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Employment: Chemistry faculty position

The Department of Chemistry seeks to fill one tenure-track or tenured faculty position beginning, July 1, 2021, or later. Applications will be accepted from candidates whose research interests are in any area of modern chemistry. Review of applications begins, Sunday, Nov. 15, 2020.

Chemistry establishes Jeannette Brown Lectureship

Jeannette Brown in the lab
Photo credit: Olivia Holmes

The Department of Chemistry has established the Jeannette Brown Lectureship, honoring the career of Alumna Jeannette Brown and her pioneering work as a talented chemist, author, historian, and tireless leader and advocate for the inclusion and advancement of African American women in chemistry-related professional pursuits and careers. This lectureship will bring experts in all fields of chemistry from around the world, with emphasis on highlighting the work and careers of Black, Indigenous, and people of color in the chemical sciences.  An endowment has been established to support this signature lectureship with a goal of raising $100,000. 

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Chemistry Climate, Community & Culture

The Department of Chemistry has unique features that set it apart and help its students, faculty, and staff thrive and succeed. The department fosters a diverse community and works hard to create an environment where involvement, collaboration, caring, and safety are the norm.