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Chemistry doctoral programs at Clark University
Clark University awarded 11 Doctoral degree in research/scholarship, 0 Doctoral degree in professional practice and 0 Doctoral degree in other fields in year 2021. Professor Luis Smith speaks to two students in a chemistry lab. A high-impact, personalized learning experience: It’s the hallmark of the Chemistry doctoral program at The Gustaf H. Carlson School of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Clark University. Our program enables graduate students to conduct fundamental research in the areas of biochemistry with a relationship to health and material science with an energy production and conservation focus while tailoring their study to meet their research needs. Graduate students have access to state-of-the-art labs and specialized equipment, including multiple NMR spectrometers. Graduate students receive full tuition remission for five years and receive a stipend for teaching assistantships. Our goal is to train graduate students to become independent researchers and academic leaders. While our research areas fall in biochemistry with a relationship to health and material science with an energy production and conservation focus, we offer a variety of specializations including:. Graduate students receive full tuition remission for five years and serve as teaching assistants for two semesters. These offer a 12-month stipend plus tuition remission. Support beyond the fifth year may be requested. Graduate student female gettng specimans from samples in lab. Clark chemistry’s research lives in the Jeppson Laboratory and the Arthur M. Sackler Sciences Center, which connects with the Physics, Mathematics, and Computer Science Building. The buildings offer than 50,000 square feet of research and teaching laboratories, lecture and seminar rooms, department offices, an impressive cache of equipment and instrumentation usually found at larger institutions, and the Carlson Science Library. Clark’s chemistry Ph.D. program trains scholars to work in academic and professional fields.