A Vision for the Future

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Currently, women make up less than 20% of STEM leadership positions while Blacks and Hispanics make up less than 10% of the STEM workforce. The Chancellor’s Science Scholars program is looking to change that by targeting students of all backgrounds who plan to pursue doctoral STEM studies.

“I’m excited about the future because our students are getting out there and making their way through their grad programs,” said Thomas Freeman, director of the Chancellor’s Science Scholars and an associate professor of chemistry. “I’m excited to see what they’re going to do as professionals.”

Read more from Freeman in this Q&A…

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