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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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Undergraduate Advising


The undergraduate advising program in chemistry and biochemistry is designed to help the student plan both undergraduate training and to look forward to a career in chemistry, biochemistry, or a related field. A faculty advisor will assist in developing a program of study from the beginning course to graduation, with modifications whenever necessary or desirable. In order for this advising to be effective the student should plan on meeting with an advisor as soon as an interest is declared in chemistry/biochemistry and on a regular basis thereafter, especially at the start of the senior year. Transfer students are encouraged to meet with an advisor before enrolling.


Dr. Michael Koscho

Chemistry and Biochemistry
Faculty Advisor


Dr. Michael Koscho

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
1253 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403-1253
koscho@uoregon.edu

Students with advising questions are encouraged to contact Dr. Michael Koscho or visit the Peer Advising Center.
Dr. Koscho is available by appointment or during his walk-in advising hours.

Dr. Koscho's walk-in advising hours for Spring term are Mondays, 1:00-2:00pm and Thursdays, 11:00am-12:00pm, beginning March 31, 2014. No appointment is necessary during walk-in advising hours, which are held in 175 Onyx Bridge.

To make an appointment with Dr. Koscho outside his walk-in advising hours, call the Chemistry and Biochemistry office at 541-346-4601.