In this series, we introduce you to some scholars who are part of FOSSI's 2022 class. Check out their pictures and learn about where they’re from, what their goals and aspirations are, and hear about their hobbies and interests. Click here to learn about FOSSI's 2022 class.
FOSSI is a core initiative of AIChE's Doing a World of Good campaign and its All for Good: Engineering for Inclusion priority. FOSSI is supported by the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), The American Chemistry Council (ACC), Chemours, and HBCU Week Foundation.
This year we welcome 144 new FOSSI scholars. Meet some of them here to learn about their backgrounds and their plans for college and STEM careers.
Learn where these FOSSI scholars are headed to college, and hear about the plans they have for STEM careers.
Learn where these FOSSI scholars will use their college scholarships, and hear about the plans they have for STEM careers.
Meet these scholars who are pursuing STEM degrees at Alcorn State University, Delaware State University, Tennessee State University, and Xavier University of Louisiana.
Get to know more about what interests these FOSSI scholars are what their plans and STEM career goals are for the future.
Meet these FOSSI Scholars who are pursuing engineering careers at North Carolina A&T, Howard University, and Hampton University, and learn about their career goals.
Learn about these FOSSI scholars who have begun working on STEM degrees at Howard Univ., the Univ. of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, Florida A&M, and Alabama A&M.
Meet these FOSSI Scholars who are pursuing STEM degrees at Tuskegee University, North Carolina A&T State University, and Morehouse College.
Meet these FOSSI graduates and learn about their plans for STEM degrees at HBCUs, and the career plans beyond.
Meet these 2022 FOSSI Scholars who are attending North Carolina Central University, North Carolina A&T State University, and Tennessee State University.
Meet these FOSSI Scholars who are attending North Carolina A&T State University, Southern University and A&M College, Spelman College, and Texas Southern University.