College of Sciences and Technology
Anthony-Cahill, Spencer J., PhD, protein folding, protein engineering.
Borda, Emily J., PhD, investigation of college students’ development of epistemological beliefs about science.
Bussell, Mark E., PhD, surface and materials chemistry of catalytic and environmental processes.
Emory, Steven R., PhD, analytical chemistry, spectroscopy, nanomaterials.
Gilbertson, John D., PhD, inorganic synthesis, small molecule activation, nanoparticle catalysis.
Kriz, George S., PhD, physical organic chemistry.
Murphy, Amanda., PhD, organic synthesis, polymer and materials chemistry.
O’Neil, Gregory W., PhD, natural products chemistry, organic synthesis.
Patrick, David L., PhD, analytical and computational chemistry of condensed phases.
Prody, Gerry A., PhD, biochemistry and molecular biology of plant viruses, plant pollen tubes, marine biochemistry, environmental biochemistry.
Smirnov, Serge, PhD, structure, dynamics, function and engineering of modular proteins.
Spiegel, P. Clint, PhD, RNA and protein biochemistry, ribosome structure and function.
Vyvyan, James R., PhD, organic synthesis, natural products, asymmetric catalysis.
Program Advisor: P. Clint Spiegel
This program prepares students for technical careers in industry, or for further study toward a more advanced degree.
A bachelor’s degree and departmental approval. Applicants are expected to have completed the following courses (or their equivalent) with a grade of B or better: CHEM 333, CHEM 434, CHEM 351, 352,353, CHEM 461, 462, 463, and CHEM 441 or CHEM 471, 472, 473. A student with lower than B may be required to repeat that course as determined under advisement with the graduate program advisor.
Specific Test Requirements: Graduate Record Exam, General Test.
Supporting Materials: A statement of research interests and future goals, including identification of up to three potential faculty research advisors, must accompany application.