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CHEM 394: Research Communications Symposia and Meeting Organization Posters vs. Oral Presentations Appropriate Conduct ACS Meeting Organization Operated by the Committee on Meetings and Expositions (and ACS Staff) Presidential, Society and Committee Events:

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chem 394 research communications

CHEM 394: Research Communications

Symposia and Meeting Organization

Posters vs. Oral Presentations

Appropriate Conduct

acs meeting organization
ACS Meeting Organization
  • Operated by the Committee on Meetings and Expositions (and ACS Staff)
  • Presidential, Society and Committee Events:
    • Plenary Talks, ACS Business Meetings, etc.
  • Technical Sessions
    • Organized by the Technical Divisions
  • Exposition
    • Instruments, apparatus, publishers, software
  • Career Services
  • Undergraduate Program
  • Workshop -Teacher & Student Activities
types of presentations
Types of Presentations
  • Oral & Poster
  • Official Guidelines
  • Good Presentations:
    • Clear, to the point
    • Well spoken, correct language, spelling and grammar appropriate
    • Large fonts, pictures, attentive presenter who is nicely dressed.
  • Poor Presentations:
    • Not much time spent on their preparation
    • Sometimes not the presenter’s fault
    • Hard to sit through
professional behavior
Professional Behavior
  • Remember, in addition to representing yourself, you are representing SUNY College at Oneonta!
  • To that extent, when other scientists at the meeting see your name badge, some of them will know myself, Dr. Vining, Dr. Gallagher, etc. and SUNY Oneonta
  • Be courteous, etc. at all times (even when not at the meeting). At the same time, remain engaged, checking out what you like and asking questions when you have them.
  • You may very well encounter BAD presentations.
    • In the case of posters or exhibitors,,,,,
      • Just say thank you and walk away without commenting negatively in front of the presenters.
professional behavior7
Professional Behavior
  • When you encounter a bad oral presentation.
    • First, remember that this may be the presenters first time, and they may be speaking in a language that is new to them. Always be polite and do not talk, gesture, pass notes, etc. during any presentation!
    • Second, remember that this will likely be you in a few years!
    • DO NOT LAUGH, CHUCKLE, GIGGLE, etc.
      • If you can not control yourself you may leave.
    • If you don’t like the topic, then when the talk ends, you can leave if you are not required to be there.
  • When you are in an oral presentation.
    • Realize that talks are short (15-20 min max), so the next one will come soon.
    • Most talks have a 5 minute Q&A session at the end. Ask questions then. There are usually breaks every 3-4 talks, but not always.
    • Ask questions at the end if you have them.
social behavior
Social Behavior
  • About 1/2 of what I do at meetings is in social settings
    • Discussing ideas with colleagues
    • Looking for funding sources
    • Checking out new equipment
    • Meeting with friends
  • Outside of the meeting, we are still representatives of SUNY Oneonta. Remember, that this class runs the entire time from when you leave until when you return. Student Code of Conduct applies with regards to alcohol, illicit drugs, and behavior. If you are using SA vans, SA rules apply too!
  • Enjoy yourself, enjoy Chicago (especially on Saturday), and when you are outside of the meeting just behave like the mature adults you are!
let s check out the chicago meeting site
Let’s Check Out the Chicago Meeting Site!!
  • http://acswebcontent.acs.org/nationalmeeting/chicago2007/home.html
  • For the following week (22-Feb, 4:50 PM)
    • Detailed overview of the meeting program.
    • Initial activities selection and our schedule.
  • Other class meetings
    • 8-March, 15-March and a special meeting 19 or 20-March.