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Preparing Chemists and Chemical Engin...

Preparing Chemists and Chemical Engineers for a Globally Oriented Workforce

Agenda | Workshop Report | Speaker Biographies Globalization the flow of people, goods, services, capital, and technology across international borders is significantly impacting the chemistry and chemical engineering professions. Chemical companies are seeking new ideas, a trained workforce, and new market opportunities regardless of geographic location. During an October 2003 workshop, leaders in chemistry and […]

Minorities in the Chemical Workforce:...

Minorities in the Chemical Workforce: Diversity Models that Work

Agenda | Workshop Report | Speaker Biographies The topic of “Minorities in the Chemical Workforce: Diversity Models that Work” was selected by the CSR in response to concerns in the chemical sciences community about diversity in chemistry and chemical engineering. There is general recognition that future success of the chemical enterprise will require the full […]

Women in the Chemical Workforce

Women in the Chemical Workforce

Agenda | Workshop Report | Speaker Biographies Women in the chemical workforce was identified as a workshop topic by the CSR in response to broad concerns in the chemical sciences community about underutilization of women in chemistry and chemical engineering. To provide a forum for exploring these concerns, a workshop was planned for May 2000. […]

Research Teams and Partnerships: Tren...

Research Teams and Partnerships: Trends in the Chemical Sciences

Agenda | Workshop Report | Speaker Biographies At its December 1997 and May 1998 meetings, the CSR identified the topic of research teams and partnerships as an area of broad interest in the chemical sciences community. To provide a forum for exploring this topic, an organizing committee was formed, and a workshop was planned for […]

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