Research is a core activity for the faculty members in the chemistry department. Each professor works with several undergraduate students on cutting edge projects. Students have the opportunity to serve as co-authors on publications and give presentations at regional and national conferences such as:
Students can do research during the academic year for credit (CHE 294 or CHE 395Y) or participate in the Goucher Summer Science Research Program, in which students work for 8 weeks and receive a $3,600 stipend. Students interested in summer research should discuss projects with potential faculty mentors no later than February.