Turkey Run Analytical Chemistry Conference 2022

Friday, September 30 – Saturday, October 1, 2022

What is the Turkey Run Analytical Chemistry Conference?

The Turkey Run Analytical Chemistry Conference is a student-organized meeting held at Turkey Run State Park in Marshall, Indiana.  Purdue University and Indiana University established the meeting in 1970.  The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign joined the conference in its early years, and University of Notre Dame officially joined in 2008.  The conference provides a unique setting in which the attendees from top analytical chemistry divisions in the country can interact in a relaxed environment while sharing knowledge and experiences on a more personal level that may be difficult to attain at larger conferences.  Attendees typically include mostly graduate students and some post-doctoral staff, professors, and undergraduate students.

Deadlines

Registration: Tuesday, September 6. Register using this link: https://nd.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_e8WNF23Kq3hyvzg

Abstract Submission Tuesday, August 30. Submit abstract using this link: https://nd.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6VRRJXgWLKFacIe

You should receive a confirmation email once the surveys have been completed. If you have questions or comments, email khayes5@nd.edu or hwhitehe@nd.edu. The registration fee is $50.00 for students and $100 for all others, which includes dinner on Friday night and breakfast Saturday morning. The registration fee can be paid by cash or check directly to your school’s conference representative, via mail, or upon arrival at the meeting. Checks should be made payable to University of Notre Dame.

Presentation Guidelines

Poster presentations: 48″ X 36.” Poster pins will be provided.

Oral presentations: Presentations should be 10 minutes in length. There will be a separate time for questions and discussions. Presentations should be in PowerPoint format with a 16:9 aspect ratio. Presenters should email their presentations to khayes5@nd.edu by 7am on October 1. We also recommend each presenter bring a flash drive with a backup copy of their presentation.

Accommodations

All conference attendees are responsible for making and paying for lodging reservations. Rooms are blocked off at the Turkey Run Inn and are available on a first come, first serve basis or you can reserve a campsite.

To reserve a room you can call call 877-563-4371 or reserve online at  www.indianainns.com and use the group code 0930AL.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Turkey Run State Park
8102 E. Park Road
Marshall, IN 47859
Reservations: 877-LODGES-1
Front Desk: 765-597-2211

Website: https://www.in.gov/dnr/state-parks/inns/turkey-run-inn-at-turkey-run-state-park/

Group Code: 0930AL

GATE ENTRANCE FEE:

All vehicles will be charged a fee to enter the park: $7 in-state and $9 out-of-state.

ALTERNATE ACCOMMODATIONS:

In the event that all rooms are filled at the Turkey Run Inn, there are several hotels in Rockville, IN (~15 min. drive from Turkey Run State Park)

Old Jail Inn
127 South Jefferson Street
Rockville, IN 47872
(217) 808-1309

Covered Bridge Motel
346 South US Hwy 41
Rockville, IN 47872
(765) 569-2833

Parke Bridge Motel
304 E Ohio Street
Rockville, IN 47872
(765) 569-3529

Motel Forrest Rockville
868 North Lincoln Road
Rockville, IN 47872
(765) 569-5250

School Representatives

University of Notre Dame

Kathleen Hayes (khayes5@nd.edu)
Heather Whitehead (hwhitehe@nd.edu)

Purdue University

Yunfei (Veronica) Feng (feng346@purdue.edu)
Steven Sharpe (sharpe22@purdue.edu)

University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign

Gayle Adkisson (adkssn@illinois.edu)

Indiana University

Quintin Brown (brownq@iu.edu)
Ethan Douglas Call (etcall@iu.edu)

The Ohio State University

Vicki Wysocki (wysocki.11@osu.edu)