Each course offered by the department provides an opportunity for a concentrated study of the various principles of contemporary chemical knowledge.
Related interdisciplinary programs include:
Comparison of the coordination chemistry of tripod ligands possessing three pyridine donors and three imidazole donors by Julie Vrana '10 and Kathleen McGuinn '10
Chemistry major Dr. J. Michael Bishop, Class of 1957, shared a Nobel Prize in 1989 for cancer research. In 2009, Bishop was invited to the White House when President Obama overturned funding restrictions for human stem cell research.