• Mysteries Revealed: Discoveries in Chemistry

    In 2018-2019, Chemistry and Biochemistry faculty will share their insight into the history of chemical sciences, how it begin, and how our fundamental understanding has led to everyday, modern advances and medical breakthroughs. Who knew that the invention of beer making would kick start a... Read More

  • A Conversation Between Graduate Student Brittany Forte and her Mentor

    Story by Brittany Forte, Cancer Biology Graduate Interdisciplinary Program

    Brittany Forte (pictured right) works in the lab of Samuel Campos (pictured left), associate professor in the Department of Immunobiology and Cancer Biology... Read More
  • You're Invited to the CBC Homecoming "Magic" Show

    Please join CBC and the College of Science for a very special Homecoming on Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018.

    CBC students will present a FREE Science "Magic" Show for all ages from 11 am to 12 noon in Old Chemistry Building Room 111. Please ... Read More

Mysteries Revealed: Discoveries in Chemistry

A Conversation Between Graduate Student Brittany Forte and her Mentor

You're Invited to the CBC Homecoming "Magic" Show

Mysteries Revealed: Discoveries in Chemistry

A Conversation Between Graduate Student Brittany Forte and her Mentor

You're Invited to the CBC Homecoming "Magic" Show

Spotlights

Deputy Dean Kevin Moynahan has announced that Dr. Marc Tischler was selected by the medical student body to receive the College of Medicine Award for Dean's List for Excellence in Teaching, Year 2 in November, 2018. Congratulations, Marc, on a job well done!

Congratulations to our CBC Student of the Month for September 2018, Jakob Trammell!

During the spring of 2018, David Lasansky applied to the Undergraduate Biological Research Program (UBRP) and was selected to join the program for the summer while continuing his research under the direction of Dr. Indraneel Ghosh. Unfortunately, David ended up breaking his arm while roller-skating at an end of the semester meeting for U of A College of Science ambassadors which completely stopped his ability to do research for over 10 weeks.