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Why do we need Chemistry Ambassadors?
Share the chemistry – imagine the reaction!
As chemists, we help solve some of the world’s biggest challenges and improve people’s lives through the transforming power of chemistry. But not everyone knows that. By becoming a Chemistry Ambassador, you can help educate people about the importance of chemists and chemistry, while taking part in community activities that are engaging and fulfilling for you on your own time schedule. Chemistry Ambassadors can help improve awareness and public appreciation for the central role of chemistry in our everyday lives.
There’s an activity for everyone. Talk to children about science, write an editorial about chemistry, organize a science café for your community, or simply share with friends and neighbors how your profession improves the world. Use the Chemistry Ambassador tools.
How can I become a Chemistry Ambassador?
You don’t have to register or sign up, but we’d appreciate it if you did. Why? This website will be constantly evolving with new tools, new ideas, and stories about your success. If you like what you see, we’ll send you periodic alerts when new information is available. There’s no commitment and no deadlines. Subscribe or unsubscribe at any time, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
More Information on Chemistry Ambassadors
- Reports and Articles about Communicating Science
Review research that illustrates the need for scientists to engage the public, and articles that call for better science communicators.
- Chemistry Ambassadors in the News
See news about the Chemistry Ambassadors program in C&EN,
The Chronicle of Higher Education and other sources.
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Professor Andrew D. Jorgensen of the University of Toledo describes
why he is a Chemistry Ambassador.