Chemistry Centenary Appeal

The School of Chemistry at the University of Leicester welcomed its first students in 1925. With the centenary of this momentous event approaching, we areTwo female Chemistry students at work in a lab launching an appeal to support our chemistry students as they transition to become innovative professional scientists.

Helping us continue our mission

The School of Chemistry has a proven track record of research excellence; never standing still, pursuing the unknown and confronting the impossible. Across the wider University, we have always been committed to widening participation and offering the best opportunities for students from all walks of life to join our ambitious community. Your support will help us to continue this mission into our second century.

Chemistry is all about positive change, and we’d love you to help us to deliver a programme of valuable opportunities for our talented rising stars.

About the Chemistry Centenary Appeal

By supporting our Chemistry Centenary Appeal, you have the opportunity to deliver real, sustainable change to the lives of students in the School of Chemistry.

Your generosity could contribute to research prizes for outstanding performance, fund grants to help drive forward collaborations and innovation, or create travel bursaries to support student attendance at major conferences.

You have the opportunity to assist in the establishment of the Triennial Chemistry Centenary Lectureship and Postgraduate Conference, support a doctoral student with a training grant and research stipend, or enable the Student Chemical Society to bring in renowned speakers to inspire the student community.

You can also support students who are currently struggling to make ends meet, as well as provide life-changing scholarships for students with exceptional potential to entice future rising stars to the School of Chemistry.

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