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-  Please join us for the SEAC Reception and Dinner at the Field House on Monday, March 18 following the Reilley Symposium at Pittcon 2019 (more details HERE). The reception is free for all to attend. Dinner will be $55 this year for faculty/staff/professionals and $45 for students/post-docs. Reserve your spot by paying in advance for the dinner on the SEAC website, via PayPal ( Please reserve your spot for dinner by paying online by March 1, 2019. Any questions, contact Tim Paschkewitz at
  The February 2019 issue of SEACCommunications is now on-line.

  It is a great pleasure to announce our award winners for 2018. The C.N. Reilley Award recipient is Pat Unwin of the University of Warwick (UK) and the recipient of the Royce W. Murray Young Investigator Award is Parastoo Hashemi of the University of South Carolina. Please join us in congratulating these two outstanding individuals for their contributions to the field of electroanalytical chemistry.

dot SEAC is now able to accept donations of long-term appreciated securities (i.e., stocks, bonds or mutual funds), an approach that might be a tax-favorable form of a gift for the donor. For further information, please contact the SEAC treasurer David Cliffel.

  Keep your SEAC membership current....... SEAC renewal, and dues payments can be made on-line using the PayPal secure credit card payment system.
  Check out the SEAC "Online Employment Opportunities" posting board! This service is FREE and open to all for now.

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