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  • Shelley MinteerCSOE Awarded $20M NSF Grant

    The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded the U’s Center for Synthetic Organic Electrochemistry (CSOE) a grant to fund the center’s Phase II development. The center merges synthetic organic chemistry and electrochemistry to develop safe and sustainable chemical production methods.

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  • OljaDr. Olja Simoska 13th Recipient of the ACS Sigal Postdoctoral Fellowship

    The American Chemical Society, the world’s largest scientific society, has awarded the 13th Irving S. Sigal Postdoctoral Fellowship (2020-2022) to Dr. Olja Simoska.

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  • Tascha BMT Donor DriveVirtual Donor Drive for Tascha Knowlton

    Natascha Knowlton, the University of Utah's beloved Chemistry Advisor, was recently diagnosed with aplastic anemia. Her body's T-cells attacked her bone marrow, leaving her with no blood cells. Please join us and sign up for the bone marrow donor registry to show support for Tascha and give hope to all patients in need of a bone marrow transplant.

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  • Jeff Statler Faraday LecturesJeff Statler Recipient of The Parry Teaching Award

    The Parry Teaching Award was established by Rodney and Carolyn Brady for excellence in undergraduate teaching in the Department of Chemistry.

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  • Shelley MinteerCSOE Awarded $20M NSF Grant

    The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded the U’s Center for Synthetic Organic Electrochemistry (CSOE) a grant to fund the center’s Phase II development. The center merges synthetic organic chemistry and electrochemistry to develop safe and sustainable chemical production methods.

    Read more

  • OljaDr. Olja Simoska 13th Recipient of the ACS Sigal Postdoctoral Fellowship

    The American Chemical Society, the world’s largest scientific society, has awarded the 13th Irving S. Sigal Postdoctoral Fellowship (2020-2022) to Dr. Olja Simoska.

    Read more

  • Tascha BMT Donor DriveVirtual Donor Drive for Tascha Knowlton

    Natascha Knowlton, the University of Utah's beloved Chemistry Advisor, was recently diagnosed with aplastic anemia. Her body's T-cells attacked her bone marrow, leaving her with no blood cells. Please join us and sign up for the bone marrow donor registry to show support for Tascha and give hope to all patients in need of a bone marrow transplant.

    Read more

  • Jeff Statler Faraday LecturesJeff Statler Recipient of The Parry Teaching Award

    The Parry Teaching Award was established by Rodney and Carolyn Brady for excellence in undergraduate teaching in the Department of Chemistry.

    Read more

  • Shelley MinteerCSOE Awarded $20M NSF Grant

    The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded the U’s Center for Synthetic Organic Electrochemistry (CSOE) a grant to fund the center’s Phase II development. The center merges synthetic organic chemistry and electrochemistry to develop safe and sustainable chemical production methods.

    Read more

  • OljaDr. Olja Simoska 13th Recipient of the ACS Sigal Postdoctoral Fellowship

    The American Chemical Society, the world’s largest scientific society, has awarded the 13th Irving S. Sigal Postdoctoral Fellowship (2020-2022) to Dr. Olja Simoska.

    Read more

  • Tascha BMT Donor DriveVirtual Donor Drive for Tascha Knowlton

    Natascha Knowlton, the University of Utah's beloved Chemistry Advisor, was recently diagnosed with aplastic anemia. Her body's T-cells attacked her bone marrow, leaving her with no blood cells. Please join us and sign up for the bone marrow donor registry to show support for Tascha and give hope to all patients in need of a bone marrow transplant.

    Read more

  • Jeff Statler Faraday LecturesJeff Statler Recipient of The Parry Teaching Award

    The Parry Teaching Award was established by Rodney and Carolyn Brady for excellence in undergraduate teaching in the Department of Chemistry.

    Read more

  • Shelley MinteerCSOE Awarded $20M NSF Grant

    The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded the U’s Center for Synthetic Organic Electrochemistry (CSOE) a grant to fund the center’s Phase II development. The center merges synthetic organic chemistry and electrochemistry to develop safe and sustainable chemical production methods.

    Read more

  • OljaDr. Olja Simoska 13th Recipient of the ACS Sigal Postdoctoral Fellowship

    The American Chemical Society, the world’s largest scientific society, has awarded the 13th Irving S. Sigal Postdoctoral Fellowship (2020-2022) to Dr. Olja Simoska.

    Read more

  • Tascha BMT Donor DriveVirtual Donor Drive for Tascha Knowlton

    Natascha Knowlton, the University of Utah's beloved Chemistry Advisor, was recently diagnosed with aplastic anemia. Her body's T-cells attacked her bone marrow, leaving her with no blood cells. Please join us and sign up for the bone marrow donor registry to show support for Tascha and give hope to all patients in need of a bone marrow transplant.

    Read more

  • Jeff Statler Faraday LecturesJeff Statler Recipient of The Parry Teaching Award

    The Parry Teaching Award was established by Rodney and Carolyn Brady for excellence in undergraduate teaching in the Department of Chemistry.

    Read more

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Click on the image below to read about what's been going on in the Department of Chemistry during the Covid-19 pandemic, graduating seniors, and see our student and faculty awards for this year.

Covid 19 Update

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

 
We, the Department of Chemistry, welcome everyone of all backgrounds. Inclusion and diversity are essential elements to our teaching methods and scientific research. The more perspectives we bring to our department, the more impact and value we will contribute to our communities and society as a whole. We commit to fostering an open environment where we continue to listen to the needs of our students, staff, faculty, and greater scientific community. We endeavor to support our students as they continue forward without any prejudice.  We value all forms of diversity and acknowledged their advancement of science and society. 
 
At the University of Utah, there is simply no place for bias, discrimination, racism, bigotry, hate or violence. We condemn all such acts and words in the strongest possible terms.

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Last Updated: 7/8/20