Now, more than ever, careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) are helping solve the world’s challenges. At the American Chemical Society, we recognize and value the countless individuals who have devoted their life’s work to use the transforming power of chemistry to improve all people’s lives. But how did these chemists get their start? And what does their daily work look like?
Join us on International Women’s Day – March 8, 2021 from 1–2 pm ETfor an hour-long panel discussion with four dynamic chemists presenting their stories – past, present, and future.
With a special focus on students in U.S. grades 4–8 (ages 10–14), we’ll explore what sparked these scientists' interest in chemistry, their education and career journeys, and the work they do today.
This is a great event to enjoy as a class or encourage students to watch individually.
All students, especially those ages 10–14, their teachers, and their families, are invited to have discussions with distinguished chemists.
Register to ask questions of our panelists before the event.
Bookmark and return to this page to stream the event on March 8.