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Piper Promotes: Drink Entrepreneurs & Women Chemists Committee Meeting

This week in Piper Promotes, we have a bonus: two picks.

First: On the first Thursday of every month (this Thursday, June 7, 2012), DrinkEntrepreneurs in SF hosts a networking mixer each month for a relaxing happy hour to meet cool people. DrinkEntrepreneurs “differs from many networking events having no format, name tags, business booths, or stuffy environments. We want to promote friendship first.”

This month’s festivities are at Harlot, which at 46 Minna Street is right near the Embarcadero BART station. RSVP here. Entrance is free, but you should buy your columnist a drink if you see her there!


Second: The local chapter of the American Chemical Society (ACS) Women Chemist Committee (WCC) is meeting on Saturday, June 9, 2012 at Mills College for a lecture by Linnea Hoover, the Laboratory Supervisor at the Inorganic Chemistry Section. She will be speaking on developing water services and wastewater treatment in the east bay and formation of the EBMUD Laboratory. The lecture will take place in the Moor Natural Sciences Building at Mills College, Room 213 and will begin at 1 pm. The presentation is free, but if you would like to attend lunch with the speaker from 12-1 pm, the cost if $15. RSVP is requested to office@calacs.org.



Every week, Piper will highlight an event or an organization on or near campus that is of interest to the Berkeley Science Review audience.