We offer several opportunities for you to be involved in chemistry outside of the classroom. Join up with other major and minors in our chemistry club or while conducting research in a group with one of our faculty.
SAACS members promote interest in chemistry, address issues facing chemistry students, and promote an awareness of the responsibilities and challenges of today's chemists.
CRISP is one of the largest undergraduate research programs in chemistry in the nation. An average of 30 some students each summer have participated in CRISP over the past several years.
You can have an opportunity to work with high-tech equipment and work with our faculty on their research projects, such as biochemistry, physical chemistry and organic chemistry.
We do research about how people learn about science. One of our goals is to make the community more aware of chemistry. We want to get rid of the stereotypes that chemistry is hard or boring.
LSAMP is a program to improve the graduation rates of students in science, technology, engineering, and math fields and particularly to improve the number of degrees awarded to ethnic minority students.