Class of 2014
The faculty and staff of the Department of Chemistry work to maintain an excellent student-centered curriculum, a supportive environment, and a vibrant intellectual community for Chemistry majors and non-majors alike. We strive to mentor students to become ethical, productive members of society who apply their scientific knowledge and skills in a broad range of endeavors.
Our curriculum emphasizes the integration of teaching and research. Consequently, we work with the students as they construct their Chemistry knowledge and develop the skills (laboratory, instrumentation, information literacy, problem solving, oral and written communication, time management) necessary to succeed.
Susan Solomon, the Ellen Swallow Richards Professor of atmospheric chemistry and climate science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, to give the Helen Murray Free Endowment Lectures on October 15, 2013. Solomon is well known for having pioneered the theory explaining why the ozone hole occurs in antarctica. Time magazine named Solomon as one of the 100 most influential people in the world. Learn More »
Ruth W. and A. Morris Williams Jr. give $15 million to support sciences at Wooster. Learn More »
Indeed Schwinn is serious about research, and her Wooster roots guide her to this day. “Wooster taught me how to think critically,” she says. “It’s where I learned how to work through a problem, rather than simply answer a question.”
Areas of Study
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