Patricia Silveyr, Sara Mason, and Allison Aldridge reflect on lessons learned and their paths to success during difficult times. Discover how these successful women in the chemical enterprise overcame challenges, what constituted professional success for them, and the source of their resilience.
What can chemical science practitioners do to assist their colleagues displaced by war, political unrest, or other major events? Join a diverse panel of domestic and international scientists that will outline the issues facing displaced scholars and offer examples of creative activities to help colleagues in need.
Join accomplished and diverse panelists like the Associate Provost and Dean of the Graduate School at Michigan Technological University Pushpa Murthy and ACS Board of Directors Kathleen Schulz and Dorothy Phillips for a discussion on how to recognizing career hurdles and how to advocate for yourself.
Join our diverse panel of presenters who will discuss proven methods and personal experiences to advance professionally like obtaining a desired job, successfully negotiating increases in pay and benefits, effective networking, advocating for yourself, saying “no”, being strong voice within their organization.
Join high school STEM educators from the Arlington Public School System in Virginia as they share their insight on cultivating an inclusive STEM classroom as well as examine the challenges that are obstacles to achieving this goal.
Desiree Coleman, a diversity and inclusion leader at a Fortune 50 company, shares how to become an active contributor in advancing equity in your organizations, university classrooms, places of worship, workplace, community circles, and family.
Join our panel of experts during this free interactive broadcast co-produced by the ACS Younger Chemists Committee for an honest conversation on the mental health struggles that often come as a package deal with graduate school.