• You're Invited to the Chemistry Club's "Magic" Show

    Please join the UA Chemistry Club for a special Homecoming event on Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019. Students in the UA Chemistry Club will present a FREE Science "Magic" Show suitable for all ages at 11 am in Room 111 of the Chemistry Building.

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  • Roger Miesfeld Appointed Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, UA Global

    Congratulations to University Distinguished Professor Roger Miesfeld, who has been appointed to the new position of Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in UA Global by Brent White, Vice-Provost and Dean for Global Affairs. International education is one of the five core pillars in the UA...

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  • Dr. Jani Ingram is the 2019 College of Science Alumna of the Year

    Congratulations to CBC alumna Jani Ingram, who has been selected as the 2019 College of Science Alumna of the Year. Dr. Ingram earned her Ph.D. in Chemistry in 1990 under the mentorship of  Dr. Jeanne Pemberton. Currently she is a Professor of Analytical and...

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You're Invited to the Chemistry Club's "Magic" Show

Roger Miesfeld Appointed Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, UA Global

Dr. Jani Ingram is the 2019 College of Science Alumna of the Year

You're Invited to the Chemistry Club's "Magic" Show

Roger Miesfeld Appointed Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, UA Global

Dr. Jani Ingram is the 2019 College of Science Alumna of the Year

Spotlights

The Program to Advance Women Scientists (PAWS) announces the election of officers for 2019-20:

Congratulations to the September 2019 Student of the Month, Alyssa Peterson.

Nominator Vivian Mendoza-Leon says, "Alyssa is an amazing organic chemistry preceptor who goes out of her way (outside of her office hours) to help me and other students review the lectures we've had. Alyssa is always willing to help by answering questions and explains things using analogies to help us understand and remember concepts."

This year, Soraya Sandoval has participated in the UA's Undergraduate Research Opportunities Consortium (UROC), which consists of several research programs that help underrepresented, low-income, or first-generation students obtain the skills necessary to succeed in graduate school. Soraya was part of the year-long Ronald E. McNair Achievement Program, a federally funded TRO program aimed towards preparing its scholars towards a doctoral degree.