Financial Administrator III supporting research accounts for Prof. Bredas, Prof. Cicerone, Dr. Coropceanu, Prof. Finn, Prof. La Pierre, Prof. Lierberman, Prof. Marder, Prof. Orlando, Prof. Peralta-Yahya, Prof. Reynolds.
The school is engaged in cutting edge research across the full breadth or modern chemistry and biochemistry. Our activities bridge traditional boundaries between scientific disciplines and involve partnerships across the campus, around the country and internationally. Research lies as the core of graduate education in the chemical and biochemical sciences, but there are also many opportunities for Georgia Tech undergraduates to work alongside our Ph.D. researchers and graduate students to develop their professional skills.
Members of our distinguished faculty are engaged in the education of ~350 Chemistry or Biochemistry undergraduate majors, ~240 Chemistry graduate students and more than 2,000 other undergraduates each year through their service teaching activities. The school’s extensive and internationally recognized research programs engage its graduate students, ~110 PhD researchers, many undergraduates and collaborators, throughout the campus and from around the world, in cutting edge science. These programs are supported by a highly talented administrative, technical and scientific staff.
Alumni and faculty during our 100 Years of Chemistry celebration.
Giving Back to the School of Chemistry & Biochemistry
The School of Chemistry and Biochemistry benefits greatly from the generosity of it alumni and friends. Our alumni help guide the future of the school thorugh our advisory board and they also help our current students through mentoring and similar activities. Funds donatedby our alumni and friends, for immediate use or to provide support in perpetuity through the creation of an endowment, enable many different activities.
A high school student, Ms. Moody, working in Prof. Brown's lab.