Diverse partnerships are integral to the development and execution of our work to bring green chemistry educational resources to educators, industry and society at large. Individual, foundation, and corporate funders are critical partners in our ongoing goal to apply our expertise, build our capacity to serve and expand our social impact.
Beyond Benign is proud to announce an expanded partnership with long-term supporter, MilliporeSigma, the U.S. and Canada Life Science business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany. Together, Beyond Benign and MilliporeSigma have a goal to grow the GCTLC and GCC programs to reach 175 institutions and 4,000 faculty members worldwide to provide green chemistry skills and knowledge to one million students a year annually.
Beyond Benign x YOU
Join us! This partnership will provide additional opportunities for you to bring green chemistry into your teaching practice with support from the growing Green Chemistry community. Funding from MilliporeSigma will:
- Provide Green Chemistry Education Challenge Awards for Higher Ed faculty and staff
- Launch the Green Chemistry Teaching & Learning Community (GCTLC) for K-20 educators, students and industry.
- Expand Green Chemistry Commitment program’s presence worldwide
- Design and disseminate green chemistry resources
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how to partner with us
- Become a Corporate Sponsor and equip and empower the global green chemistry education community
- Showcase your commitment to sustainability as a Founding Sponsor of the Green Chemistry Teaching & Learning Community (GCTLC) online platform
- Partner with Beyond Benign to customize a project that empowers educators to integrate green chemistry into classrooms and labs
- Share information on the green chemistry and Beyond Benign’s Green Chemistry Commitment to universities in your community to bring green chemistry and toxicology training to their programs
- Share our open-access curriculum with educators