Don’t let your students miss out on this fantastic program aimed at increasing the number of graduate students from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups in the chemical sciences.  In collaboration with the Genentech Foundation, the ACS Bridge Project  is offering a FREE program for undergraduate students that we urge you to share:  ACS Career Kick-Starter Workshop ACS Bridge Graduate School Readiness and Professional Development BootcampAtlanta, GA | January 20-22, 2023 A workshop for undergraduate students from underrepresented groups seeking to pursue graduate studies in the chemical sciences Application Deadline: October 14 at 12:00 a.m. ETLEARN MORE Have questions about this program? Contact us today! The ACS Bridge Project is generously supported by the US National Science Foundation through grant NSF-1834545 and by the Genentech Foundation. TwitterFacebookLinkedIn ACS Logo 
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Calling all graduating students: Donate your gown in the days following Commencement. You have the chance to help a future student who may be unable to afford the Commencement regalia while keeping your cap and cords as mementos. Gowns can be donated at the Valley Library just inside the main entrance (from Saturday, June 11 through Tuesday, June 14) or year-round at the MU info desk. For more information, please visit http://tiny.cc/gradsgive or email andrea.norris@oregonstate.edu. Grads Give Back is sponsored by Campus Recycling, ASOSU, Memorial Union, Valley Library and the Sustainability Office.