You’re intrigued by the physical and chemical reactions that occur when mixing substances in a lab. You’re curious about how molecules and atoms interact. You’re interested in the development of alternative energy sources to protect the environment. You want to know more about the role of forensics in modern science.
As a chemistry or environmental science major at Lander University, you’ll examine these issues and more in a program that gives you the freedom to explore your own interests while preparing for a successful career.
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Awards are granted annually to outstanding students within the department during a ceremony each spring.
The following are awards presented by the Department of Physical Sciences:
Lander students and alumni spent the week of Oct. 10 celebrating Homecoming with events throughout the week. This year’s celebration highlighted the 150th anniversary of the University with the theme “Bearcat 2072: The Next Era.”
“Hands-on learning is the best type of learning,” according to Lander University Professor of Physics Dr. David Slimmer, dean of the College of Science and Mathematics.
Lander University Lecturer of Chemistry Dr. Ashton Davis, the winner of this year’s Young Faculty Teaching Award, specializes in making general education chemistry courses more accessible for students.