May 27, 2022  
Catalogue 2022-2023 
    
Catalogue 2022-2023

Chemistry Department


Chair: Alison Keimowitz (a semester), Christopher J. Smart (b semester) ;

Professors: Zachary Donhauser, Sarjit Kaurb, Miriam Rossi, Joseph M. Tanski;

Associate Professors: Marianne Begemann (and Dean of Strategic Planning and Academic Resources), Stuart L. Belli, Eric S. Eberhardt, Alison Keimowitzb, Christopher J. Smart;

Assistant Professors: Leah Bendavida, Krystle McLaughlin, Rebecca Pollet;

Lecturers: Jennifer Appawu, Jennifer B. Herrera (and Dean of First Year Students);

Adjunct Assistant Professors: Paul McLaughlin, Chi-Lin O’Young, Glenn Roy, Roger Snow;

Adjunct Instructors: Frank Guglieri, Catherine Kim, Anita Kusmierska-Gomez, Anthony Scaduto.

Advisers: Class of 2023, Alison Keimowitz (a semester), Leah Bendavid (b semester); Class of 2024, Eric Eberhardt; Class of 2025, Sarjit Kaur; Class of 2026, Rebecca Pollet; Correlate Sequence Adviser, Sarjit Kaur.

a On leave 2022/23, first semester

b On leave 2022/23, second semester

Programs

Major

Master

Correlate Sequence in Chemistry

A correlate sequence in chemistry provides students interested in careers ranging from public health to patent law an excellent complement to their major field of study. The chemistry correlate sequence is designed to combine a basic foundation in chemistry with the flexibility to choose upper-level chemistry courses relevant to the student’s particular interests. Students considering careers in such areas as art conservation, public policy relating to the sciences, scientific ethics, archeochemistry, the history of science, law or public health may benefit from a course of study in chemistry. This correlate is not intended for students majoring in closely related disciplines, such as biology or biochemistry, and therefore not more than one course can be credited towards both the correlate and the student’s major. The correlate consists of 6 1/2 units distributed as follows:

Courses

Chemistry: I. Introductory

Chemistry: II. Intermediate

Chemistry: III. Advanced