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  • Core Facilities, University of Cincinnati
    Undergraduate Students Graduate Students Departments Departments Centers and Institutes Interdisciplinary Programs Student Services Faculty Staff A S Business Office Faculty Staff Listing Faculty Achievements Tributes Current Employees Technology Resources Prospective Employees Campus Resources Alumni Friends Share Your News News Events Distinguished Alumni Awards College Advisory Board Hire a McMicken Grad Make an Impact Giving Support College Priorities Department of Chemistry About the Department Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Faculty and Staff Research and Scholarship Core Facilities Mass Spectrometry Facility Electronics and Instrumentation Facility Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Facility X Ray Crystallography Chemical Sensors Biosensors Alumni and Community News Events and Seminars Safety Resources Career Opportunities Giving Calendar Core Facilities The department s core facilities and equipment are available to researchers worldwide and a fee list for specific services can be found at the web site for each facility Where necessary instruction and assistance in using the instrumentation are available Core Facilities Chemical Sensors Biosensors NMR Facility R Marshall Wilson Mass Spectrometry Facility Richard C Elder X ray Crystallography Facility In addition to the core facilities the Department offers a number of other services primarily for internal users although external clients can inquire at each shop for availability and pricing Departmental Shops and

    Original URL path: http://www.artsci.uc.edu/departments/chemistry/core-facilities.html (2015-11-11)
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  • Alumni and Community, University of Cincinnati
    Minors Certificates 3 Year Programs Pre Professional Tracks 4 1 Programs bachelor s master s Master s Degrees Doctoral Degrees Graduate Certificates Summer classes Students Apply Undergraduate Students Graduate Students Departments Departments Centers and Institutes Interdisciplinary Programs Student Services Faculty Staff A S Business Office Faculty Staff Listing Faculty Achievements Tributes Current Employees Technology Resources Prospective Employees Campus Resources Alumni Friends Share Your News News Events Distinguished Alumni Awards College Advisory Board Hire a McMicken Grad Make an Impact Giving Support College Priorities Department of Chemistry About the Department Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Faculty and Staff Research and Scholarship Core Facilities Alumni and Community Information for the Business and Scientific Community Industrial Affiliates Program The Oesper Award Program and Symposium The Hans and Marlies Zimmer International Scholar Program News Events and Seminars Safety Resources Career Opportunities Giving Calendar Alumni and Community Resources Office of Development Alumni Association Career Services Discounts Memberships Request Your Transcript Connect ChemBond Department Newsletter Give Us Your Updates Alumni Chapters Groups UC Alumni Association Social Media McMicken Monthly e Newsletter McMicken Magazine UC Magazine UC Research Magazine UC Alumni Association on Facebook Join the Alumni Association on LinkedIn Events Lectures College Event Lecture Calendar Annual Oesper

    Original URL path: http://www.artsci.uc.edu/departments/chemistry/alumni-and-community.html (2015-11-11)
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  • News, Events and Seminars, University of Cincinnati
    Summer classes Students Apply Undergraduate Students Graduate Students Departments Departments Centers and Institutes Interdisciplinary Programs Student Services Faculty Staff A S Business Office Faculty Staff Listing Faculty Achievements Tributes Current Employees Technology Resources Prospective Employees Campus Resources Alumni Friends Share Your News News Events Distinguished Alumni Awards College Advisory Board Hire a McMicken Grad Make an Impact Giving Support College Priorities Department of Chemistry About the Department Undergraduate Programs Graduate

    Original URL path: http://www.artsci.uc.edu/departments/chemistry/news-events-and-seminars.html (2015-11-11)
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  • Safety, University of Cincinnati
    Prospective Employees Campus Resources Alumni Friends Share Your News News Events Distinguished Alumni Awards College Advisory Board Hire a McMicken Grad Make an Impact Giving Support College Priorities Department of Chemistry About the Department Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Faculty and Staff Research and Scholarship Core Facilities Alumni and Community News Events and Seminars Safety Resources Career Opportunities Giving Calendar Safety Emergency Procedures In the event of a fire serious injury or other life threatening situation call Emergency Assistance at 911 When a biological chemical or radioactive spill occurs or other hazardous environmental situations such as possible gas leaks air or water quality concerns call Environmental Health and Safety at 556 4968 or 556 1111 8 a m 5 p m M F or Campus Police at 911 nights weekends and holidays After contacting the appropriate emergency responders you should alert your supervisor and or the main office at 556 9200 Remember to have your name number location and any other pertinent information available at the time of the call It is important to inform the safety office and the police if any one has been injured or if there has been a personal exposure Non Emergency Contacts For Physical Plant trouble such as leaking pipes electrical faults air conditioning problems call the West Campus maintenance shop at 556 6404 For Custodial assistance call the Custodial Help Desk 556 9985 MSDS Information and Related Sites ChemFinder ChemSpy chemistry chemical eng related terms definitions synonyms acronyms abbreviations MSDS scientific publications physical data of chemical compounds worldwide data and spectral data Useful Safety Links Chemistry Emergency Response Plan Environmental Health and Safety Environmental Health Safety Interactive Training Center MSDS Forms Lab Safety Emergency Procedures Safety Compliance Training Quiz Safety Seminar Office of Radiation Safety University Health Services Research Compliance Training Important Numbers EMERGENCY

