Voting is now open for the Royal Society of Chemistry’s 2023 elections. This is your opportunity to have your say and shape the future of the chemical sciences.
Dozens of candidates are standing in the elections, which opened on 10 May. Among the positions up for grabs are places on the Board of Trustees, two on the Member Communities Board and one on the Professional Standards Board as well as many positions on our Subject Community Councils.
The names and details of the hopefuls are all available to read at rsc.li/vacancies-elections. Voting closes at 5pm UK time on 7 June. Successful candidates will be announced at our hybrid Annual General Meeting on 12 July.
All members of the Royal Society of Chemistry and members of the respective Subject Community will be contacted by Mi-Voice with information on how to vote online. In addition, you can view candidate statements for individuals standing for election through our website.
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