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National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
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NOBCChE was co-founded in 1972 by a group of chemists and chemical engineers. Initially, the organization was financially aided by the Haas Community Fund and Drexel University. After receiving positive feedback and interest from other black chemists and chemical engineers, the founders decided to expand on their idea and set up a structured idea of what they wanted the society to emphasize. Two years later, the first national meeting was held in New Orleans, LA. At the conference, black chemists and chemical engineers found that they could discuss career-related issues with others who were in similar fields. Today, the national conference features various workshops, research presentations, and high school science bowls.
Founders of NOBCChE
NOBCChE Midwest Regional Conference October 12-14, 2006 University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI Theme: "Unleashing the Power" - Powerful workshops for both professionals and students.
NOBCChE Southeast Regional Conference November 10-11, 2006 Atlanta Airport Renaissance Concourse Hotel Theme: "Integrated Life Strategies" - Strategies for achieving an interactive balance among career, family, and personal development.
NOBCChE National Conference April 1-7, 2007 Orlando, FL J.W. Marriot Grande Lakes Resort
Deadline for submitting abstracts to be judged at the National Conference: December 15, 2006
Deadline for registering Science Bowl teams, projects, or competitions at the National Conference: March 5, 2007
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