All chemistry and biochemistry majors, B.S. majors in particular, should consider electing CHEM 2904 Research: Lower Division, CHEM 4904 Research: Upper Division, or CHEM 4905 Internship at least once during their academic careers. Research provides a different kind of experience than traditional laboratory courses. Participants must do sufficient planning to carry out experiments. Regular communication with your research supervisor is a necessary component of the research experience.
Accomplished students will be invited to present posters and research talks at American Chemical Society or other regional or local meetings. Students may also be recommended as participants in sponsored summer programs at other universities.
For more information on faculty members' areas of research, visit the Faculty & Staff tab and click on the Research Faculty links.
- Wendy Haggren - Biochemistry
- Andrew Kloko - Biochemistry
- James Kovacs - Biochemistry
- Janel Owens - Analytical Chemistry
- Ron Ruminski - Inorganic Chemistry
- Al Schoffstall - Organic Chemistry
- Kevin Tvrdy - Physical Chemistry
- David Weiss - Bioanalytical Chemistry