• Kennesaw State's NSF REU Program (CBSURE)

    Chemistry and Biochemistry Summer Undergraduate Research Experiences (CBSURE) Program

    Spend your summer pursuing state-of-the-art research with faculty who take special pleasure in one-on-one interactions in areas from chemical biology to nanochemistry. KSU's Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry is excited to have the opportunity to host 8 outstanding undergraduate researchers during summer 2017. We hope you might be one of them!

    Applications will be accepted through April 10, 2017.

    Program Highlights:

    • 9-week Summer Undergraduate Research Experience: May 24 – July 26, 2017
    • $4,500 Stipend for Participants
    • Room and Board Included
    • Travel Allowance for trip to present results at a regional scientific meeting (e.g., SERMACS)
    • Carry out research one-on-one with a faculty mentor. See the Departmental Research section for current faculty and projects by subdiscipline »
    • Present your research to other program participants and departmental faculty at the end of the summer
    • Recreational activities planned with other program participants and other student groups

    http://csm.kennesaw.edu/chemistry-biochemistry/events/cbsure.php

    Now supported by an NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) grant (CHE 1560329)

    Who should apply?
    Undergraduate students who are interested in learning more about chemistry and how to be a chemist are strongly encouraged to apply. Students of underrepresented minority groups are especially encouraged to participate. Preference will be given to students from community colleges and non-PhD granting institutions in the Atlanta area. Participating students must:

    • Have Sophomore or Junior status as of June 2017
    • Have at least 1 year of General Chemistry by June 2017
    • Have at least 1 semester of Organic Chemistry by June 2017
    • Be citizens or permanent residents of the United States
    • Be currently enrolled in an undergraduate chemistry program (and plan to be enrolled during fall 2017)
  • Here are some useful links to find internships 
     

    1) Career Services WolfWorks - this is for students and alumni for internship and full-time positions. https://www.westga.edu/student-services/careerservices/wolfworks.php

    2) ACS Careers - Has a link called "Find An Internship" keeps a running tab of chemistry internships, Co-Ops, and REUs all over the country. https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/careers.html

  • Master of Science in Chemical Sciences (MSCB) Program 
     The Master of Science in Chemical Sciences (MSCB) is a thesis-based program with tracks in Chemistry and Biochemistry. The MSCB offers a flexible curriculum, individually tailored to the student’s background and research interests. The program is 33-credit-hours of coursework with research opportunities in all areas of chemistry and biochemistry, from synthetic organic chemistry to enzymology. The MSCB will prepare students to think in an interdisciplinary fashion about problems in chemistry, biochemistry and many other related areas of study. This program is designed to allow students to complete course work and thesis research within two academic years.

    http://csm.kennesaw.edu/chemis try-biochemistry/programs/ mscb.php

    Thesis-based, five semesters, tuition waived, $6,000/semester stipend

    19 graduated - 4 pursuing further education (PhD) or have relevant careers in either private (9) or public sectors (4), including CDC, Momar, Johnson Matthey Pharma, Solvay, Stahl, Kimoto Tech, Southern Co., GA Pacific

    Now supported by a "Bridges to the Doctorate" grant from the NIH R25 GM111565http://bridges.kennesaw.edu/

    Application deadline: 4/1/2018 for Fall Semester

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