be given by Marimuthu Andiappan from Oklahoma State University. TIf you are a GPCS member, the meeting info (zoom room & password) will be sent to you. If you are not a member but still want to join the webinar, the following registration form can be used.

GPCS Webinar 2021 Mari Andiappan


GPCS Happy New Year

posted Jan 5, 2021, 9:42 AM by Great Plains Catalysis   [ updated Jan 5, 2021, 9:42 AM ]

Happy New Year to GPCS members. This year we welcome Bala Subramaniam of the University of Kansas as the GPCS President. We thank Daniel Resasco of the University of Oklahoma for his service as President in 2020.  Keith Hohn will leave his role as Past-President.  We very much appreciate Keith’s service as the inaugural GPCS President.

Webinar December 11

posted Dec 1, 2020, 4:05 PM by Great Plains Catalysis   [ updated Dec 1, 2020, 4:06 PM ]

Our next webinar will be given by Matt Wulfers from Phillips 66. The webinar will be focused on "Application of UV-vis Spectroscopy in Catalysis Research". If you are a GPCS member, the meeting info (zoom room & password) will be sent to you. If you are not a member but still want to join the webinar, the following registration form can be used.


Registration Form

GPCS Webinar 2020 Matt Wulfers


Webinar Eli Sutter November 19

posted Nov 13, 2020, 3:14 PM by Great Plains Catalysis

Our next webinar will be given by Eli Sutter from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln. The webinar will be focused on "Liquid Metal Catalyzed 1D Semiconductor Nanowires and Heterostructures" If you are a GPCS member, the meeting info (zoom room & password) will be sent to you. If you are not a member but still want to join the webinar, the following registration form can be used.

GPCS Webinar 2020 Eli Sutter


Election 2020

posted Nov 7, 2020, 10:16 PM by Great Plains Catalysis   [ updated Nov 7, 2020, 10:16 PM ]

Dear Colleagues,

 

Thank you for being a member of the GPCS, and for joining us during our virtual symposium and our monthly webinars this year. It is time to elect the next president of our growing society. The person elected this cycle will serve as President-elect in 2021, and President in 2022. 

 

Please feel free to volunteer (nominate yourself)  or a fellow member for this position.  Updates regarding the election as well as other information pertaining to our society may be found on our webpage.  http://www.greatplainscatalysis.org/

 

Officers to be Elected and Terms

  1. President–elect (will be president in 2022)

Timeline for Election

  1. Call for Nominations                                                     November 7, 2020
  2. Last date to send nominations                                      November  21, 2020
  3. Candidate names finalized by Exec Cmte                    November 23 2020
  4. Candidate bios (100 words)                                          November 30, 2020
  5. Start of Voting                                                                December 1, 2020
  6. End of Voting                                                                 December 14, 2020
  7. Announcement of Officer                                               December 15, 2020

 

Nomination Procedure

  1. All current GPCS members can nominate another member for an Officer’s position.  Please note that a prospective candidate should become a member before being nominated. 
  2. Please check with the candidate if s/he is willing to be nominated before submitting the name
  3. Self-nominations are welcome
  4. A person can be nominated for only one position
  5. Submit the nominee’s name and the position for which s/he is being nominated to Steven Crossley, GPCS Secretary,  at stevencrossley@ou.edu   

 

Please contact me at stevencrossley@ou.edu  if you have any questions.

Webinar Aug 14th

posted Aug 7, 2020, 8:22 PM by Great Plains Catalysis

Our next webinar will be given by Wenyu Huang from Iowa State University. The webinar will be focused on well-defined nanomaterials. If you are a GPCS member, the meeting info (zoom room & password) will be sent to you. If you are not a member but still want to join the webinar, the following registration form can be used.

GPCS Webinar 2020 Wenyu


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