UW Oshkosh Chemistry alumnus Adam Dach returning for Chemistry Seminar
On Friday, February 24 Adam Dach '11 and his colleague Brian Renzelmann will present a Chemistry Department Seminar about their careers at MilliporeSigma’s Pharmaceuticals Ingredients Division.
‘Opportunities are boundless’ for four nontraditional UWO chemistry majors
Senior chemistry majors Thomas Cisler and Chris Rabe, and brand new alumni Ethan Groshens and Blake Schroeder, were featured in a UW Oshkosh Today story.
Fall 2022 student awards
Chemistry Alumni Research Award: Ethan Groshens Robert Moore Scholarship for outstanding performance in Biochemistry: Maggie Gosz Outstanding performance in Chem 101/102: Luke Gaulke Outstanding performance in Chem 105/106: Jakob Rucinski
Congratulations to Fall 2022 Chemistry Graduates
Our chemistry graduates are leaving UW Oshkosh for positions in industry, chemistry PhD programs, and medical school. The chemistry majors graduating in December 2022, at the last department seminar of the year.
Chemistry alumna Sarah Schettle recognized as Outstanding Young Alumna
Sarah Schettle, who graduated from UW Oshkosh in 2008 with a double major in Chemistry and Spanish, is now a Physician Assistant and Assistant Professor of Surgery at Mayo Clinic. She was recognized at the 2022 Outstanding Alumni Banquet. Read more about her...
The UW Oshkosh Department of Chemistry offers American Chemical Society-certified bachelor’s degrees in chemistry and biochemistry, as well as chemistry with an emphasis in biomolecular science (for those interested in medical fields), and chemistry–secondary education.
WHY SHOULD YOU STUDY CHEMISTRY AT UW OSHKOSH?
Our graduates are in demand! Watch our video, and look through this website, to find out what UW Oshkosh Chemistry students can do.
Goals and Objectives of the Department
To provide a high-quality, challenging, and modern curriculum which will prepare students for graduate/professional studies and employment in chemistry or related fields.
To offer courses that attract, challenge, and serve students majoring in disciplines other than chemistry, including providing courses that fulfill general education requirements for both the associate and bachelor’s degrees.
To promote the professional development of its faculty and staff by encouraging and supporting their scholarly and research activities.
To encourage and support undergraduate students to participate in research activities.
To maintain and enhance sustainable outreach activities through the use of government, University, local business and community liaisons.
Location and Hours
The Chemistry Department Office is
Halsey Science Center, Room 432.
The office is usually open
8:00 am - 2:30 pm.
Department of Chemistry
800 Algoma Blvd.
Oshkosh, WI 54901