Learning chemistry means gaining an understanding of the properties, composition, and structure of matter, the changes that alter the identity of substances, and the energy changes that take place during such transformations. Students explore the nature of the physical world, the problems facing a technological society, and the philosophy, methods, and limitations of science.
All faculty members involve students in their research programs, providing a highly valuable learning experience that prepares students for further education and careers.Learn more about research opportunities
Hugel Science Center houses classrooms, seminar rooms, and instrument room, along with laboratories dedicated to teaching analytical, biochemistry, general, organic, physical, and inorganic chemistry.Learn more about our facilities
Two Tenure-Track Chemistry Positions Available for Fall 2014
H. David HusicHead of Chemistry
Hugel Science Center
Easton, PA 18042-1768
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