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The Department of Chemistry offers undergraduate major and minor programs in chemistry along with graduate training (M.S. and Ph.D.) in a modern facility with state-of-the-art instrumentation. The undergraduate course of study for chemistry, certified by the American Chemical Society, prepares students for careers as chemists in pharmaceutical, chemical, and consumer products industries, and for advanced training in top-ranked Ph.D. programs. Additionally, many chemistry graduates continue their education in medical, dental, or pharmacy schools.

 

Learn from our students and faculty about the benefits of our extraordinary graduate program.

 

At the graduate level, the faculty mentor students in both part-time and full-time programs. Graduates find positions in academic or industrial settings, often spending their careers in cutting-edge scientific research.

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Department News

Mikhail Solovyev Wins a DOE Science Graduate Student Research Award

Ph.D. student Mikhail Solovyev, a senior member of the Lockard group, won a Department of Energy award to support his electrocatalysis studies at the Argonne National Lab.

Department News

Demyan Prokopchuk Joins the Department of Chemistry in January 2019

His research interest involve inorganic and organometallic chemistry, focusing on catalysis and renewable energy using abundant transition metals.

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Newark, NJ 07102
United States

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Faculty

Richard Mendelsohn

Richard Mendelsohn

Professor Emeritus

Xinbo Lau

Xinbo Lau

Lecturer Assistant Professor

Roger Lalancette

Roger Lalancette

Professor

Stacey Brenner-Moyer

Stacey Brenner-Moyer

Associate Professor, Graduate Program Coordinator