2016 Pauling Symposium Registration Form

Welcome to the 2016 Pauling Award Symposium registration form!

Online Registration is CLOSED.

On-Site Symposium Registration will be available at 

starting 12:15 on Saturday, November 12th in the Karen Hille Phillips Center

Symposium Registration: No cost
Poster Session Registration: CLOSED

Banquet Registration is CLOSED

Banquet Deadline has passed: Friday, November 4th, 2016

Linus Pauling Medal

This one form allows for symposium and poster registration as well as banquet ticket purchases. Each person should register for the symposium (no cost). In this process, undergraduate and graduate students and post-docs can sign up to present a poster (no cost). A banquet ticket can be purchased in this same form via the ACS Puget Sound Section through their Paypal account.

If a group wants to purchase multiple tickets at once, simply enter the names in the text box on the form for the individuals who are covered by the payment.

For more details, see the main Pauling Medal URL: http://www.plu.edu/chemistry/pauling2016/

CLOSED: Registrant Information


CLOSED: Optional Poster Submission for Undergraduate / Graduate / Post-Doc
If you want to present a poster, click yes and then enter your poster title in the new field. The poster should follow basic ACS guidelines in a 3x4 landscape format. For additional information, contact Dr. Adam Glass (glassac@plu.edu).

Banquet Tickets (CLOSED - despite if you choose entrees]
CLOSED: Banquet options are below along with dietary needs. (Contact waldowda@plu.edu, tonnsl@plu.edu, or yakelina@plu.edu with questions.)

Non-student $35 Banquet Tickets

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Student $20 Banquet Tickets

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