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    • The Nucleus

      Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, 1992)
      The issue contains the minutes of the Board of Directors monthly meeting and an article by James V. Thompson about the uses of Mercury.
    • The Nucleus

      Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, 1991)
      The issue contains the minutes of the Board of Directors monthly meeting and a discussion of Boston's Museum of Science by David W. Ellis.
    • The Nucleus

      Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, 1990)
      The issue contains the minutes of the Board of Directors monthly meeting and information on NESACS being honored by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
    • The Nucleus

      Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, 1989)
      The issue contains the minutes of the Board of Directors monthly meeting and the James Flack Norris Summer Scholar Reports.
    • The Nucleus

      Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, 1988)
      The issue contains the minutes of the Board of Directors monthly meeting and the Norris Summer Scholar Reports.
    • The Nucleus

      Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, 1987)
      The issue contains the minutes of the Board of Directors monthly meeting and a book review by Edward R. Atkinson of The Problem Solvers by E.J. Kahn, Jr.
    • The Nucleus

      Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, 1986)
      The issue contains the minutes of the Board of Directors monthly meeting and a summary of the Hazardous Waste Symposium.
    • Overstimulation After a Traumatic Brain Injury: How Exercises and Music have Proven to be an Effective Tool

      Lafontant, Abigael; Noah, Amanda (12/12/2022)
      The purpose of this case study was to analyze a participant who was evaluated over a 12-week period in an exercise environment dealing with overstimulation after suffering a Traumatic Brain Injury. This project was intended to learn what triggers the participant, develop strategies to reduce distractions, and observe how exercise and music can be effective tools while exercising. A behavioral log was created in order to monitor the participant's behavior twice a week for 12 weeks while observing his environment when exercising with music versus without music. In the course of his exercise program, music therapy proved effective in reducing overstimulation triggered by loud noises.
    • Transition to Electronic Requisition and Vacancy Report

      Navarro, Daniela; Noah, Amanda (12/12/2022)
      The goal of my project was to create a more efficient way of creating a notification of vacancy report. Prior to this project, notification vacancy reports were being completed manually and sent via email to the Human Resource manager and recruiter for review. This project will eliminate the need for making a job requisition manually. Through the applicant tracking system “iSolved Hire,” the hiring managers will be able to create their own job requisition when a job becomes vacant. Notification of vacancy was a process that was time consuming, the new system will be more efficient and effective and take about three to five minutes to complete. The recruiters will be notified immediately after the requisition is attained.
    • The Nucleus

      Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, 2000)
      The issue contains the minutes of the Board of Directors monthly meeting and a lengthy article about the life of Johann Wolfgang Dobereiner.
    • The Nucleus

      Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, 1999)
      The issue contains the minutes of the Board of Directors monthly meeting and an article about the history of Boston University's Department Of Chemistry from 1904-1973.
    • The Nucleus

      Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, 1998)
      The issue contains the minutes of the Board of Directors monthly meeting and a Centennial History.
    • The Nucleus

      Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, 1997)
      The issue contains the minutes of the Board of Directors monthly meeting, including text from James Flack Norris Award Lecture.
    • The Nucleus

      Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, 1996)
      The issue contains the minutes of the Board of Directors monthly meeting and a book review of "On Being A Scientist. Responsible Conduct in Research."
    • The Nucleus

      Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, 1995)
      The issue contains the minutes of the Board of Directors monthly meeting and "Sweet Little Sixteen," remarks delivered by Anthony Cromwell Hill on the occasion of the 16th annual Henry A. Hill Award.
    • The Nucleus

      Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, 1994)
      The issue contains the minutes of the Board of Directors monthly meeting and news about awards presented to members: William P. Jencks, George M. Whitesides, Minhaeng Cho, Graham R. Fleming, Rick L. Danheiser, Barry B. Snider, and Morton Z. Hoffman.
    • The Nucleus

      Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, 1993)
      The issue contains the minutes of the Board of Directors monthly meeting and an article by James V. Thompson about Lime and Portland Cement.
    • The Nucleus

      Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, 1992)
      The issue contains the minutes of the Board of Directors monthly meeting and an article by Envirochem president, David Ham.
    • The Nucleus

      Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, 1991)
      The issue contains the minutes of the Board of Directors monthly meeting and information about the panel discussion "Science and Public Awareness: Where Do The Responsibilities Lie?"
    • The Nucleus

      Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, 1990)
      The issue contains the minutes of the Board of Directors monthly meeting and an article about Nobel Laureate, Professor E.J. Corey.