Bowling Green's proud tradition of excellence in chemistry begins with a dedicated faculty providing a wide range of courses, including sequences in biochemistry, analytical, organic, physical, inorganic chemistry, and opportunities in materials science. Courses are supported with excellent laboratory facilities and state of the art instrumentation. Chemistry has been central to the development of an interdisciplinary program in materials science and is an important part of BGSU's program in scientific computing.
Along with a B.S. in Chemistry, the Department also offers a M.S. degree in Chemistry and a Ph.D. in Photochemical Sciences. The Center for Photochemical Sciences and the Department of Chemistry have developed a uniquely focused Ph.D. program in the photochemical sciences, designed for students with backgrounds in physics, biological sciences or chemistry. The coursework prepares students in the area of photochemistry and photophysics, and examines applications in fundamental areas of chemistry, materials science, biological sciences, physics, and spectroscopy and/or photopolymer science.
Graduates of the Bowling Green chemistry program are sought after by graduate schools, medical and dental schools, by the chemical industry, and in many allied research entities around the United States. The University has had a long-standing commitment to public education in the State of Ohio, and many of the finest chemistry teachers in the State are counted among Bowling Green's nearly 100,000 living alumni. Graduate students and post-doctoral research associates come to the university from many states and a number of foreign countries to study in specific research programs directed by Bowling Green's chemistry professors.
August 28, 2014
BGSU undergrads make strides in photochemical sciences
April 28, 2014
Photochemical Sciences graduate student Sergey Matveev receives the 2014 McMaster Graduate research Fellowship
December 6, 2013
Center for Photochemical Sciences searches for new director
December 2, 2013
Students grasp concepts with online 'Constructive Chemistry"
September 26, 2013
New organic chemistry lab hosts open house
March 25, 2013
Forensic science specialization to be offered at BGSU
January 28, 2013
Alumni honors Dr. Tom Kinstle for fueling his energy research
January 15, 2013
SPIE highlights Doug Neckers as a pioneer in stereolithography
All seminars will be held in Overman Hall 123 at 3:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
October 15, 2014
Samuel Thomas-Tufts University
October 22, 2014
Jason Benedict- University of Buffalo
October 29, 2014
Jon Sprague-Ohio AG Center for Future of Forensic Science, BGSU
November 5, 2014
Katherine Franz-Duke University
November 21, 2014
Cassandra Fraser - University of Virginia
December 3, 2014
December 10, 2014
Stephen Maldonado-University of Michigan