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Minority Affairs Groupsite

A Groupsite for North Jersey American Chemical Society Minority Affairs Group has been set up, powered by CollectiveX and combining the best features of forums, calendars, email lists, and social networks. This site is a meeting place that provides members of North Jersey American Chemical Society Minority Affairs Group with a shared calendar, discussion forums, photo gallery, files and member profiles.

What can the Minority Affairs group do?

  • Promote the recognition of the professional accomplishments of minorities
  • Attract minority students to the profession
  • Identifies minority-friendly educational institutions and businesses
  • Works for the increased participation of minority chemical professionals in the Society at all levels
  • Provides mentoring to minority students
  • Network among ourselves.

Board Members

Tomeka Thompson

Tomeka Thompson


Jeannette Brown

Jeannette Brown


Meeting Archives

  • Feb 5, 2012 - Book Signing For Jeannette Brown’s African American Women Chemists

    Jeannette Brown has finally published her first book, African American Women Chemists. It is published by Oxford University Press and is available at most book stores now, either on the shelf or by special order. It can be ordered on Amazon.com as well. It is available in print form or kindle or noo...
  • May 1, 2008 - Chemist Becomes Historian

    Jeannette Brown, a retired organic medicinal chemist, was one of the many authors of the short biographies that have been selected for publication in the new series of books African American National Biography, recently published by Oxford University Press. African American National Biography is ...
  • Jan 9, 2008 - Freddie and Ada Brown Encouragement Award for Future Careers in Chemistry

      Freddie & Ada Brown Award The North Jersey Section of the ACS has recently established a new award in the name of Freddie and Ada Brown, parents of NJ-ACS chemist Jeannette Brown. This Award recognizes and encourages high achieving middle-school and high-school students, of African Ameri...
  • Jan 9, 2007 - “Forgotten Genius” – PBS NOVA special on Percy Julian

    Percy besttramadolonlinestore.com Julian was a pioneering chemist and a member of the National Academy of Science -- the first African American chemist to receive that honor. NOVA produced a documentary on his life and work, which was aired on PBS and is available on DVD. View the following links fo...
  • Mar 1, 2004 - Harvard’s Free Tuition Announcement

    Harvard is offering free tuition for students that have a family income below $40,000. If you are a member of Blacks In Government, a mentor of young adults or have children, nieces, nephews or know anyone who qualify for Harvard's minimum entry level requirements please give them this information. ...


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Freddie & Ada Brown Encouragement Award for Future Careers in Chemistry

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