Why Study Chemistry at Juniata?
Angie Sauers '02 and Richard Hark use a fiber optic forensic light source to look at chemically treated fingerprints.
- Ranked very high nationally in the percentage of graduates getting a Ph.D.
- Flexible curriculum makes it easy to study abroad and combine chemistry with other majors. Or, tailor a POE to your interests.
- Excellent facilities and equipment
Interested in Chemistry?
- Organic Chemistry: Juniata welcomes Dr. John Unger, previously of Pomona College, who joined department in the summer of 2012.
- Biochemistry: Juniata welcomes Dr. Dan Dries, previously at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, who joined the department in the fall of 2012.
Katie Houston '12, who is at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, was awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship
- Pa. Science Olympiad Results from Juniata College
- Juniata to Host State Science Olympiad Finals
- Juniata Music Students Perform at Honors Recital
Katerina Korch '12 is the winner of the Iota Sigma Pi Undergraduate Award for Excellence in Chemistry. Iota Sigma Pi is the National Honor Society of Women in Chemistry and they give only one award a year. Katerina also was awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship for her graduate school career at Cal Tech, and was selected as an alternate in the competition for a Fulbright Fellowship.