- Mission Statement:
In an effort to expand its mission to encourage and advance chemistry in all its branches; and by its meetings, reports, papers, discussions and publications, to promote scientific interests and inquiry, The Georgia Section of the American Chemical Society invites proposals from interested parties for the annual Mini-grant Program.
The mini-grants enables activities intended for
improving public understanding, appreciation and knowledge of chemistry
and the chemical sciences in the greater Atlanta region.
Grants of up to $1000 will be awarded.
Proposals will be evaluated on the basis of creativity, coherence and the expected number of people impacted.
Proposals must be either submitted by an active member of the American Chemical Society, or have an active member sponsor if submitted by a non-member.
A committee of local section members will evaluate all complete proposals received by the deadline.
Applications for the 2014 Mini-Grants.
The submission window for
2014 Mini-Grants proposals will open on February 1, 2014.
The target deadline is April 1, 2014.
The application form is available in
Please make sure that your application provides answers to all of the items.
- A brief summary report highlighting the number of participants and key
accomplishments will be required at the conclusion of the activity.
(The form is available in
Microsoft Word and
For further information, or for assistance in identifying a member sponsor, please contact: Mr. Terry Say,
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