Southwest Georgia Local Section

Geographic Area

 


The Southwest Georgia Section has approximately 134 members who live and work in the southwest Georgia counties.

Bylaws of the Southwest Georgia Section

Bulletin 5 is the ACS Constitution and Bylaws. (http://www.acs.org/bulletin5). This link is also the main page for other C&B information, including petitions, bylaws for divisions and local sections, and other information. A copy  of the SOWEGA bylaws is located on this webpage and on the ACS  

Bylaws of the Southwest Georgia Section 

ACS Mission and Vision

 

We are dynamic and visionary, committed to “Improving people’s lives through the transforming power of chemistry.”

This vision ─ developed and adopted by the ACS Board of Directors after broad consultation with the membership ─ fully complements the ACS Mission statement, which is “to advance the broader chemistry enterprise and its practitioners for the benefit of Earth and its people.” Together, these two statements represent our ultimate reason for being and provide a strategic framework for our efforts.

 

Locally

 

  • ACS has 189 local sections (chapters) throughout the United States. Local sections allow members to:
  • Connect with other chemists and chemical engineers in their geographic area
  • Participate in programs near their homes that can enhance their professional development
  • Contribute to the public’s understanding of chemistry in their communities.
  • ACS regional meetings are hosted by local sections in various geographic regions across the United States.

 


 

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