Current Students and Alumni
The professors really make the program great. They care about every student, and will do all they can to help the student whether that means chatting about life, working on specific concepts that are particularly challenging or talking about career options. The professors are always easy to reach and willing to help.
The program has really helped me expand my critical thinking and problem solving skills. Often in class the professor will ask questions that leave the entire class at a loss for words, and in these moments, we as students must organize the massive amount of information taught to us to search for a specific explanation. This is a skill that can and will be used in all aspects of life.
— Jonathan Dannatt,' 14
Alumni: What They're Doing Now
Michael Shaloski, '10, is pursuing his Ph.D. in chemistry at the University of Wisconsin at a top-ten chem program.
D.J. Crowell, '11, is pursing his Ph.D. in chemistry at Georgia Tech after accepting a prestigious fellowship.
Laura McWilliams, '07, is pursuing a Ph.D. in chemistry at the University of Oregon after earning her masters during a 2-year stay in India.
Patrick McLaurin, '05, recently completed his Ph.D. in chemistry at Texas Tech.
Jason Martin, '04, completed his Ph.D. at the University of Arkansas.