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Education and Professional Development Council: The American Ceramic Society’s Board of Directors took action in January 2017 to improve ACerS efforts in education and professional development. At the recommendation of the current Ceramic Education Council (CEC) and National Institute of Ceramic Engineers (NICE) executive committees, the CEC and NICE have been dissolved, and seeded the formation of a new Class of the Society called The Education and Professional Development Council (EPDC).
Contact Yolanda Natividad, ACerS Member Engagement Manager, for more information about joining the EPDC, or you can check the box on your renewal form.
Keramos: The Keramos National Professional Ceramic Engineering Fraternity was established in 1902 to promote the interaction between and camaraderie among ceramic engineering professionals and students. The main functions of Keramos are to promote and emphasize scholarship and character in the thoughts of students in ceramics, to stimulate mental development, and to promote interest in the professional aspects of ceramic engineering, technology, and science. Keramos membership is by invitation and induction only at one of the 12 chapters comprising the fraternity. Students, resident teaching staff, alumni, and honorary members are eligible. Keramos membership dues are $10. For more information, contact Dr. Greg Hilmas.
Contact Yolanda Natividad to sign up or learn more.