Leah Lapp (senior) and Hannah Walker '18
Lapp and Walker studied coffee borer damage in Hawaii with Professor Matthew Siderhurst this summer.
Ruth Maust '13
Ruth Maust ‘13 will continue her doctoral research at the University of Oregon with support from a three-year National Science Foundation Grant.
Build a solid foundation at EMU in the major areas of chemistry: organic, inorganic, analytical, physical and biological chemistry.
Research with and be mentored by faculty who invest time in you, and compete for Kauffman-Miller Research Awards of up to for $2500 for summer research that is also supervised by EMU faculty.
Learn by doing as you expand your world with a broad chemical background suitable for entry into a wide variety options for careers – from industrial plastics chemist to pharmaceutical technician – and graduate level studies in chemistry, biochemistry or related areas.