Chemistry & Biochemistry
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Research

All undergraduate science students at Rowan University have the opportunity to participate with faculty in independent lab work and field research, a privilege often reserved for graduate students and professionals. In fact, the completion of a research project is a capstone requirement for graduation with the BS in Chemistrty or BS in Biochemistry. Students enrolled in the BS in Physical Sciences can elect to do a research project. Many students travel with faculty to state and national conferences where they present and publish findings from their research. Visit the individual faculty web sites for more details on possible research project areas.

Biochemistry Research

Materials Research Group

The Materials Research Group is an intendisciplinary group of faculty all engaged in the study of materials. Some of the members of the group are chemistry. To see the projects and activites of this group, click on the link above. To see the chemists' research efforts, go to the Faculty & Staff web page and click on the name of the faculty member.

Projects

Internships

Ben Nixon

Student Awards and Presentation

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)

STEM 2008

STEM 2010

ACS Award

Mark & Barbara Chamberlain Research Award

Edward W. Morley Award (Excellence in Measurement)

Dean's Recognition Tea

Chemistry/Biochemistry Medallion