ABOUT CURIE CLUB
A century ago, Marie Curie became the first scientist ever to win 2 Nobel Prizes. Her spectacular scientific career was achieved despite the obligations of family, extreme prejudice against women, a relentless search for research funding, and the constant battle for recognition that was her due.
Curie Club was founded to help ensure that all scientists are given the opportunity to help shape the future. Curie Club hosts stimulating lectures, career development support, and lively debates to support and inspire the next generation of scientists.
Building an Inclusive Community
We support all scientists pursuing careers in science. We aim to help all scientists balance the competing challenges of family, the pursuit of scientific discovery, and the battle for research funding.
Visit the laboratory dedicated to Marie Curie and women scientists in the new Thatcher Biological and Biophysical Chemistry (TBBC) building. Curie Club members' names are displayed in the TBBC.
GIVE TO CURIE CLUB
Supporting Inclusion in Science
Funds can support the creation of the Curie U Chemistry Graduate Fellowships, the Curie Endowed Chair, or other programs that build and retain an inclusive community in our department. Curie Club will promote student success and support the quality, strength, and diversity of the scientific research and the outstanding U Chemistry's contribution to science.
JOIN THE CURIE CLUB
All interested parties are welcome to join the Curie Club, from high school to post-doc education levels. Please lend your passion, intellect, and caring to this cause. Your involvement and support will help to inspire the next generation of scientists whose work will shape our future.
Please fill out this form with your comments and suggestions for Curie Club events and topics.
2022-2023 Curie Club Committee Members
Jessica Swanson, Chair
Amir Hosseini, post doc rep
Anh Nguyen, grad student rep