Chemistry Seminar gives faculty and students the opportunity to learn from visiting lecturers, and from each other, through formal presentations. We bring in several visitors each semester, many of whom are distinguished researchers. Our own faculty and students also present their work, thus reinforcing the collegial and collaborative environment.
The Department of Chemistry & Biomolecular Science organizes graduate student presentations as a seminar course, CM900, which is offered during both fall and spring semesters. Chemistry graduate students are required to present a number of seminars, as a requirement for earning their degree.
All seminars are open to the public. Location: B.H. Snell Hall, Room B10L
Time: Fridays, 3:30-5:00 pm
Seminar Coordinator: Dr. Ryan Brown, firstname.lastname@example.org,(315) 268-2353