Tulane's Department of Chemistry has been devoted to the high quality teaching and research since its founding in 1834. The department provides many of the resources and collaborations associated with a large university, yet offers the personal attention characteristic of a smaller institution. Ongoing research addresses a wide variety of fundamental and applied problems, from developing new spectroscopic methods to optimizing solar cells and developing bioresponsive “smart” therapeutics.
The Department of Chemistry provides challenging but insightful instruction in the classroom for both undergraduate and graduate students while maintaining competitive, nationally recognized research programs within the major disciplines of chemistry. Learn more about our mission »
For openers, the Department of Chemistry has made a rapid and full recovery from the effects of Hurricane Katrina. In the area of undergraduate instruction, students are flocking to our courses in record numbers. On the graduate side, we now have over 50 full-time graduate students... Read more »
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