This coming week, Penn State is moving to a remote-classroom environment. Keep reading for more information.
Given the continuing challenge and uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic and to protect the health of students, faculty and staff, Penn State has made the decision to extend virtual delivery of courses into the summer.
Penn State chemistry majors have opportunities to work with some of the best research groups in the world on projects that have the potential to impact many of the most important issues facing our society today. Each year nearly seventy-five percent of our majors work in a research group during the academic year or the summer term.
The Department of Chemistry is pleased to announce that chemistry majors Cristina Craescu, Danny Glickman, and Ryan Lai have been named new recipients of the John and Elizabeth Holmes Teas Scholarship. The students join previous scholarship recipients Devon Sweeder and Jordan Ort, who continue to receive support from the scholarship.
Scholarship application deadlines are approaching. Be sure to apply today!
From the classroom to the lab, innovation is always in the air at Penn State. We are always working to offer students exciting and challenging educational experiences, in and outside the classroom. Keep reading to learn how we’re leading the way in education and research!