Welcome to KSU Chemistry!


If you are looking for a place that combines interdisciplinary research with “hands on” learning, please take a closer look at what we have to offer you. Our faculty is dedicated to doing world-class chemistry here in the heartlands.  Our professors aim to train new generations of scientists who will be the leaders of tomorrow in research, teaching, medicine and industry. 

 

Welcome to Chemistry

Dr. Khadga Shrestha shaking the hand of Kansas State University's President Kirk Schulz during the Graduate School Graduation on Friday, December 7, 2012.

The Department of Chemistry at Kansas State University offers programs leading to the B.S., B.A., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees and is located in the Chemistry/Biochemistry Building, the H. H. King Chemical Laboratory. If you have questions after browsing these pages, please get in touch with us by following the “Contact” link above.

Coming Up:

On Thursday, April 3rd, we welcome Joel Harris from the University of Utah to our Departmental Lecture Series. He will speak on Spectroscopy under the Microscope: Chemical Analysis in Femtoliter Volumes in King 4 from 1:30p.m.- 2:30p.m.

Please see our Departmental Seminar page for other upcoming seminars!

 

 

 


Stefan Bossmann, Leila Maurmann and team awarded $1.3M NSF instrumentation grant
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Christine Aikens receives Iowa State University Alumni Award
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Dan Higgins receives Distinguished Graduate Faculty Member Award
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Saying Good-Bye to Ken Klabunde
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Olga Koper Honored at the White House!
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Elizabeth Ploetz attending 63rd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Lindau, Germany!
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Congratulations to our new Distinguished Professor Ryszard Jankowiak!
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Congratulations to our Goldwater Scholarship Nominees: Jenny Barriga & Christine Spartz!
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An Accurate and Rapid Screen for Early-stage Cancers!
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Building Better Batteries
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Chen Lin and Adam Kell selected to attend American Chemical Society Summit
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Chemistry Professors mentor Undergraduate students in many different programs Read More>

Bo Wang wins the CrystEngComm Poster Prize at the American
Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting in Boston

Evan Hurley and Steven Klankowski receive the 2012 Kansas State University Research Foundation doctoral research scholarship Read More>

Adam Kell receives European Union Fellowship
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