TA Training in Heldenfels: New Graduate Student Orientation and Rite of Passage
National ACS Awards: F. Albert Cotton Award in Synthetic Inorganiic Chemistry: Dr. Francois Gabbai
Welcome New Graduate Students 2015
Science in Motion: Jim Pennington's Chemistry Roadshow
F.A. Cotton Autobiography, Published by Elsevier, Inc.
Texas A&M Chemistry's Brooke Versaw Named Beckman Scholar
BASF Graduate Student Symposium. Thursday, August 13, 2015
Dr. Kevin Burgess received a $200,000 CPRIT High Impact/High Risk award to fund research for improving treatments for acute myeloid leukemia.
TIAS Fellow and Distinguished Professor Peter J. Stang's colorful open lecture described how spontaneous events at the molecular level support life on our planet.
Dr. Karen L. Wooley has been elected as a 2015 Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Welcome to Dr. David Powers who will join us as an Assistant Professor in August 2015.
Welcome to Jon Sczepanski who will join us as an Assistant Professor and CPRIT Scholar in Cancer Research in August 2015.

Featured Events  Upcoming Department of Chemistry Events


Olaf Ruediger, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion

Stabilization by redox hydrogels of oxygen sensitive hydrogenases towards oxidative damage

Sep 1

Gregory Scholes, Princeton University

Photosynthetic Light Harvesting and Coherence

Sep 2

Matthew Whited, Carleton College

Stoichiometric and Catalytic Reactions Exploiting Metal/Silicon Cooperation

Sep 3

Fostering Diverse Ideas

BASF Career and Recruiting

Sep 8

Lee Sobotka, Washington University in St. Louis

Fun and Games with God's quantum Dots

Sep 9

Susan Kauzlarich, University of California, Davis

Inorganic Seminar

Sep 10

Stephen Hashmi, Heidelberg University

Organic Seminar

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