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

CLeRK

CLeRC student learning center

Student Organizations

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Learning Community

CNS Learning Comm lunar eclipse

STUDENT NEWS

CSU-SACNAS working to create inclusive community in STEM

While SACNAS was initially meant to bring representation to a few minority groups, it has evolved to become inclusive of all minoritized groups in STEM.

Chemist and atmospheric scientist, A.R. Ravishankara, is part of team suggesting new steps in ending ozone layer depletion

Ozone layer researchers identify potential steps for the further success of a three-decade long treaty, the Montreal Protocol.

Psychology students participate in Research Experience for Undergraduates poster session

Two psychology majors participated in the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program this year: Corey Simpson and Nikki Wasinger.

Biology student conducts research on relationship between malaria-drug dosage and parasite-killing potential

Ana Ibarra, a first-generation student in the Department of Biology, was able to conduct remote research in the REU program

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