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Chemists engage in a discovery of matter that forms our universe. Gannon's chemistry program will enrich your scientific research by exposing you to the wonders of the properties and transformations of matter, leading you to exciting careers in teaching, preserving the environment, advocating scientific policies, and even solving crimes.
Gain real-world knowledge through a nationally recognized curriculum based on American Chemical Society recommendations. Specialized classes include:
Structural Biochemistry: Study the structure and function of biologically important compounds including amino acids, proteins, nucleic acids, enzymes, carbohydrates and lipids.
Advanced Instrumental Analysis: Examine the major instrumental methods used in analytical chemistry. Organic
Chemistry Laboratory: Study the reactions of organic molecules and identify compounds using spectroscopic methods.
Students will experience a high-quality scientific education and advanced undergraduate research that will enable success in the rigors of graduate school or their profession. Gannon's chemistry students can:
“Since becoming a chemistry major, I’ve loved my experience at Gannon so much. It was truly the faculty who made me believe I was meant to go into this field and feel like I had found my calling.”
Phone: 814-871-7240Toll Free: 1-800-426-6668
Office Location:Gitnik Manse162 W. Sixth St.
Keith KriseAssociate ProfessorDirector, Chem. Engr.Prg.Chairperson
Lisa NogajProfessorAssc Dean, School of ScienceChairperson
Ria BetushAssistant Professor
Betty Jo ChitesterAssistant Professor
Matthew HeerbothAssociate Professor
Timothy LaherAssociate Professor
Christine SaberAssociate Professor
Natalie StanoAssistant Professor
Katharine WinchellAssistant Professor
Nikki BlattenbergerAdjunct Lecturer
Shawn FeiockAdjunct Lecturer
Mary MullenAdjunct Lecturer
Robert StallbaumAdjunct Lecturer
Cynthia WillisAdjunct Lecturer