Video Feature: The Many Paths to Princeton Chemistry
By C. Todd Reichart
Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020
Where do chemists come from? It turns out that they come from across the world and the United States, from immigrant and long-time American families, from first generation college graduates and the children of medical doctors, from small all-girls schools and huge high schools, all to train and begin their research career at Princeton University's Department of Chemistry.
In this four minute video, "The Many Paths to Princeton Chemistry," thirteen current graduate students and one who earned his Ph.D. while the video was being produced share their personal paths to graduate study in chemistry. The young scientists also share their impressions of Princeton, who they are, and what they are becoming.