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2014 Beckman Scholars Program
The UO Chemistry Department will be awarding prestigious Beckman Research Scholarships to qualifying undergraduate research students. 2014 Beckman Scholars Information

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2013 Chemistry Newsletter
The Department of Chemistry Newsletter is now available.
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Study Abroad TASSEP (TransAtlantic Science Student Exchange Program) is ideal for UO under-graduate science majors who wish to experience a year of studying and living in Europe.
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Information for Prospective Undergraduate Students


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Visiting the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Prospective students are encouraged to plan an individual visit to the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department when they visit the UO campus. Students may request an informational meeting, a tour of the department, and/or an opportunity to sit in on a chemistry class.


Dr. Julie Haack

Dr. Julie Haack
Departmental Contact for Prospective Students

The departmental contact for prospective students is the Assistant Department Head, Dr. Julie Haack. Prospective students are encouraged to contact Dr. Haack with any questions they may have about the UO Undergraduate Chemistry and Biochemistry programs.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Haack, or to arrange a department visit and tour, please call the Chemistry and Biochemistry Office at (541) 346-4601.


Email: jhaack@uoregon.edu
Phone: (541) 346-4604


Locating the Chemistry and Biochemistry Office

The Chemistry and Biochemistry Office is located in 91 Klamath Hall. From East 13th Street, enter Willamette Hall and proceed directly across the atrium to Klamath Hall. As you enter Klamath Hall, the office is on your right.

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