Support the SCC Campaign Against Systemic Racism by Donating to the ACS Scholars Program
Under the ACS Scholars Program, African American, Hispanic/Latino and American Indian students enrolled in chemical science programs are eligible to compete to receive up to $5,000 per year in renewable college scholarships.
Of the more than 3,500 men and women who have participated since the program’s inception in 1994, many are now established in important roles in industry, academia, and government.
Former ACS Scholars, including Chyree Batton, a chemist at SC Johnson; Bart Bartlett, a chemistry professor at the University of Michigan; and Corina McClure, an analytical chemist at the Food & Drug Administration, were recently featured in Chemical & Engineering News.
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