Each course offered by the department provides an opportunity for a concentrated study of the various principles of contemporary chemical knowledge.
Related interdisciplinary programs include:
Condensing and Fluidizing Effects of Gangliosides on Various Phospholipids Films by Matthew Davidson '10
Chemistry major Dr. J. Michael Bishop, Class of 1957, shared a Nobel Prize in 1989 for cancer research. In 2009, Bishop was invited to the White House when President Obama overturned funding restrictions for human stem cell research.