Green Chemistry Project in transition

March 1, 2008 at 9:44 pm 1 comment

The Green Chemistry Project is going through a transition this semester. Last semester we were able to have weekly meetings and discuss news stories, research articles, and other topics of interest.

Unfortunately, from our two attempts to hold meetings at the beginning of the month, it is clear that we cannot get a critical mass of members to show up for lunch meetings this spring. Reed College is a busy place under “normal” conditions, but with junior qualifying exams and senior theses … well, it just gets hard to find an open spot on the weekly schedule that people can commit to.

So we are entering a quieter phase. Right now, the Project will function mainly as a blog. I will post information about articles and events that I discover. I encourage you to subscribe to the blog, and to write comments and posts of your own. If you are unsure how to subscribe or post, come see me. Or, even more simple, just stay on the email list (and send me emails of material that you would like to see posted).

I also want to encourage any Reed students who are interested in green chemistry in particular, or environmental issues more generally, to contact me. The Project can become active as soon as some students flip the switch.

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Entry filed under: Meeting notes.

Next meeting Feb 18, M, 12 PM Sustainability Science

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  • 1. Franciszp  |  March 26, 2008 at 9:57 pm

    thanks much, brother

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