We invite you to browse our collection of photos taken during a single spring semester Thursday afternoon. You will see what it is like to take classes, participate in labs, and have individual hands-on research projects with the faculty and staff of the IC Chemistry Department.
During Senior Week we invite our graduating seniors to Six Mile Creek Vineyard to celebrate their accomplishments with the department's faculty and staff. After the college commencement ceremony, many students return to the Center for Natural Sciences to be awarded their diploma and spend time together with friends and family before leaving Ithaca College for their next adventure.
Our student researchers presented their work at the 251st American Chemical Society National Convention in San Diego, CA in March 2016.
Held annually at the Sciencenter in Ithaca, Spooky Science invites halloweening children of all ages to come and show off their costumes and learn about science from our chemistry and biochemistry majors.
On June 10-13, 2015 Ithaca College hosted a highly successful Northeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society (NERM 2015).
In March 2015 a group of IC students traveled to the American Chemical Society's National Meeting in Denver, Colorado and presented four research talks.
Fall 2014 Topics in Chemistry & Biochemistry students along with Chemistry & Biochemistry students, faculty and staff visited Iron Kettle Farm!
Research studnets preforming demos at Cass Park Summer Camp in the summer of 2011
Students put on demonstrations for children at a local camp over the summer.
The chemistry club went to South Hill Elementary School and to the Longview retirement community to perform chemistry demonstrations. We also made liquid nitrogen ice cream!!
Author, poet, chemist, and 1981 Nobel Laureate Roald Hoffmann visited IC for his lecture "Old Wine, New Flasks: Reflections on Science and Jewish Tradition". Professor Hoffmann then joined the chemistry students and faculty for dinner at the Tower Club restaurant courtesy of the Chemistry Club.
View a collection of photos of students who have worked with me.
Investigates, through lecture and laboratory activities, the scientific basis of such topics as paints and pigments, metalworking and sculpture, dyes and fabrics, polymeric materials, and chemical hazards in art. Introduces students to basic chemical concepts and laboratory techniques, as well as modern analytical instruments. Lectures on the material history of art establish the context for the study of these chemical and analytical concepts.