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2022 Short Course – Call for Proposals

The EAS 2022 Short Course Committee and Governing Board are soliciting proposals for EAS 2022 Short Courses, to be held Nov. 13-16, 2022 at the Crowne Plaza Conference Center in Plainsboro, NJ. Do you have extensive experience as an analytical chemist?  Are you interested in furthering the field by educating colleagues?  The EAS Governing Board invites experienced scientists…


Announcing Spring/Summer 2021 Short Courses

EAS is excited to announce our Online Short Courses being offered this May and July! These Online courses are the same high quality and length as our in-person short courses, and are taught by leading experts in their field. Each course is live and interactive via Zoom, allowing you to interact with instructors and fellow students from the comfort of your home or office. Each course is two half-days from 10:00am – 2:30pm EDT


Keynote Lecture

Dr. Raychelle Burks – @DrRubidiumAnalytical Chemist, Forensic Scientist & Science CommunicatorAmerican University Making Progress with Social Justice and SensingWhile working for social justice and designing sensing systems may seem unrelated endeavors, they share a common core. Doing better.  In this talk, Dr. Burks how equity guides her analytical work in forensic science. After working in a…

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Honoring the life of Alvin Bober

All of us at EAS are grieving the loss of our friend and colleague Alvin Bober, who passed away last year at the age of 97 (Alvin Bober obituary).  Alvin was a member of the EAS board for 30 years, a former secretary, and a former delegate of the Society of Applied Spectroscopy. A gifted…