Three African Americans Earn Ph.D.s in Chemistry in 2012

In 2010, the latest year for which complete data is available, only 54 African Americans earned a Ph.D. in chemistry. They made up 2.3 percent of all doctoral recipients in chemistry from U.S. universities that year. But this year, three African Americans earned Ph.D.s in chemistry at the University of Mississippi. The three African American who earned Ph.D.s in chemistry are Kari Copeland of Coldwater, Mississippi, Margo Montgomery of New Orleans, Louisiana, and Jeffrey Veals of Gloster, Mississippi. Click here for an article in JBHE.