Join PMSE

Benefits of Membership

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  • An avenue to present your research and network with possible collaborators at ACS National Meetings and Exposition, including special symposia, award symposia, and poster sessions.
  • Be eligible for Division Awards and Honors
  • Receive email notifications about professional meetings, deadlines for Division Award applications and nominations, and officer elections
  • Facilitate and attend symposia at ACS meetings and collaborations with polymer scientists in organization from across the globe
  • Support and collaboration on social networking sites across the globe

Three Ways to Join

  1. For the fastest registration, please call ACS Membership Services at 800-333-9511 or 614-447-3776. This typically takes about 15 minutes, but it can only be completed during normal business hours.
  2. Fill and send in the form: choose between online, a downloadable [Word] file, or downloadable [PDF] file.  In all cases, follow the submission instructions to register.  The first year is free for ACS members.  If you are re-joining or registering as as a non-ACS member, you will be billed through ACS for membership indicated in the form.
  3. Join at a conference.  At both National Meetings, a table will be located near the symposia where you can sign up for membership.

Submit Membership Request Online

The PMSE New Member Form will be sent to ACS – membership is received in 2 business days and you will billed by ACS.

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