ChemIDP Undergrad – Virtual Event
Tuesday, November 17, 2020
ACS on Campus is the American Chemical Society’s premier outreach program, bringing professional development programming to students and early career researchers around the world. Join us on November 17th for a special virtual event in collaboration with the ACS ChemIDP team. This interactive workshop will teach you to effectively plan your career and how ACS’ online ChemIDP tool can support you setting and reaching your career goals.
All attendees will receive a participation certificate and access to download valuable resources after the event.
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Marketing Program Manager, Global Events
Gilmar Rosas is a Marketing Program Manager with the Global Events team at the American Chemical Society (ACS). He manages marketing and program development for the ACS on Campus program and identifies creative ways to engage with students. In this role, he develops outreach efforts designed to connect students with ACS on Campus and develop helpful and engaging programming. Gilmar joined ACS in 2018 with a background in digital marketing and program management. Gilmar holds a BA in Sociology from American University.
Joerg Schlatterer, Ph.D.
Assistant Director, Education, Student and Postdoctoral Development
Joerg Schlatterer, Ph.D., is the Assistant Director for Student and Postdoctoral Development, in the ACS Education Division. Prior to joining ACS, he served as a program director in the NSF Division of Graduate Education in Arlington, VA. Dr. Schlatterer received his Ph.D. from the University of Heidelberg. He loves dancing Argentine Tango, playing music, and taking long walks with his wife, Sarah.
Corrie Kuniyoshi, Ph.D.
Senior Program Manager, ACS Student & Postdoctoral Scholars Office
Dr. Corrie Kuniyoshi is a Senior Program Manager and career strategists at the American Chemical Society. She received her Ph.D. in Physical-Organic Chemistry from the University of California, Los Angeles. Dr. Kuniyoshi has almost 15 years of experience developing career and professional programming for graduate students and postdocs in STEMM fields, including creating and acting as the chief editor for the ACS Graduate & Postdoctoral Chemist magazine and co-leading the development of the ACS Individual Development Plan (ChemIDP.org) launched in 2015. Dr. Kuniyoshi is a Gallup Certified Strength Finder Coach and a MBTI certified practitioner. She is the PI for the NSF Grant Impact Indicators and Instruments for Individual Development Plans grant which studies the efficacy of IDP and IDP processes across different institutional uses.