DCAT Announces 2023 Scholarship Golf Outing to Support STEM
This year’s tournament contributes to Science & Scholarship initiatives.
Robbinsville, New Jersey — May 9, 2023 — The Drug, Chemical & Associated Technologies Association (DCAT) announces its Scholarship Golf Outing at the award-winning TPC Jasna Polana, located in Princeton, New Jersey, on Monday, June 26, 2023. This much-anticipated annual event brings customers, suppliers, and colleagues together for a day of networking in support of DCAT’s Science & Scholarship initiatives.
The event enables DCAT to make contributions to the future of science and the Committee’s involvement as a Special Awards Organization for the Society for Science Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF). The ISEF is the world’s largest international pre-university science competition.
“On behalf of the Science & Scholarship Committee, we are thrilled to once again participate as a Special Awards Organization at Regeneron ISEF. DCAT’s participation allows the organization to invest in the Bio/Pharmaceutical industry’s future by supporting young scholars,” said Jason Bertola, Executive Director, Commercial Development, Small Molecules, Lonza and Chair of DCAT’s Science & Scholarship Committee. “The Committee is proud to help support the needs of today’s students and educators through the annual Scholarship Golf Outing.”
The ISEF competition will be held May 13-19, 2023, in Dallas, Texas. DCAT will award $25,000 in scholarships to young scientists who participate in the event. Winners will be announced post-competition. Learn more about DCAT’s Science & Scholarship Committee initiatives here.
More information about the DCAT Scholarship Golf Outing, including how to participate as a sponsor or player, can be found here.
About the DCAT Science & Scholarship Committee
DCAT’s Science & Scholarship Committee is responsible for identifying the needs of today’s students and educators and provides them with assistance through a variety of projects, grants, and member–supported initiatives.
The Drug, Chemical & Associated Technologies Association (DCAT) is a not-for-profit, business development association for the global Bio/Pharmaceutical manufacturing value chain. Their purpose is to provide a wide range of learning experiences and industry activities that enhance knowledge and create opportunities for members to expand their network of customers and suppliers. DCAT’s worldwide membership encompasses 550 companies in 40 countries, over six continents. The DCAT organization is headquartered in Robbinsville, New Jersey, USA.
Margaret M. Timony
DCAT Executive Director