At the Gustaf H. Carlson School of Chemistry, faculty, grad students and undergraduates investigate together the properties of materials ranging from molecular structures and nanoparticles to DNA and high performance carbon fiber composites. The department offers a major, minor and elective courses for undergraduates, an accelerated B.A./M.S. for qualified Clark undergraduates, and a Ph.D. program.
Featured Upcoming Events
Spring/Summer Semester 2016
Sherman Fairchild Summer Research Workshop Series
An eight week series supporting an interdisciplinary summer science program.
The workshop series is open to all students, faculty and staff.
Wednesday June 15th
Welcome and Introductions
One Slide Elevator Pitch: Faculty Presentations (Part 1)
• John Magee, Math and Computer Science
• Charles Agosta, Physics
• Justin Thackeray, Biology
Wednesday June 22nd
One Slide Elevator Pitch: Faculty Presentations (Part 2)
• Sharon Huo, Chemistry
• Denis Larochelle, Biology
• Donald Spratt, Chemistry
• Jacqueline Dresch, Math and Computer Science
• Néva Meyer, Biology
An elevator pitch is a short summary introducing yourself or ideas to someone quickly. Preparing what to say for a chance encounter helps make a good impression if the opportunity arises. In this session, a one-slide visual aid showing faculty research interests will be the basis for short presentations by each of the faculty mentors.