Letter from the Chair
Over the past century, increasing attention has been given to science and technology as cornerstones of our national economic competitiveness, human welfare and security. Chemistry, the “central science,” has assumed a fundamental role in the new economy that has evolved. Advanced study in chemistry is more valuable and important than ever.
The graduate chemistry program at Clemson prepares M.S. and Ph.D. students for a variety of challenging careers in critical science and areas of technology such as advanced materials, fuel cells, drug design and synthesis, waste remediation, energy, nanoscience, nanotechnology and surface chemistry. Faculty perform cutting-edge research in some of the finest research facilities in the Southeast. The program is well-balanced, flexible and suited for students from a variety of backgrounds. Clemson University provides students with both an excellent campus and academic environment for advanced study. Faculty commitment extends to personal involvement in the research activities of our students.
Choosing a graduate school is a very important decision, and we invite you to examine Clemson’s graduate education and research opportunities in chemistry. This website tells about our University, its facilities, the campus environment, our chemistry faculty and their research. We hope that it will help you by answering many of your questions about graduate study. Finally, we hope that you will choose Clemson University chemistry for your graduate studies.
If you wish to learn more about our program, I urge you to call toll-free at 888-539-8854 (in U.S. & Canada) or 864-656-3095 (outside U.S. & Canada),or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would like to hear from you and welcome an opportunity to have you visit our department.
Dr. Karl Dieter
Professor and Chairman
Department of Chemistry