The following multi-donor endowed and expendable funds are in need of further support.
Matching opportunities are in place for:
Buchwald-Haber Family Fund
Richard R. Schrock Fellowship Fund
Chemical Bonding Fellows (CBFs) will spend 9 weeks in Chemistry over the summer, carrying out collaborative research. All expenses will be covered including participation in the MIT’s Summer Research Program (MSRP)’s educational and social activities. No proceeds from funding sought will be used to support MIT Chemistry faculty or MIT Chemistry students.
The CGSC fosters community through departmental social events, forums, and intramural sports teams, an annual career panel series, where alumni share insights on careers in industry, consulting, law, science policy, academia and others. CGSC advocates on behalf of graduate students in regular meetings with the Department Head, faculty, Chemistry Department administration and institute representatives.
The student-run Chemistry Alliance for Diversity and Inclusion (CADI) supports the success of underrepresented minority (URM) chemists at MIT. The group’s goal is to ensure a safe, inclusive, and supportive environment that encourages the success of the URM community.
“The department is charged with the important task of educating some of the best minds in the world who have the potential to impact our future profoundly. To remain competitive, we need to be in a position to offer a greater level of fellowship support.”
Timothy F. Jamison
Robert R. Taylor Professor of Chemistry and Department Head
“MIT and the Chemistry Department have been instrumental in my success,” says Steve. “The key has been the exceptional quality of the graduate students. Susan and I feel that this fund can symbolize our gratitude for their outstanding effort.” Read more about Steve & Susan.