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Kansas State Department of Chemistry REU Program in Biosecurity and Chemistry

2014 Projects

These professors have projects for our 2014 REU Students. Please look at their research areas to familiarize yourself with what they are working on.

 

The Research Environment The Department of Chemistry at KSU has had a strong record of undergraduate participation in research through the NSF sponsored REU program (53 students over eight years) and through summer exchange programs with the United Kingdom, France, Mexico and Germany (> 28 since 1998, ~ 70 total).  In addition, 79 undergraduate students (chemistry, biochemistry, biology, and chemical engineering majors) have enrolled in research in the department since 2004.  In the past decade, the Chemistry Department has produced eight
Goldwater Scholars, one Rhodes Scholar, two Howard Hughes Scholars, three National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship awardees and two Fulbright Student Scholars among our undergraduates.  These international, REU, and KSU students have interacted with each other as well as with our graduate students and postdoctoral research associates to provide a unique learning and teaching environment that enriches many of the faculty’s research programs.