Graduate School Fair

Graduate School Fair

The Graduate School Fair is a great way to learn more about postgraduate programs, whether you're applying to grad school or simply considering it for your future. You'll be able to talk to the graduate program representatives, participate in a raffle and eat some snacks.  

No pre-registration is required. This event is open to all students.  

https://inchemistry.acs.org/content/inchemistry/en/grad-school/grad-options-infographic.html
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Sunday, March 31, 2019

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location: TBD

Graduate School Recruiters

Book your booth to participate in the next ACS Graduate School Fair.

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Participating Graduate Programs

Visit often as programs will be added weekly through March 23, 2019.

Connecticut

University of Connecticut, Department of Chemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD
  

Massachusetts

Northeastern University, Chemistry & Chemical Biology
Degrees offered: MS, PhD, PSM
 
Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD

New York

Columbia University, Master of Science in Chemical Engineering
Degree offered: MS

Pennsylvania

Duquesne University, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD
 
University of Pennsylvania, Chemistry
Degrees offered: PhD, PSM
 
University of Pennsylvania, Masters of Chemical Sciences
Degrees offered: MS, PSM

Rhode Island

Brown University, Chemistry
Degree offered: PhD

Alabama

University of Alabama, Chemical Engineering
Degrees offered: MS, PhD
  

Delaware

University of Delaware, Chemistry and Biology
Degrees offered: MA, MS, PhD
  

District of Columbia

George Washington University, Department of Chemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD
  

Florida

The Florida State University, Chemistry and Biochemistry
Degree offered: PhD
 
University of South Florida, College of Pharmacy
Degrees offered: MS, PharmD
  

Maryland

University of Maryland-Baltimore, Pharmaceutical Sciences
Degrees offered: MS, PhD
  

Mississippi

Mississippi State University, Department of Chemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD
 
University of Southern Mississippi, Polymer Science & Engineering
Degree offered: PhD

North Carolina

North Carolina State University, Department of Chemistry
Degree offered: PhD
  

Tennessee

Tennessee Tech University, Department of Chemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD

Vanderbilt University, Chemistry Graduate Program
Degree offered: PhD

Texas

Rice University, Department of Chemistry
Degree offered: PhD
 
Texas Tech University, Department of Chemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD
 
University of North Texas, Department of Chemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD, PSM
  

Virginia

Old Dominion University, Chemistry and Biochemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD

California

The Scripps Research Institute, Doctoral Program
Degree offered: PhD
 
University of California, Merced, Chemistry & Chemical Biology
Degree offered: PhD

Montana

Montana State University, Chemistry and Biochemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD

Nevada

University of Nevada, Reno, Department of Chemistry
Degree offered: MS, PhD

Utah

University of Utah, Department of Chemistry
Degrees offered: MA, MS, PhD

Iowa

Iowa State University, Department of Chemistry
Degree offered: PhD
 
University of Iowa, Department of Chemistry
Degree offered: PhD
  

Michigan

University of Michigan, College of Pharmacy
Degrees offered: PhD

Minnesota

University of Minnesota Law School, Patent Programs
Degrees offered: MS, Other

Missouri

Missiouri WesternState University, Chemistry and Biochemistry
Degree offered: PSM

Ohio

Kent State University, Chemistry and Biochemistry
Degrees offered: MA, MS, PhD
 
The Ohio State University, Department of Chemistry
Degree offered: PhD
 
University of Akron, College of Polymer Science & Polymer Engineering
Degrees offered: MA, MS, PhD
 
University of Toledo, Chemistry and Biochemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD, PSM

Questions to Ask the Recruiters

Here are some questions you can ask graduate school recruiters to help identify to programs you want to pursue:

  • What types of research are there?
  • What resources are available?
  • How large are the research groups?
  • How much time do you spend as a teaching assistant vs. research assistant?
  • Are there interdepartmental opportunities?
  • Are there opportunities to collaborate outside of academia?
  • What opportunities are available to develop non-technical skills, such as communication or safety?
  • How quickly do students typically move through the program?
  • What is the completion rate for students?
  • What happens to program graduates?

 

Choosing a Program

Visit Planning for Graduate Work in Chemistry to explore options for choosing the right program.