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.  

Know Your Grad School Options
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Sunday, March 22, 2020

 

Graduate School Recruiters

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

Participating Graduate Programs

Graduate school programs will be added weekly from December 2019 through March 2020. 

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

Massachusetts
Harvard University, Chemical Biology
Degree offered: PhD

Northeastern University, Chemistry & Chemical Biology
Degrees offered: MS, PSM, PhD

Woodrow Wilson Graduate School, Master in Education
Degree offered: MEd

Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD

New Hampshire
Dartmouth University, Chemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD

New Jersey
William Paterson University of New Jersey, Chemistry
Degree offered: MS

Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellow
Degree offered: MA

New York
Clarkson University, Graduate School
Degrees offered: MS, ME, MAT, MBA, PhD, Certificates

Columbia University, Chemical Engineering
Degree offered:  MS

Cornell/Rockefeller/MSK, Tri-I Chemical Biology Program
Degree offered:  PhD

Stony Brook University, Chemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PSM, PhD

Pennsylvania
Duquesne University, Chemistry
Degrees offered: MA, MS, PhD

Penn State University, Chemistry
Degree offered: PhD

Temple University, College of Science & Technology
Degrees offered: MA, MS, PSM, PhD

Temple University, School of Pharmacy
Degrees offered: MS, PSM, PhD, PharmD

University of Pennsylvania, Chemistry
Degree offered: PSM, PhD

University of Pennsylvania, Master of Chemical Sciences
Degree offered: MS

Wilkes University, Pharmaceutical Sciences
Degree offered: MS

Rhode Island
Brown University, Chemistry
Degree offered: PhD

Alabama
University of Alabama, Chemistry & Biology Engineering 
Degrees offered: 
 MS, PhD

Delaware
University of Delaware, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Degrees offered: MA, MS, PhD

District of Columbia
George Washington University, Chemistry
Degree offered: MS, PhD, Environmental and Green Chem

Florida
The Florida State University, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD

University of Central Florida, Chemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD

Georgia
Georgia Institute of Technology, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD

Louisiana
Louisiana State University, Chemistry
Degree offered: PhD

Maryland
University of Maryland Baltimore, School. of Pharmacy
Degrees offered: MS, PSM, PhD

Mississippi
Mississippi State University, Chemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD, Non-thesis Masters

University of Southern Mississippi, Polymer Science & Engineering
Degree offered: PhD

North Carolina
North Carolina State University, Forest Biomaterials
Degrees offered: MA, MS, PhD, Online Master of Forest Biomaterials

North Carolina State University, Textiles Engineering/Chemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD

Oklahoma
University of Oklahoma, Chemistry and Biochemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD

South Carolina
University of South Carolina, Chemistry and Biochemistry
Degree offered: PhD

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

University of Tennessee Knoxville, Chemistry
Degrees offered: 
 MS, PhD

Vanderbilt University, Chemistry
Degree offered: PhD

Texas
Baylor University, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Degree offered: PhD

Baylor University, Environmental Sciences
Degree offered: PhD

Rice University, Chemistry
Degree offered: PhD

Texas Christian University, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Degrees offered: MA, MS, PhD

Texas Tech University, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD

University of North Texas, Chemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD 

University of Texas at Dallas, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD

Virginia
Virginia Tech, Chemistry
Degree offered: MS, PhD

West Virginia
West Virginia University, Chemistry
Degree offered: PhD

Iowa
Iowa State University, Chemistry
Degree offered: PhD

Illinois
Loyola University of Chicago, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Degree offered: PhD

Northern Illinois University, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD

Northwestern University, Master of Science and Law
Degree offered: MS

Kansas
University of Kansas, Medicinal Chemistry
Degree offered: PhD

Michigan
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Medicinal Chemistry/Pharmacy
Degrees offered: PhD, PharmD

Wayne State University, Chemistry
Degree offered: PhD

Minnesota
The College of Scholastica, Chemistry
Degree offered: MS

Nebraska
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Chemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD

Ohio
Case Western Reserve University, Macromolecular Science & Engineering
Degrees offered: MS, PhD

Kent State University, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Degrees offered: MA, MS, PhD

The Ohio State University, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD

The University of Toledo, Chemistry and Biochemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PSM, PhD

University of Akron, Polymer Enginering
Degrees offered: MS, PSM, PhD

Wisconsin
Concordia University-Wisconsin, Product Development
Degree offered: MS

University of Wisconsin-Madison, Chemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD

California
Keck Graduate Insitute, Admissions
Degrees offered: MS, PhD, PSM, OTH 

The Scripps Research Institute, Doctoral Program
Degree offered: PhD, Summer programs 

University of California Merced, Chemistry & Chemical Biology
Degrees offered: MS, PhD

Colorado    
Colorado State University, Chemistry
Degrees offered: MS, PhD 

Oregon
Oregon State University, Graduate School
Degrees offered: MA, MS, PhD 

Utah
University of Utah, Chemistry
Degree offered: PhD 

American Chemical Society, Bridge Project
Degree offered: PhD

American Chemical Society, Get the Facts Out Project

York College of Pennsylvania, Students on Climate Change
COP26 ACS Student Ambassadors

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.