Diversity in Analytical Chemistry (virtual) Seminar Series Questionnaire
To provide a forum in which a diverse group of measurement scientists can discuss a diversity of analytical techniques and challenges, we are organizing a virtual seminar series for the 2020 - 2021 academic year. The seminar series will build a community of undergraduate, graduate, postdoctoral, and faculty scholars who share a passion for measurements and inclusive laboratory environments.

Please answer the following questions to help us plan this seminar series and make this experiment in celebrating diversity in Analytical Chemistry a success.

If you have any comments or questions, please contact Matthew Lockett (mlockett@unc.edu) or Ashley Ross (ashley.ross@uc.edu). Thanks in advance!
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How often would you attend a virtual seminar, given by faculty members from diverse backgrounds, focused on current research endeavors advancing measurement science? *
What is an ideal format (and time) for these seminars? *
Given that analytical chemistry programs (undergraduate and graduate) are spread across the US, which of the following days and start times (EST) would work best for your schedule? Please check all that apply. *
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9:00 am
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11:00 am
12:00 noon
1:00 pm
2:00 pm
3:00 pm
4:00 pm
5:00 pm
What week of the month would work best for your schedule? *
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What months throughout the academic calendar should we have seminars? *
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If a graduate student-led technique primer and/or focused literature discussion about the upcoming speaker were offered the week prior to seminar, would this opportunity to learn and discuss new areas be useful? *
If a graduate student-led technique primer and/or focused literature discussion about the upcoming speaker were offered the week prior to seminar, would you attend? *
If a 30-minute "ask the experts" session in which graduate students and postdocs of the speaker field technical questions was available after the seminar, would this opportunity be useful? *
If a 30-minute "ask the experts" session in which graduate students and postdocs of the speaker could field technical questions was available after the seminar, would you attend? *
Do you have a catchy title for this seminars series?
Do you have any suggested speakers that we should consider? Please provide their name and institution.
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