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Chemists have solutions.
Chemistry brings people and problems together. As chemists, our studies range from the measurement of physical properties to the biological effects of small molecules.
Study in chemistry forms a firm foundation for progress in many other disciplines. Students who have studied chemistry at Alma College are currently solving environmental problems, working to provide energy solutions, developing pharmaceuticals and treating patients, among many other applications and careers. Learn more about what you can do with a chemistry degree.
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Our program’s quality and completeness is certified by the American Chemical Society for the training of professional chemists. You can view our course requirements or you can view some of our suggested pathways to a Chemistry major, including specific advice to those interested in pursuing pre-medicine. Read More ➞
February 3, 2015
9 p.m. - 9:30 p.m., Dow 132
Math Club Meeting
Math Club will meet in Dow 132 (Physics classroom) from 9:00 to 9:30 p.m. (sponsored by the Math Club).
The Dow Digital Science Center will be a place for the collection and storage of data and remote sensing instrumentation. Linking data from remote sensors to the DDSC will immerse students and faculty in STEM research.
“We want to get more students excited about science through laboratory and field experiences that are tied to local issues and have personal meaning.” — Jeff Abernathy
Full-time employment reaches highest level in six years.
Fort Gratiot senior Christine Cuthbertson has been pursuing her interest in science since high school, and she shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon…
Daniel Jaremko made the choice to attend Alma College based on the chance to take a human dissection class — a rare feature at an undergraduate institution — along with the opportunities provided by the school and, most importantly, the faculty…
Swartz Creek junior Sarah Cox has had a passion for science since she was in the sixth grade, and it has only grown with time…