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The Department of Chemistry is pleased to announce that Dr. Ruobo Zhou will be joining its faculty as an assistant professor of chemistry on January 1, 2021.
First time TAs often struggle with everything from time management to dealing with tricky student situations. That’s why Teaching Professor Mary Jo Bojan decided to launch a TA mentorship program for new TAs within the Department of Chemistry.
Our department offers a rich variety of opportunities and resources. I think you will find the Department of Chemistry at Penn State to be an exceptionally exciting, welcoming, and inclusive place and we hope that you can visit and explore the many opportunities here.
Joseph Cotruvo, Jr., Louis Martarano Career Development Professor of Chemistry, has been named a recipient of a grant from the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Early Career Research Program in support of his work on the rare earth metal-binding protein lanmodulin and its applications to efficiently separate the technologically critical rare earths from other elements.
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Our faculty are dedicated educators and researchers who are recognized leaders in their fields.