The Bulletin, June-July issue now online: Students, cements and morePublished on May 24th, 2012 | By: Eileen De Guire
This double-issue highlights student-led Society activities and international issues of sustainability in concrete and cements.
Catch the latest news and information in the June-July issue of the Bulletin, now available online.
The American Ceramic Society’s membership magazine is available on the website to everyone. The Bulletin has the latest news from the ceramics and glass industry, as well as Society activities. Check out the advertisers, too, to find out who knows ceramics and how to work with them.
The June-July feature articles are:
- PCSA enters fifth year with enthusiasm and ambition
- Chair’s report on programming, outreach, fundraising and growth, by Troy Ansell
- Laboratory safety perspectives and best practices, by Seth Berbano
- Quality education: Teaching students to optimize experiments, by Ashley Durrbeck
- Travel scholarship enables international research collaboration, by Amy White
- Is the textbook right? Supporting a truck on coffee mugs, by John Mayo
- Conquering the conference, by Samara Levine
- Industry desires more than an engineer, by John Solomon
- Sampling the work world, by Eleanor A. Gamble
- Government sector; Private sector, by Charles Forman; Patrick D. Slinko
- Keramos and Material Advantage, by Ellen Sitzmann and Laura Van Steenhuyse
- Managing information flow in the current age of science, by Taylor Shoulders
- Art, science and engineering—Lessons given, lessons received, by Maxwell Marple
- Ceramics: The intersection of art and engineering, by Samuel Miller
- Good science comes from good policy, by Tricia L. Freshour
- The Wreckers, by Michael McLeod and George Edgert
- Straight talk with Karen Scrivener on cements, CO2 and sustainable development (an interview with Peter Wray)
- Cement technology in sub-Saharan Africa—Practical and scientific experiences, by Wolfram Schmidt, Naomi N.M. Hirya, Dubravka Bjegovic, Herbert C. Uzoegbo, Senthil G. Kumaran
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