Celebrating African American Chemists

Black History Month Axial

Black History Month is an opportunity to celebrate Black chemists and chemical engineers’ past achievements. It’s also a time to talk about pioneering Black chemists doing exciting work in the chemical sciences today.In honor of Black History Month, here are a variety of resources from the American Chemical Society for learning about the work of…

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The Stories We Tell As Women In Chemistry

Dr. Fanny Frausto

February 12, 2022 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm PST Register HERE. Dr. Fanny Frausto is currently a Senior Scientist in Product Development at the Clorox Company. There she works as a Product Developer and formulates cleaning products to meet the future needs of professional and healthcare spaces. She is the WCC Co-Chair for the…

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Women In Energy Leadership Panel – September 24, 2021, 4-5 PM (PT)

Angela Wilson - Marinda Li Wu

Register HERE for this event! Download the flier HERE. Join us for the Energy and Fuels Division (ENFL) first virtual panel discussion as women leaders share their career paths and the sustainable development of energy and fuels. Opening remarks by American Chemical Society (ACS) President-Elect, Dr. Angela K. Wilson, on the Keys to Success for…

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Learn the Differences Between Industry and Academia on September 2!

ACS Virtual Office Hours Speaker Lori Spangler

Do you have questions about the pros, cons, and differences between working in the Industry and Academia chemistry fields? Join the American Chemical Society Thursday, September 2 at 9am PT for our special monthly themed Virtual Office Hours! This FREE virtual guidance session “Industry vs. Academia” will feature a presentation led by ACS Certified Career…

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