ACS Women Chemists of Color Program: Networking Events

The American Chemical Society Women Chemists of Color program builds community, provides resources, and advocates for minority women chemists.

Upcoming Activities: Networking Events

Past Activities: Networking Events

Women Chemists of Color: Excelling in the Sciences
This event will feature a diverse panel of speakers and provide an informal networking and mentoring opportunity for women of color to discover what it takes to be effective in the scientific community.

Women Chemists of Color Networking Social
This event at the 244th ACS National Meeting provided an opportunity for informal networking and mentoring.

Women Chemists of Color Networking Social
This event at the 243rd ACS National Meeting provided an opportunity for informal networking and mentoring.

Women’s Networking Breakfast
ACS, The Dow Chemical Company, and The Lubrizol Corporation sponsored this event at the 2011 NOBCChE (National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers) National Conference to feature networking opportunities and to highlight the need to increase the impact of “Women of Color” on the scientific community.

Women Chemists of Color: Feedback and Networking Forum
ACS, with support from NSF*, sponsored this event at the 241st ACS National Meeting to provide an informal opportunity for attendees to network and provide their input to help shape future initiatives. If you would like to contribute your feedback, send your responses to the survey questions to wcc@acs.org.

Women Chemists of Color Luncheon
ACS, with support from NSF*, hosted this luncheon at the 66th Southwest/62nd Southeastern Regional Meeting of the ACS which featured a diverse panel of speakers to broaden awareness of challenges for women of color.

*This material is based upon work supported, in part, by the National Science Foundation under Grant #1027608. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.