Student Opportunities and Resources
These are some of the opportunities and resources available for students:
Participate in paid Summer Research Internships nationally and internationally. For a list of programs available visit
Come and explore theoretical research projects in nanotechnology, random motion in Molecular Motors, or the kinetics of chemical reactions. Learn how to use our high performance parallel computer. For more information visit:
H. Leonardo Martinez, Professor
Participate in the Synthesis of novel Inorganic chemicals and learn how to handle air sensitive materials using Schlenk lines and glove boxes. For more information visit:
Lihung Angel Pu, Assoc. Professor
Learn to sample materials at the nano-scale level. Learn to build novel sensors that use plasmon optical transmission properties to build extremely efficient and low cost IR sensors. For more information visit:
Kenneth Rodriguez, Assist. Professor
Get involved in undergraduate research in biochemistry and help elucidate the mechanisms underlying the radiation resistance of some cancer cells. For more more information visit:
Tilly Wang, Assoc. Professor
Online Homework and Teaching Materials
Find teaching auxiliary materials to help you improve your academic performance at: On-Line Homework and Teaching Materials.
George Wiger, Professor emeritus
Our Science Society organization is a Student Affiliate Chapter of the American Chemical Society. It sponsors scientific, educational, professional, and social activities.
Sofia Pappatheodorou, Assoc. Professor