If you are graduating this fall and are uncommitted to a graduate program, consider attending Texas A&M University-Commerce. Graduating chemistry and biochemistry undergraduates interested in chemical or biochemical research are invited to apply. Texas A&M University-Commerce offers a variety of Masters programs to fit students’ needs:
- Track I with Thesis: Professional Chemistry Track
- Track I without Thesis: Professional Chemistry Track
- Track II: Professional Chemical Business Track
- Track III: Professional Chemical Education Track
M.S. graduates from Texas A&M University-Commerce have worked in industry and chemical education, while others are continuing to pursue Ph.D. or M.D. degrees. Applications for graduate assistantships are currently being accepted for Spring 2021 so apply now.
For more information:
- Check out this flyer.
- Find ongoing research projects here.
- Contact Dr. Laurence Angel at Laurence.Angel@tamuc.edu.
- See more faculty contacts here.
University of Illinois Urbana Champaign is holding an upcoming recruitment event for students of color. Please consider attending if you are a junior, senior, post-baccalaureate, or Masters student of color interested in pursuing a Ph.D. in chemistry.
This event will cover available fellowships for underrepresented minorities, programs available to support University of Illinois students of color, and application tips. You will learn about the variety of research being done in chemistry and have the opportunity to network with current graduate students and faculty.
If you’re interested, please register here by October 25, 2020. The recruitment event will take place on Saturday, October 31, 2020.
For more information:
The Professional Master’s Program (PMP) in the Davidson School of Chemical Engineering (CHE) at Purdue University is a 12-16 month long, non-thesis, coursework-based Master’s program that prepares students for leadership and business roles in industry and government sectors through a combination of advance engineering and business courses.
Students also gain professional experience during the 12-week long summer capstone program, wherein students work on open-ended problems as part of an industry-based with one of our industry partners or an academic-based capstone project with one of our engineering faculty.
The program coursework is tailored to the career goals and backgrounds of its students. Students from non-chemical engineering backgrounds, such as Chemistry, will take three additional foundational Chemical Engineering courses in Engineering Calculations, Separation Processes, and Reaction Engineering to help prepare them for their graduate-level Chemical Engineering coursework. These pre-requisite courses can be taken concurrently with the rest of the PMP coursework so that their program completion is only delayed by one semester.
The program is currently accepting applications for both Spring and Fall 2021 and GRE score requirements have been waived for these applicants due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, international students receiving a degree from a U.S. institution do not need to submit English Proficiency scores, such as TOEFL or IELTS scores.
To find out more information about the Professional M.S. Program:
If you’re ready to apply, find out more information about the application process, including deadlines, here.
The WW Teaching Fellowship seeks to train highly talented STEM students and place them in high need schools in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. This fellowship program provides admission into a competitive Masters of Education program, clinical practice, certification, mentoring, and a $32,000 stipend.
To apply, you must have your bachelor’s degree in a STEM field by Spring 2021 (or 30 college credits in a STEM field), a cumulative GPA of a 3.0, and be eligible to work in the U.S.
Apply now, the first round of applications are due November 4, 2020!
Indianapolis Teaching Fellows trains students without education degrees to become excellent teachers in a variety of subjects. Their Fellows will complete an intensive summer training program and begin to teach in Fall 2021. For the first two years of teaching, you will continue to receive coaching and complete additional certification coursework.
In order to apply you must graduate with your Bachelor’s by June 1 2021, be permitted to work in the U.S., have a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA, and not be a licensed teacher.
The application deadline is October 13 2020, so apply now!
The online application for the 2021 Hertz Fellowship is now open through October 23, 2020.
The Hertz Fellowship provides financial and lifelong professional support for the nation’s most promising graduate students in science and technology.
Benefits of the Hertz Fellowship:
- Full tuition equivalent for five years
- $34,000/year stipend – higher if combined with another fellowship
- Powerful community of 1,200+ peers
- Special events, workshops, and networking opportunities
Event date: October 4-5, 2020
Explore your options by attending the Big Ten+ Graduate School Expo. This free virtual experience, specifically designed for students considering STEM-related graduate studies, is a great opportunity to learn more about advanced education and chat with representatives from multiple universities.
The Expo features information packed workshops on all phases of the graduate application process and recruiters from top-ranked institutions, including Big Ten universities.
Attendance bonus: All Expos attendees may apply to the Purdue Graduate School for free.
For more information, visit the event website.
Is Graduate School in your future? Whether you are on the fence or have your mind made up about Grad School, getting a head start on the process gives you an edge over other students applying. Ohio State offers the best resource to give you that edge: the Graduate and Professional School Expo, held on September 23rd, 2020 from 12:00 to 5:00 virtually through Handshake.
The Expo hosts Graduate Schools from across the country and allows you to explore your options, gather information, and make connections with admission officers. The Expo also gives you access to Grad School experts, who can provide invaluable tips and advice about the Graduate School admission process. Professional dress is not required.
Current students and recent Ohio State alumni are welcome to attend and should register on Handshake.
Get your questions about graduate school answered at one of three Zoom panels hosted by Texas A&M Chemistry faculty, students and alumni.
- Why Texas A&M?
- What is graduate school like?
- How does the application process work?
Dates and times:
All times are Central Daylight Time (UTC-5)
- September 8, 4:00-5:30pm
- September 9, 2:00-3:30pm
- September 14, 2:00-3:30pm
Special Topic: Polymers at TAMU Chemistry
More detailed information, including names of guest speakers, can be found on the flyer.
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Brigham Young University is pleased to invite interested undergraduate students to attend its upcoming virtual seminar lectures and Q&A sessions regarding the chemistry/biochemistry graduate school program at BYU.
The five virtual seminars will be given by current faculty in the five disciplines offered in BYU ‘s master’s and doctorate programs. This is a great opportunity to hear about current research happening at BYU, especially if you are not familiar with possible opportunities and research topics. Learn more about the seminars on this graphic.
The Q&A session will focus on graduate school admissions and life as a graduate student in Provo, UT.
If you are interested, sign up here. A zoom link will be sent either the day of or the day before the event.