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Sam awardCongratulations
Chemistry student Samantha Boone was awarded honorable mention for poster presentation in the biochemistry section at the 46th Southeast Undergraduate Research Conference at the University of Tennessee Knoxville in Jan 30-31, 2014.




SERMACSChemistry Students Present Research at SERMACS 2013 in Atlanta - This November, a group of about twelve students and two faculty members attended the Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society (SERMACS) in Atlanta, GA.  The theme of the event was Building Chemical Bonds and highlighted recent advances in nanotechnology, nucleic acid chemistry, organic synthesis and much more.  Dr. Stephanie Myers presented a talk on the Forensic Science track at GRU.  (Read More)

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The Department of Chemistry and Physics offers undergraduate degree programs in the area of chemistry, physics, biochemistry, and cooperative degree programs leading to teacher certification. Programs of study include preparation for chemistry and physics graduate school and preparation for continued education in engineering, medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, health physics, and physician’s assistant. Courses are offered in chemistry, physics, astronomy, geology, integrated science, and pre-engineering.

In addition to traditional coursework, a growing number of students also participate in chemistry or physics related research under the advisement of a faculty mentor, and many of them have gone on to present their research at regional or national meetings and to publish their results in scientific journals.

We are excited about the recent growth of our department and the increased number of opportunities this affords our students. We invite you to explore our website to learn more.



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