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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 Petr Vanysek.

  It is a great pleasure to announce our award winners for 2016. The C.N. Reilley Award recipient is Reg Penner of the University of California - Irvine and the recipient of the Royce W. Murray Young Investigator Award is Ryan White of the University of Maryland - Baltimore County. Please join us in congratulating these two outstanding individuals for their contributions to the field of electroanalytical chemistry.

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