Chemistry Department News Feed

  • Chemistry Class Unofficial Wait List

     

    Please fill out this form if a course in which you wish to enroll is already full.  

  • The Opportunity Blog

     

      The Opportunity Blog at the PLU Chemistry Department Website

    Announcements about internships, fellowships, summer undergraduate research programs, study away programs, employment, and other opportunities are posted in the Opportunity Blog at the PLU Chemistry Department Website.  We hope you'll check the blog frequently for updates and also send us information about similar opportunities that you may know about!  You can email them to chair@chem.plu.edu.

  • Mole Day Eve 2014

    The PLU Chemistry Department & Chem Club are hosting our annual celebration of Mole Day during National Chemistry Week. Our celebration is Mole Day Eve and is held at 7pm the night before Mole Day and is open to the PLU community.

    We begin with desserts - including a periodic table of brownies in the Rieke Lobby. Then we transition to the Rieke Open Lab for hands-on science activities hosted by the PLU Chem Club and colorful & explosive demos by the faculty.  Please join us in celebrating the mole.

    For more information contact: Dr. Andrea Munro at munroam@plu.edu

  • ACS Career Event for Undergraduates

    The Puget Sound Section of the ACS will how their 10th Annual Career Event on February 12th from 1-5pm at the City of Tacoma Center for Urban Waters Research Lab. The theme for this year's event is Careers in Chemistry: Emphasizing Solutions to Environmental Challenges.

    This career event is designed to expose students to potential science careers and is intended for all science students (not just chemistry majors). The event is free, but students must register by February 8th at http://pugetsound.sites.acs.org/careerevent2014.htm

  • International REU program from the ACS

    There are 17 paid summer international research experiences for undergraduates that will occur in Germany, Italy, Singapore, and the United Kingdom. The program in open to US citizens & permanent residents who are enrolled in a US university or college.  Applicants must be majoring in chemistry or the chemical sciences.  The application deadline is January 31, 2014. For more information visit the following link.

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