Chemistry students at Widener benefit from small class sizes where they work closely with faculty. Students also have access to state-of-the-art instrumentation and computers. An independent study project in the junior or senior year provides each student an opportunity to investigate a topic of their choice in greater depth than is possible in a regular class. For more information on the Chemistry programs at Widener, contact Dr. Loyd Bastin at 610/499-4022 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Undergraduate research is an important part of the chemistry curriculum. Every student participates in at least one semester of research with a faculty mentor in the department. Most students then give a presentation at the campus wide annual student projects day. Many students also give these presentations at regional or national meetings.
Deaprtment of Chemistry
One University Place
Chester PA 19013
Dr. Loyd Bastin