REGIONAL SECTIONS

Northeast Section

 

The Northeast Section of the ASGS covers New York, (parts of) New Jersey, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Vermont (see map).

 

The Northeast Section is one of eleven sections of the American Scientific Glassblowers Society (ASGS). For more information on activities and local membership, contact one of the officers below. For national membership, please see the information on the ASGS Membership webpage.

 

 

Section Officers

 
  Director Patrick DeFlorio (978) 369-7545  
  Alternate Director Sally Prasch (413)250-3405  
  Chair Daryl Smith (203) 432-3919  
  Secretary Mike Souza (609) 258-3915  
  Treasurer Wayne Martin (603) 598-8195  
 

 

Upcoming Events

 
Northeast Section Meeting
 
Yale University, New Haven, CT

Saturday May 1, 2010

 

The Northeast Section of the American Scientific Glassblowing Society invites you to our spring meeting at Yale University.
 
Yale is one of the world’s great universities. Its 11,000 students come from all fifty American states and from 108 countries. The 3,200-member faculty is a richly diverse group of men and women who are leaders in their respective fields. The central campus now covers 310 acres stretching from the School of Nursing in downtown New Haven to tree-shaded residential neighborhoods around the Divinity School. Yale’s 260 buildings include contributions from distinguished architects of every period in its history. Styles range from New England Colonial to High Victorian Gothic, from Moorish Revival to contemporary. Yale’s buildings, towers, lawns, courtyards, walkways, gates, and arches comprise what one architecture critic has called “the most beautiful urban campus in America.” Yale's West campus, located 7 miles west of downtown New Haven on 136 acres, was acquired in 2007 and includes 1.6 million square feet of research, office, and warehouse space that provides opportunities to enhance the University’s medical and scientific research and other academic programs. The University also maintains over 600 acres (243 hectares) of athletic fields and natural preserves just a short bus ride from the center of town.
 
 

Schedule of Events

 
9:00 am Registration – Refreshments
10:00 am "Making and Measuring Oxygen Gas" James Blakemore, Yale University “Using Mercury Manometers to Transfer Gases” Prof. Nilay Hazari, Yale University
11:00 am

Campus tour

1:00 pm Lunch/business meeting
2:00 pm Demonstrations in Glass Shop
4:00 pm Conclusion
 
Meeting registration cost is $10 per person. Please RSVP by April 23rd.
 
I would like to thank the generosity of our sponsors; Ace Glass, Wale Apparatus, ChemGlass and North Jersey Diamond Wheel.
 
To sponsor and exhibit at this meeting and to RSVP contact:
Daryl C. Smith
Yale University, Chemistry
225 Prospect Street 
New Haven, CT
06520-8107
E;mail: daryl.smith@yale.edu
Phone: (203) 432-3919
Fax: (203) 432-6144
 

Directions

 
Detailed campus and parking directions will be forthcoming.
 
Driving directions available at: www.mapquest.com
 
Hotel and travel accommodations at: www.travelocity.com
 

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