WCSWCC

Empowering women throughout
the chemical enterprise

The Women Chemists Committee of the American Chemical Society was established in 1927 as the Women’s Service Committee to encourage women chemists to take an active interest in Society activities. The Committee shall serve as a forum for women in chemistry and related professions; develop recommendations regarding issues of interest to women chemists; provide a means of increasing and improving participation of women in the chemical sciences and the Society; promote the recognition of women chemists; and inform the Council and other appropriate Society bodies of the Committee’s activities.

Amy M. Balija
Chair, ACS Women Chemists Committee

Mission

Engagement, advancement, and advocacy for women

vision

Equal representation and influence in the chemistry enterprise

Goals

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Articles Highlighting Issues for Women in STEM

WCSWCC
Survival Analysis of Faculty Retention in Science and Engineering by Gender
ACSWCC
Survival Factor​
WCSWCC
Development of the Distance From Privilege Measures: A Tool for Understanding the Persistence of Talented Women in STEM
WCSWCC
Higher Pay Not Luring Women to Tech Jobs

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