Welcome to the Department of Chemistry at Colorado State University. We have an international reputation for excellence in research across a broad array of disciplines, including analytical, biological, inorganic, organic, materials and physical chemistry. Ph.D. graduates receive world-class training, participate in cutting-edge (and often interdisciplinary) research projects, and are employed at all levels of academia and industry around the globe. The faculty also enjoy an award-winning reputation for teaching excellence. Undergraduate students benefit both from access to this classroom expertise and from a long tradition of substantive undergraduate participation in research. The Department’s research efforts are supported by a state-of-the-art Analytical Resources Core that provides 24/7 student access to shared instrumentation.
TEACHING-FOCUSED FACULTY POSITION IN CHEMISTRY
The Department of Chemistry at Colorado State University, located in Fort Collins, CO, seeks to hire at least one non-tenure track Assistant Professor with interest and experience in large lecture course instruction, for continuing 9-month appointments. Exceptional candidates with teaching experience in general chemistry are encouraged to apply.
APPLY TO BECOME A GRADUATE STUDENT
The Department of Chemistry is now accepting applications for the Fall 2023 school year!
Delphine Farmer, an associate professor in the chemistry department, has won the Atmospheric Sciences Ascent Award from the American Geophysical Union. The AGU annually recognizes excellence in research and leadership in the
The Spur campus in Denver, CO has awarded a grant to Megan Willis, Assistant Professor in Chemistry, Delphine Farmer, Professor in Chemistry, and Shantanu Jathar, Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering to establish
Using sunlight to split water, or H2O, into hydrogen and oxygen represents what Justin Sambur, associate professor in the Department of Chemistry at Colorado State University, calls “a holy grail in energy science.”
They say we grow until a certain age. Then, we just oxidize.
The Colorado State University Chemistry Club and Department of Chemistry are excited to host their annual Halloween Show on Sunday, Oct. 30, from 3-6 p.m in the Chemistry Building.
When you’re cooking or cleaning inside your home, what chemicals are you breathing, and are they potentially harmful? CSU chemists have given us a solid start on the answer.
UPCOMING SEMINARS & CALENDAR
1/25/23 at 4:00pm in Chemistry A101
2/1/23 at 4:00pm in Chemistry A101
2/3/23 at 4:00pm in Chemistry A101
2/8/23 at 4:00pm in Chemistry A101