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Department: Chemistry


Our Students

Employed as chemists

  • Allied Signal Corporation
  • Becton-Dickinson
  • EnviroMarine Systems, Inc.
  • Millennium Inorganic Chemicals
  • McCormick & Co., Inc.
  • Sherwin-Williams Corporation

Engaged in post-graduate studies

  • 3-2 Program in Chemical Engineering, University of Maryland
  • Ph.D. Program in Chemistry, University of Maryland at Baltimore County
  • Ph.D. Program in Biochemistry, University of Delaware
  • Ph.D. Program in Biochemistry, Georgetown University
  • Ph.D. Program in Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Attending medical school

  • University of Maryland Medical School
  • Johns Hopkins University Medical School

Attending dental school

  • Harvard University Dental School
  • University of Maryland Dental School

Attending pharmacy school

  • University of Maryland College of Pharmacy
  • Howard University School of Pharmacy
  • Notre Dame of Maryland University School of Pharmacy

Employed as teachers

  • Secondary science teacher, Manassas, Virginia

Internships held by chemistry majors

  • Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense
  • Baltimore Gas and Electric
  • Federal Pretrial Services
  • Gascoyne Laboratories
  • Hoechst-Celanese Corporation
  • Millennium Inorganic Chemicals
  • U.S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventative Medicine

Student awards, recognition and activities

  • American Chemical Society Student Achievement Award
  • American Institute of Chemists Award
  • Anne Dulea Chemistry Award
  • Sr. Denise Dooley Chemistry Scholarship
  • J. J. Griffin Chemistry Club
  • Student Affiliate Membership in the American Chemical Society

Student presentations

Students make presentations of their experimental research results, internship experiences, or about chemical topics from the literature. Chemistry majors take both chemical literature and chemistry seminar courses, attend talks at area institutions and make a formal presentation. Titles of some student presentations are given below.

  • Comparison of the Reducing Characteristics of Lithium Aluminum Hydride and Sodium Aluminum Hydride
  • Enzyme Multiplied Immunoassay Technique as a Drug Analysis Tool
  • Application of Zeta Potential Measurements in the Paint Industry
  • Inflammatory Cytokines as Potential Biomarkers of Cutaneous Sulfur Mustard Induced Injury