Discovery begins here! Chemists study the atomic structure of physical matter and interpret how it changes. In our department, students have access to research, competitive internships and career training opportunities that will prepare them for the demands of current and future society.  Studying chemistry requires a strong interest in inquiry. Our state-of-the-art instrumentation encourages curiosity while our highly enthusiastic faculty make our classrooms a true gateway to discovery.

STUDENT SUCCESS

Scholarships

Scholarship and Award reception Spring 2017

Advising

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Career Resources

Chemistry graduate student in lab

Academic Support

Brent Wyatt, a Chemestry major in the College of Natural Sciences at Colorado State University on the CSU Oval, September 11, 2015.

OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM

Undergraduate Research

CIF students conducting experiment

CLeRC

CLeRC student learning center

Student Organizations

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Learning Community

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STUDENT NEWS

CSU ranks top ten at national CyberSEED competition

Interdisciplinary team bests national competitors in a test of practical cybersecurity skill.

New Working Groups Generate Research Momentum

Even though the pandemic thwarted many activities in the Fall, three new working groups in the Department of Statistics generated research excitement in the areas of environmental biostatistics, data science and SAS programming.

Introducing STAT 100: statistical literacy

Although still in its infancy, data suggest STAT 100 has been successful at serving students for whom the quantitative reasoning requirement is a barrier to graduation, with completion rates ranging 92-100% .

Graduate Student Spotlight: Lucy Lu

In her first years here, Lucy developed a framework that combines methods from applied mathematics and computer science to fuse mechanistic partial differential equations with statistical models in a big data setting.