Chemical & Engineering News Articles
Women Now 17% of Chemistry Faculty (March 2010)
Societies Team Up to Boost Diversity (February 2010)
African Americans and Science (October 2009)
Diversity in Science (October 2008)
ACS Diversity Projects
In 2009, ACS partnered with Bayer to provide ACS member participation in the Bayer Facts of Science Education Survey. The survey was aimed at gathering participants’ experiences and opinions about women and underrepresented minorities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics or STEM education and careers.
- Press Release: U.S. Women and Minority Scientists and Engineers Say They Were Discouraged from Pursuing STEM Careers in New National Survey
- Executive Summary: Bayer Facts of Science Education XIV
Female and Minority Chemists and Chemical Engineers Speak about Diversity and Underrepresentation in STEM
- Sidebar: Face-Off - CEOs vs. Scientists on Diversity in STEM
- Sidebar: Down to a Science - New Bayer Survey Offers Recipe for Building a Diverse U.S. Innovation Generation
- Quote Sheet: Bayer Facts of Science Education XIV: Female and Minority Chemists and Chemical Engineers Speak about Diversity and Underrepresentation in STEM
Mini-Symposium on Women of Color in STEM: Perspectives on Experiences, Research, Evaluation, and Policy in Higher Education and Careers
ACS participated in the fall 2009 Mini-Symposium of Women of Color in STEM by sponsoring the symposium reception and the participation of eight delegates, including a symposium speaker. This event aimed to share experiential knowledge and/or current evidence-based findings about women of color in STEM with the Committee on Equal Opportunities in Science and Engineering and the general STEM community; and to provide comments and suggestions about how the recruitment, retention, and understanding about the experiences of women of color may be improved through research, practice, policy, and evaluation.
American Association for the Advancement of Science
AAAS is an international non-profit organization dedicated to advancing science around the world by serving as an educator, leader, spokesperson and professional association.
Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students
ABRCMS is the largest, professional conference for biomedical and behavior students, including mathematics, attracting approximately 2,800 individuals, including 1,500 undergraduate students, 300 graduate students and postdoctoral scientists and 1,000 faculty and administrators.
Association for Women in Science
The Association for Women in Science is dedicated to achieving equality and full participation for women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Committee on the Advancement of Women Chemists
COACh has developed a series of workshops on a number of topics in the area of professional development, leadership training, institutional transformation, effecting change and recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty of top scholars.
Committee on Women in Science, Engineering, and Medicine
CWSEM is a standing committee of the National Research Council. Its mandate is to coordinate, monitor, and advocate action to increase the participation of women in science, engineering, and medicine.
Hispanic, Engineering, Science, & Technology Week
HESTEC Week was organized by the University of Texas-Pan American in conjunction with the Office of Congressman RubÉn Hinojosa to address the critical shortage of scientists and engineers in the United States.
National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
NOBCChE is committed to the discovery, transmittal, and application of knowledge in the fields of science and engineering. The mission of NOBCChE, therefore, is to build an eminent community of scientists and engineers by increasing the number of minorities in these fields.
National Society of Black Engineers
NSBE's mission is to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.
Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science
SACNAS is a society of scientists dedicated to fostering the success of Hispanic/Chicano and Native American scientists—from college students to professionals—in attaining advanced degrees, careers, and positions of leadership.
Beyond Bias and Barriers: Fulfilling the Potential of Women in Academic Science and Engineering (National Academies Press, 2007)
Minorities in the Chemical Workforce: Diversity Models that Work - A Workshop Report to the Chemical Sciences Roundtable (National Academies Press, 2003)
Opportunities to Address Clinical Research Workforce Diversity Needs for 2010 (National Academies Press, 2007)
Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering (NSF, 2007)
Diversity in Science (Inside Higher Ed, 2009)
More Women in Science (Science, 2005)