ACS Celebrates the IUPAC Global Women's Breakfast
The IUPAC Global Women's Breakfast is an event that happens on a single day in February of each year in conjunction with the U.N. Day of Women and Girls in Science.
In celebration of 2024’s central theme “Catalyzing Diversity in Science”, you are invited to join the global chemistry community in:
- Building active networks of people of all genders
- Overcoming barriers to gender equality
- Promoting professional and inclusive practices
Global Women’s Breakfast events are being planned by:
- ACS California Section, San Francisco Bay Area, US
- ACS Colorado Section, US
- ACS Eastern New York Section and Union College, Schenectady, US
- ACS Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Student Chapter, Oyo, Nigeria
- ACS Nashville Section and Middle Tennessee State University Women in STEM Center, Murfreesboro, US
- ACS North Carolina Section, Research Triangle Park, US
- ACS Northeastern Section, Cambridge, Massachusetts, US
- ACS Queen’s University Student Chapter, Ontario, Canada
- ACS Universidad Costa Rica and Universidad Nacional Student Chapter, Heredia, Costa Rica
- ACS University of Duhok Student Chapter, Iraq
- Malaysian Institute of Chemistry, co-organized with ACS Malaysian Chapter
- others to come…
Learn more and register your event at Global Women's Breakfast - IUPAC. If you would like your event listed as part of the ACS celebration, include “ACS” in your event name.
Events of all sizes, scopes, and formats are welcome. Refer to the IUPAC Global Women’s Breakfast Organizer’s Guide for ideas and guidance.
Focusing on professional and inclusive practices?
Interested in advancing gender equity and sustainability?
Listen to the ACS Webinar Breaking Barriers: Women in Green and Sustainable Chemistry from February 8, 2023
Plan to join the U.S. National Committee for the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry and Beyond Benign from 12-1:30 pm ET on February 27 for Catalyzing the Green Chemistry Movement, hosted by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.