Chemistry majors at Huntington University have very successful career paths in the following areas:
- Graduate school and research
- Medical school or related health professions
Chemistry students have the option of specializing in biochemistry, pre-pharmacy, pre-medicine, education, or possibly some combination of these.
Personal Mentoring, Opportunities for Research
Chemistry majors at Huntington University experience a rich learning environment through the following opportunities:
- Personal mentoring through small classes
- Research projects with faculty
- Internships with professional mentors
- Job-shadowing experiences
Chemistry faculty at Huntington University have research interests in synthesizing pharmaceuticals, as well as monitoring the speed of their reactions, in addition to other projects.
Comfortable Facilities and Professional Equipment
The 90,000 square-foot Dowden Science Hall features a comfortable learning environment with the following amenities:
- Student-friendly spaces and multimedia classrooms
- Pleasant, art-infused surroundings with fascinating science displays
- An instrumentation center with professional instruments used in industry as well as research
- Specialized labs and research lab space for students conducting research
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How do pharmaceutical pollutants, such as Tylenol, degrade in water? Dr. Nalliah & her chemistry students want to know.
Water Barometer Experiment
The experiment showed that on this particular day, atmospheric pressure is such that it can support a 31-foot column of water.
Two senior chemistry majors spent their summer working with a faculty member to build their resumes and get published.
Three Huntington University biology students and two faculty members took part in poster presentations during the 131st Annual Meeting of the Indiana Academy of Science. The event took place on March 26 in Indianapolis.
Meghan Wright, a freshman biology pre-med major from Fowlerville, Mich., presented on, “Biodiversity of the Huntington University arboretum compared to a local natural forest.” Her research, conducted with Dr. Collin Hobbs, assistant professor of biology, involved…
Benjamin “Ben” Gayed runs off the field after a long, hot soccer practice. After a quick shower, he hops in his car and drives back across campus to Forester Village where he lives with his wife and daughter. He greets his wife with a kiss as he walks through the door to their home. He plays with his daughter before putting her to bed, and then hits the books, trying to finish all of his…
Dr. Troyer teaches organic chemistry, biochemistry, inorganic chemistry, and chemistry in contemporary society. His primary research interests are in organic synthesis and natural product isolation. He worked for Bristol-Myers Squibb pharmaceutical company for several years in the area of new drug development.