    Original URL path: http://www.artsci.uc.edu/departments/chemistry/safety.html (2015-11-11)
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  • Resources, University of Cincinnati
    Graduate Students Departments Departments Centers and Institutes Interdisciplinary Programs Student Services Faculty Staff A S Business Office Faculty Staff Listing Faculty Achievements Tributes Current Employees Technology Resources Prospective Employees Campus Resources Alumni Friends Share Your News News Events Distinguished Alumni Awards College Advisory Board Hire a McMicken Grad Make an Impact Giving Support College Priorities Department of Chemistry About the Department Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Faculty and Staff Research and Scholarship Core Facilities Alumni and Community News Events and Seminars Safety Resources Software Career Opportunities Giving Calendar Resources Software Page accessible only from on campus or via VPN UC Chemistry Biology Library New Digital Collections Site the Oesper Collections in the History of Chemistry Major Databases National Centers Pedro s Biomolecular Research Tools a very comprehensive list of database tools and other programs to analyze biological molecules PubMed Subset Query Form online literature searches for Medline hightly recommended American Elements describes the research and uses of each of the elements including properties safety data and applications Chemistry Related Associations American Association for the Advancement of Science AAAS American Chemical Society The Cincinnati Section of the ACS American Crystallographic Association ACA Pittsburgh Diffraction Society PDS International Union of Pure and Applied

    Original URL path: http://www.artsci.uc.edu/departments/chemistry/resources.html (2015-11-11)
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  • Career Opportunities, University of Cincinnati
    provides a solid measure of the quality of the education these students have received Finally those graduates who seek employment in the chemical industry with a baccalaureate degree are generally quite successful in the job market Career Opportunities for Graduate Students Whether your career goals lean toward industry teaching or government a PhD in chemistry provides the framework for a lifetime of achievement and leadership in those and other challenging arenas Of industrial positions for PhD chemists nearly half are in pharmaceuticals or biotechnology The University of Cincinnati PhD program in chemistry prepares students for jobs in all of these sectors We find that our students take jobs in these sectors in approximately the same ratio as the national average Postdoctoral research in chemistry broadens the expertise of the students allowing them to bring existing skills to a new technical problem and or to develop depth in a somewhat new area of chemistry More than 50 percent of new PhD chemists do postdoctoral research before beginning their first permanent positions 52 percent in 2004 Chemical Engineering News April 18 2005 p 52 A PhD chemist in industry generally begins his or her career in a research and development R D laboratory A scientist in industry is called on to provide leadership in research technology and projects resulting in new and or improved products processes or technical methodologies In all cases the PhD chemist must demonstrate technical competence depth and breadth in the field ability to define and solve problems the ability to communicate orally and in writing and the ability to work in often interdisciplinary teams The ability to lead and motivate is crucial since almost all PhD scientists in industry will supervise one or more laboratory workers early in their career Most companies have a dual ladder system in their R D organization This means that a scientist can gain recognition and promotion either as a technical expert individual contributor or as a manager in R D The former usually demands a deep understanding of science the ability to define short and long term goals of projects the ability to define and solve problems and the ability to run the day to day operations of an individual laboratory Management jobs incorporate many of the above components but put a premium on communication and leadership skills Our PhD graduates are well qualified to succeed in either path PhD level jobs with the federal government e g FDA require skills similar to those in industry although the focus is more on technical methodologies than on new products or processes Due in part to the geographical proximity to UC of several government labs we send more of our graduates to these positions than the national average Teaching positions in chemistry at PhD granting universities require time to be split about 60 30 10 among research teaching and service At four year colleges this split is about 31 52 17 A T Schwartz et al And Gladly Teach A Resource Book for Chemists

    Original URL path: http://www.artsci.uc.edu/departments/chemistry/career-opportunities.html (2015-11-11)
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  • Giving, University of Cincinnati
    John J Alexander Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowship Chemistry Educational Development Fund Calendar Giving In today s environment contributions from individuals like you are tremendously important to McMicken College its students faculty staff and facilities Gifts support academic programs scholarships faculty and student research Now more than ever gifts that promote standards of excellence in liberal arts and sciences education are fundamentally important to the future of the College Your donation will help to guarantee programs continue their work well into the future Continue the tradition of learning and discovery by ensuring the vitality of the arts and sciences by giving online today There are other ways to give to McMicken including appreciated securities personal property or planned giving opportunities The College staff will work closely with you and your financial advisers to ensure your gift achieves your individual goals Contact the Office of Development for more information about giving to McMicken and the Department of Chemistry or call 513 556 0862 See how the University of Cincinnati Foundation is working with McMicken to help fund opportunities for faculty staff and students There are a number of significant Departmental activities supported solely by gifts from alumni and friends of the Department The department s financial support target encompasses two areas Financial Aid and Scholarship including new and existing funds for undergraduates and graduate students Our goal is to increase the amount of scholarship dollars available to attract the most outstanding undergraduate and graduate students and to also support the most needy students majoring in Chemistry We have a number of existing scholarship funds that could benefit from additional donations If interested you can designate your donation to this area and we will use your generous gift to enhance those funds most in need Faculty and Staff Support including new faculty hires

    Original URL path: http://www.artsci.uc.edu/departments/chemistry/giving.html (2015-11-11)
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  • Calendar, University of Cincinnati
    Graduate Certificates Summer classes Students Apply Undergraduate Students Graduate Students Departments Departments Centers and Institutes Interdisciplinary Programs Student Services Faculty Staff A S Business Office Faculty Staff Listing Faculty Achievements Tributes Current Employees Technology Resources Prospective Employees Campus Resources Alumni Friends Share Your News News Events Distinguished Alumni Awards College Advisory Board Hire a McMicken Grad Make an Impact Giving Support College Priorities Department of Chemistry About the Department Undergraduate

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