Undergraduate Research at IC: Learn by Doing
The chemistry department is committed to mentoring our students on the art of research and providing them with opportunities to carry out research projects in every field of chemistry; including biochemistry, organic chemistry, theoretical chemistry, inorganic chemistry, environmental chemistry and materials science. Through this experience, you'll learn how to do science and have access to all the modern instrumentation to make your own meaningful contribution to our science.
An Undergraduate Oriented College
There is a lot of opportunity for research here at Ithaca College. And most importantly, since our focus is solely on undergraduate students, you'll have the chance to be centrally involved in our research activity from the very beginning. Check out faculty pages for specifics on our research programs.
See one of our recent graduates, Jason Diaz talk about his experience at IC; also here is Erin Grosstephan on her organic synthesis research and Matt Sprague on computational research in IC Chemistry.
Click on the links below to see each faculty area of interest in more detail.
- Vincent DeTuri, Physical and Analytical Chemistry
- Janet Hunting, Solid State Chemistry
- Akiko Fillinger, Analytical Chemistry
- Michael Haaf, Organic Chemistry
- Adam Steeves,
- Jesse Kleingardner,
- Anna Larsen, Inorganic and Organometallic Chemistry
- Scott Ulrich, Biochemistry and Organic Chemistry