Corrie Kuniyoshi

Corrie Kuniyoshi
ACS Representative (IGEN) Professional Employment WG
American Chemical Society

Dr. Corrie Kuniyoshi is Manager of the ACS Student Experiences Office which oversees the Project SEED and ACS Scholars Programs. She is a leader in the creation of strategies and tools for training and professional development. Dr. Kuniyoshi is the lead PI on the NSF-funded project “Impact Indicators and Instrument for Individual Development Plans (IDPs)”. She led efforts to develop ChemIDP.org, a nationally recognized career planning tool, and was developer and executive editor of GPChemist.acs.org, a magazine focused on career and professional development for graduate students with over 21,000 subscribers. Dr. Kuniyoshi is a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach and ACS representative on the IGEN Professional Employment Working group. She is committed to providing STEM students with equitable access to holistic career and professional identity development and mentorship. Dr. Kuniyoshi received her PhD in physical organic chemistry from UCLA.

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The ACS is one of five scientific societies that have founded IGEN to increase the participation of underrepresented minorities in graduate studies in the chemical science and chemical engineering.