The ACS Student Member Magazine
In this part of our series, The Graduate School Experience, grad students share how they have managed to survive and thrive in a challenging academic world.
The American Chemical Society has long had undergraduate student chapters, and several years ago it launched international student chapters. Now, the society is launching graduate student organizations.
Current chemistry grad students describe the academic, personal, and aspirational factors that drove their decisions.
There are unexpected realizations about grad school that no one can prepare you for. Grad student Brittany Trang shares hers.
How has grad school enrollment in changed in the past decade? And who is going to graduate school? Find out.
Alaa El Din Mahmoud began college in Egypt, and his academic journey has taken him to Greece, Germany, and beyond.
Start early and stay the course with these tips that will help you manage the application process.
Read about University of Washington grad student Isaiah Bolden's journey to a Ph.D. in the world of marine chemistry.
It's decision time, and visiting graduate schools is critical to picking a program that’s right for you. Find out why.
How to choose between a M.S./M.A., P.S.M., and Ph.D.
ACS Graduate & Postdoctoral Chemist Magazine
Featurs career advice, science news, fellowships, and helpful topics related to grad student and postdoc life.
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