Harlem Children Society is dedicated to promoting and evolving an innovative, extremely high-end, one-on-one, hands-on scientific research programs in bio/medicine, engineering, technology & allied fields.This highly sought-after program pairs
leading scientists, engineers and doctors in reputed institutions and universities with children and youth from families living in under-resourced and under-served communities.
Meet Paolo Lizano, HCS Class of 2001
It was during high school that I was first introduced to the career within science, which I was determined to pursue. As a rising junior, my participation in the Harlem Children Society research program, gave me the opportunity to gain a hands-on laboratory experience. I worked with Dr.Bhattacharya....................This experience helped me determine where my future goals were headed after graduating from college.
The New York Academy of Sciences awards the Archie Lacey Award given each February (Black History Month) to an educator who has made strides in advancing minority student participation in the sciences was presented to Dr. Sat Bhattacharya.