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African American Women Chemists: a lecture featuring guest speaker, Jeannette Brown, presented by the Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society

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 140 Fenway Boston MA 02115  See map

Join the Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (NESACS) as they welcome Jeannette Brown, author of the new book: African American Women Chemists, as the evening lecturer after the February Monthly Meeting. Many thanks to the NESACS Women Chemists Committee for inviting Ms. Brown to speak at this meeting and to Northeastern University for hosting it. 


Ms. Jeannette E. Brown is a former Faculty Associate in the department of Pre-College Programs at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. She previously held the position of Research Chemist and worked at Merck & Co. Inc for twenty-five years in that capacity. She started her industrial career at CIBA Pharmaceutical Co. as a junior chemist and worked there for eleven years. She has a research MS degree from the University of Minnesota and a BS degree in the Field of Chemistry from Hunter College. She was elected to the Hunter College Hall of Fame for her work as a mentor for young students . She is the 2004 Société de Chimie Industrielle (American Section) Fellow of the Chemical Heritage Foundation. She studied the History of African American women chemist and is currently lecturing and writing a book about her work. She recently received the Ullyott Fellowship from the Chemical Heritage Foundation to work on her book about African American Women Chemists. This fellowship was from May to July 2009. .She is a member of the first class of American Chemical Society Fellows 2009.

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