We’re honored to have our hard work recognized out in the world, where its impact is most felt.
DuPont has been recognized for our scientific achievements, innovative products, diverse and inclusive workplace culture, and approach to sustainability. These awards reflect the things our people do to make a difference on the job, in their communities, and around the world.
Equality marches toward being standard practice, with Bloomberg’s 2019 Gender-Equality Index doubling in size this year. The index recognized 230 companies committed to advancing women in the workplace. We’re proud to have earned our place once again.
Science & Innovation
A fascination with science and technology is a thread that runs through everything we do at DuPont. It’s what propels us towards every new breakthrough and keeps us coming back. So when we’re recognized for what we’ve done, it’s an honor.
Our seventh straight year earning this award, which celebrates organizations who develop patented inventions with strong commercialization potential.
ContiTech, an automotive industry partner, recognized DuPont for superior product quality, commitment to technical and commercial excellence, and customer collaboration.
DuPont won two 2018 R&D 100 Awards, for innovative automotive applications that address global needs for more efficient, lightweight, and electrical vehicles.
Peter Trefonas, corporate fellow in Electronics & Imaging, was inducted into the National Academy of Engineering for his significant inventions in microelectronics.
ConvEx℠ HF Alkylation Conversion Technology took top honors at the annual celebration of innovations and innovators.
DuPont Nutrition & Health was recognized for opening a new frontier in infant and toddler formula nutrition, with CARE4U™ Human Milk Oligosaccharide 2’-FL.
Corian® Design materials for builders were recognized for high product standards, sustainability practices, and manufacturing processes.
For the second time, Sergio Nanita, principal investigator for DuPont Industrial Biosciences, was honored for his innovative improvements to quantitative mass spectrometry.
Diversity & Workplace
Our core value, Respect for People, makes us strive to create a vibrant and inclusive work environment that values and develops every person at DuPont. We’re especially proud to be recognized for these successes.
2019 marks DuPont’s 11th consecutive year on the list, and 15th overall. And, this year we also were inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Human Rights Campaign Foundation, Best Place to Work, 2019
Amid concerns for the LGBTQ+ community, DuPont joined 55 other U.S. companies in advocating for equality and legal protections, organized by the Human Rights Campaign.
The Index has recognized us as a workplace where people are free to be themselves, by exemplifying how to help recruit, train, and retain a diverse workforce.
DuPont and other Catalyst Champion organizations have been recognized for outperforming peers in all areas of women’s representation.
Our fifth year in a row to be recognized by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council for policies and practices that promote equality for women.
For the fifth straight year, DuPont was recognized as a leader in recruitment, talent development, senior leadership commitment, and supplier diversity.
Sustainability & Citizenship
We see sustainability as an ongoing commitment, not simply a goal to be reached. So we’re continuously working to reduce our global footprint while creating innovative solutions to support the communities we operate in around the world.
Forbes, America’s Most JUST Companies, 2018
The only Top 100 company in the Chemicals Industry recognized for outperforming our peers on issues like fair pay and good benefits, customer treatment and privacy, and environmental impact.
Just in time for International Women’s Day, DuPont Latin America President Claudia Jañez Sanchez was named one of the 100 Most Powerful Women in Mexico by Mexican business magazine, Expansion. Aware of the many challenges for women in today’s business environment, Sanchez encourages, supports and advocates for the women around her, every day.
The Chemical Marketing and Economics group of the American Chemical Society’s New York Section honored Ed Breen for his transformational leadership merging Dow and DuPont, and his encouragement of STEM education.