Student Research Takes Center Stage

Every year 50-75 students participate in faculty research.

A Growing Department

The Department has been expanding to meet student needs.

New Look to Chemistry Spaces

Stop by and see the new additions on our floor.

Chemistry Lecture Series

The Department hosts distinguished chemistry figures.

Snapshot of Faculty Research

Our culture of research reaches beyond classrooms and labs.

Welcome to the Chemistry Department

We are a department that serves undergraduate students exclusively.  In addition to our top-notch teaching facilities, we take pride in offering our students experiences in our research labs, resulting in meaningful contributions to scientific knowledge.

Some highlights of our program include:

Please browse our webpage, stop by, or contact us for more information about our department and programs.


News from the Chemistry Department

Students attend National Meeting of the American Chemical Society

April 15, 2014 / By: UST Chemistry Department

Sixteen UST students and two faculty presented at the 2014 Spring Meeting of the American Chemical Society in Dallas, TX.

Junior Cecilia Gentle to Study in Italy this Summer

April 15, 2014 / By: UST Chemistry Department

Junior chemistry major Cecilia Gentle is one of 17 students chosen by the American Chemical Society to partake in an International Research Experience for Undergraduates Program.

Junior Chemistry Major Receives Goldwater Scholarship

April 15, 2014 / By: UST Chemistry Department

Junior Cecilia Gentle and two other UST students were honored by the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship program.

Celebrate Joe Brom's Retirement

April 14, 2014

Please join in celebrating with Dr. Joe Brom on Friday, May 9th from 4-8 p.m. at O’Gara’s!

Alumni Receive Recognition in Graduate School

April 3, 2014 / By: UST Chemistry Department

Three recent UST Chemistry Alumni have received recognition. Jamie Byrnes ('12) and Amber Schoenecker ('13) are the recipients of NSF Graduate Student Fellowships. Kyle Chamberlain ('13) received a Teaching Assistant award.