Welcome to GSS 2019!

About GSS

Since 1983, this symposium has been organized entirely by the graduate students within the Department of Chemistry at UB. Since that time, GSS has grown into an established and well-known symposium annually hosting as many as 150 graduate students at the University at Buffalo. This event offers graduate students from institutions across the northeastern United States and Canada, a forum to present their research to an audience of their peers. The symposium is a three day event consisting of posters and presentations given by attending graduate students; highlighted by three keynote speakers who are prominent in their field.

Important Dates

GSS 2019

Monday-Wednesday

May 20th- 22nd, 2019

Poster Session will be held Tuesday, May 21st

Abstract Submission

Late-breaking Abstracts considered through e-mail.

Contact chemistrybuffalogss@gmail.com for more information.

Registration

Now Open! Apply here.

For more details about donating to GSS, please visit our Giving to GSS page.

In recognition, donors will be listed on our Honor Roll. .

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2019 Poster Competition

The Society for Applied Spectroscopy (SAS) will be hosting a poster contest at this year's GSS. The winner will receive a year membership to SAS alongside a certificate. Everyone who presents a poster will be eligible to win this award.

You must be present at the end of the poster session on Tuesday to receive the award. If you have any questions, feel free to email us at chemistrybuffalogss@gmail.com.

Find out more about SAS here.

UB Graduate Chem Club Mixer at GSS

The UB Graduate Chemistry Club will be holding a mixer for all GSS attendees at Brickhouse Tavern and Tap on Tuesday May 21st, at 6:00 p.m.

Free beer will be first come first serve so be sure to arrive on time!

Brickhouse Tavern and Tap is located right around the corner from UB at 4120 Maple Rd, Amherst, NY 14226. If you need help finding the location make sure to let us know!

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