Keith J. Stine, Chair
Undergraduate Program Advising
Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards
Research for Undergraduates
Graduate Program Overview
Application to Graduate Program
Graduate Program Contact Information
Faculty Contact Information
Graduate Student Seminars
Robert W. Murray Lecture
Distinguished Alumni Lecture
Visiting Speaker Seminars
SEMINARS FOR THE SPRING SEMESTER 2022 WILL ALL BE CONDUCTED VIA ZOOM. Our seminars are open to the public. For the link e-mail or call Professor O'Brien whose contact info is on the department website
Normally Monday Chemistry Colloquium presentations are held on Mondays at 4:00 - 4:50 pm in Benton Hall (BH) 103. Seminars are attended by faculty, postdocs, and graduate students from all divisions, as well as undergraduate chemistry majors typically in their final semester.
|Jan 24||Dr. Rachel Henken, UMSL Environmental Health and Safety, "Hazardous Waste, Unwanted Material, or Trash"||Stine|
Dr. Rachel Henken, UMSL Environmental Health and Safety, "Updates on Lab Safety, EHS, and Communication"
Dr. Rajamoni Jagan, UMSL, "X-ray Crystallography-Crystal Structure Determination and Intermolecular Interactions"
|Feb 14||Professor Robert J. Comito, University of Houston, Department of Chemistry; “Amination methods for complex molecule and polymer synthesis.”||O'Brien|
|Feb 21||Professor Piotr Mak, Department of Chemistry, St. Louis University (Physical, Biophysical.||O'Brien|
Professor Gary Meints, Missouri State University, “Impact of DNA Damage on Backbone Conformational Equilibrium and a Possible Role in Damage Recognition.”
|Mar 21||ACS National Meeting San Diego CA (March 20-24, 2022)|
|Mar 28||Spring Break|
|Apr 4||Dr. Brianna White, Bayer Crop Sciences, St. Louis, "Analytical Chemistry in the Agricultural Industry"||Stine|
Professor Chris Arnatt Department of Chemistry, St. Louis University. “Targeting Orphan GCPRs for Non-Opoid Treatments of Neuropathic Pain.”
|Apr 18||Professor Lynmarie Thompson, Department of Chemistry, University of Massachusetts, “NMR and hydrogen exchange of chemoreceptor complexes suggest signaling occurs via stabilization of a disordered domain.”||McDowell|
35th Annual Distinguished Alumni Lecture and Department Awards. Sean D. Dingman, BS 1994, PhD 1999, (Washington University). Senior Technical Service Specialist at OxyChem, a Houston-based Oil and Energy Company, "La Chemica Vita", Details to follow.