For over twenty years, the Undergraduate Chemistry Society has played a fundamental role
in fostering a sense of community among chemists and connecting students with the Department
of Chemistry faculty.
Meet Dr. Josephine Tsang, CIC’s new Executive Director, focused on leading the National Office Team and the organizations' operations, while planning for programming, human resources, finances, marketing, and risk management.
The Chemical Institute of Canada (CIC) stands in solidarity with Ukraine, the Ukrainian community in Canada, and people who have close ties to their homeland. This unprovoked attack is horrific and unimaginable.
Alex Veinot grew up in a small rural community in Nova Scotia, where he was frequently in trouble at school and slotted in the “dumb class.” Today, Veinot is a Vanier Scholar in the final stretch of his PhD in chemistry at Queen’s University.
After an extensive search the CIC has appointed Dr. Josephine Tsang as the new executive director of the Chemical Institute of Canada (CIC)
Avid female scientist. Dedicated champion of social equity, sustainability, collaborative community builder. Passionate innovation leader. With over two decades of experience in industry, academia, private and public sectors, Dr. Josephine Tsang is beyond thrilled to be joining the Chemical Institute of Canada (CIC) as Executive Director on February 1st, 2022.
In ancient Rome, the god Janus was the god of transitions and was depicted as having two faces. So when it came time to name the filter at the heart of her industrial wastewater treatment start-up, Morgan Lehtinen and her colleagues called it Janus.
Our subject matter interest groups unite people in the same specialty no matter where they are in Canada. Subject divisions hold their own symposia, and sponsor awards, scholarships, and competitions to promote interest and excellence in their fields. Be sure to choose a subject division when you join or renew your membership.