Little is known about the actual experiences African American Ph.D. chemists. This national study seeks to change this by exploring the group's historical presence in the chemistry community, their family backgrounds, educational experiences, career patterns and work experiences, professional activities, and attitudes towards race and science. The book provides significant insight into the factors that affect the careers of these scientists and, importantly, gives voice to the many men and women who overcame discrimination, prejudice, and racism to build successful scientific careers.
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Subtítulo: VOICES OF AFRICAN AMERICAN PHD CHEMISTS