Scholar Profile

Julaunica Tigner

Voted Most Likely To:
Most likely to creating a designer perfume and teaching

Tuskegee University, Class of 2008

Currently Working As:
SECME Training & Outreach Coordinator, Georgia Institute of Technology

What do you love about your job?
I love most about my career is teaching K-12 students about Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics.

What has been the most exciting part of your career so far?
One of the most exciting parts of my job is showing students how to compete in our SECME National Student Competition Finals in Mousetrap Car and VEX Robotics.

What would you tell yourself at age 18?
I would like to tell my 18-year-old self to enjoy life and every moment because you will never have that time in your life that way again!

How has ACS Scholars impacted your life and career?
ACS Scholars program gave me the opportunity to obtain two BS degrees in chemical engineering and chemistry. It gave me the opportunity to present my research at the ACS conference and meet other like minded people in the field of my research.