ACS Division of Analytical Chemistry

Become a Corporate Patron or Academic Partner

The Division of Analytical Chemistry is expanding its service to its members and to the national and international community of analytical chemists. Our web presence is a principal mechanism for reaching and supporting these analytical scientists. We now have news of Division Activities, an employment listing service, and the full resources of the Analytical Sciences Digital Library and are continuing to develop many more professional support functions. We request your assistance and participation to help us reach our goal by becoming a Corporate Sponsor or an Academic Partner.

Become a Corporate Patron:

Please fill out this form to become a Corporate Patron of the Division.

As a Corporate Patron, your organization will enjoy the following benefits:

Silver Sponsor - $1,000 annually
Through our website your company will reach a focused web community of Division members and other viewers. Your company logo and link will be on "Meet your Affiliate" pop-ups that appear on our web site home page, and on a listing of all Patrons and Partners linked from the home page.

Gold Sponsor - $2,500 annually
Gold sponsors will enjoy all of the Silver level benefits as well as a full page ad in each electronic edition of the Division’s newsletter.

Platinum Sponsor - $5,000 annually
Platinum sponsors will enjoy all of the Gold level benefits as well as significant corporate sponsor recognition at the Spring ACS National Meeting, Fall ACS National Meeting, Pittcon and the FACSS Conference.

Become an Academic Partner:

Please fill out this form to become an Academic Partner of the Division.

Academic Partners receive the following benefits:

Academic Partner - $250 annually
Your department or analytical division logo and link will be one of the “Meet your Affiliate” logos that appear in rotation on our web site home page and on a listing of all Patrons and Partners linked from the home page.

These contributions are used to support a wide variety of Division activities. These include student awards, such as the Undergraduate Awards, Kolthoff Awards and Graduate Fellowships; professional awards sponsored by the Division, technical programming at Pittcon, ACS Spring and Fall National Meetings and FACSS, and website and facebook communications promoting the field of Analytical Chemistry. The activities of the Subdivision of Chromatography and Separations Chemistry also benefit from these contributions.

We hope that your organization will consider supporting these important activities on an annual basis. In turn, the division will amply recognize your organization for its outstanding effort in supporting the division.