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  • Contact Information for Key Offices | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    for Key Offices Mailing Address Department of Chemistry Vanderbilt University 7330 Stevenson Center Station B 351822 Nashville TN 37235 Frequently Called Numbers Office Name Phone Number Chemistry Administrative Office 615 322 2861 Chemistry Storeroom 615 322 2581 Environmental Health and Safety 615 322 2057 Glass Shop 615 322 2647 Instrumental Laboratory 615 322 8171 NMR Lab 615 343 9255 Plant Operations during work hours 615 322 9675 Plant Operations EMS

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  • Location & Maps | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    Hygiene Plan Forms and Reservations Alumni Alumni Notes Giving Home Location Maps Location Maps The Department of Chemistry s administrative offices are located in Room 7333 in Stevenson Center The Stevenson Center SC is a cluster of several buildings with a unique numbering system Each room number is 4 digits long The first digit is the building number see red numbers in the accompanying map the Chemistry Building is building number 7 The second digit is the floor number The ground floor is floor 3 because there are two basements The Chemistry Building has only 5 floors Its elevator buttons just indicate floor number The last two digits give a particular room on that floor For example SC 7333 is on the ground floor of the Chemistry Building to get there you d press 3 on the elevator Related Links Parking Map Campus Map Vicinity Map Getting to Vanderbilt from the Interstates Getting to Vanderbilt from Nashville International Airport Where to Park The Wesley Place parking garage is at the corner of 21st Avenue South and Scarritt Place The address is 2001 Scarritt Place Nashville TN 37203 Public parking spaces are 52 170 GO Upcoming Events Prof Qiu Wang Duke

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  • News | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    Cited Researcher 6 22 2015 Stacy Sherrod mentioned in FCW article Organs the size of a smartphone screen 6 15 2015 Brian Bachmann and John McLean mentioned in C EN article Bacterial Fight Club Produces New Metabolites 6 1 2015 Craig Lindsley mentioned in Futurity article HIV s sweet tooth may be its downfall 5 26 2015 Richard Caprioli receives VUMC Academic Enterprise Faculty Award 5 21 2015 Jens Meiler noted for his research in Redesigned antibodies may control HIV study 5 15 2015 Jens Meiler mentioned in Reporter article VU lands 9 million NIH grant to design better flu vaccines 5 7 2015 Craig Lindsley mentioned as a leader of the VU group investigating a possible new approach to treating schizophrenia 5 5 2015 Alexis Wong Joseph Conrad and David Wright were recently selected as Phase I Finalists for the Follow that Cell Challenge 5 1 2015 Sandy Rosenthal was selected as the recipient of the Valparaiso University Alumni Association Distinguished Alumna Award this year 4 27 2015 Kyle Emmitte mentioned in a C EN article Scientists Search For Small Molecules To Treat Autism Spectrum Disorder 4 17 2015 Professor Bachmann describes his cave natural product discovery program as part of an HBO VICE news story on antibiotic resistance 4 15 2015 Professor Stephen Fesik mentioned in Nature article Cancer The Ras renaissance 4 8 2015 Alexander Geanes Meiler Group and Jade Bing Johnston Group selected to receive NSF research grant 2 15 2015 Professor Meiler has been elected as a Chancellor Faculty Fellow 12 22 2014 Mike Turo Awarded DOE Graduate Student Research SCGSR 11 26 2014 Professor David Wright has been elected as an AAAS Fellow 10 21 2014 Professor Townsend Studies the glycobiology of human milk 10 07 2014 Vanderbilt Chemistry Alumnus Samantha Arnett was featured

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  • Forms and Reservations | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    Current Students Faculty Listed by Research Area Listed Alphabetically Research Listed by Area Listed by Investigator Interdisciplinary Initiatives Colloquium Schedule Facilities Resources Administrative Resources Faculty Resources Laboratories Mass Spectrometry Research Center Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy NMR Chemistry Storeroom Glass Shop Chemical Hygiene Plan Forms and Reservations Alumni Alumni Notes Giving Home Forms and Reservations Forms and Reservations Room Reservation Projector Reservation Key Request Form Facility Request Form GO This is

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  • Undergraduate Programs | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    Resources Laboratories Mass Spectrometry Research Center Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy NMR Chemistry Storeroom Glass Shop Chemical Hygiene Plan Forms and Reservations Alumni Alumni Notes Giving Home Undergraduate Programs Undergraduate Programs The Department of Chemistry offers undergraduates a chemistry major that allows students to take advantage of world class lab facilities participate firsthand in significant research and prepare for careers in chemistry medicine and beyond The program begins with a comprehensive grounding in the disciplines of analytical organic physical inorganic and biological chemistry with a concentration in the area of your choice Your program of study culminates with a capstone laboratory experience and the opportunity to pursue graduate level coursework The Major Requirements Program of study Chemistry Handbook doc Course catalog Choosing an adviser doc Undergraduate Research Opportunities Beckman Scholars Program Vanderbilt Summer Undergraduate Research in Chemical Biology Program Vanderbilt Institute of Chemical Biology Internships Support Student employment Office of Financial Aid Careers in Medicine Health Professions Advisory Office Careers in Chemistry American Chemical Society Career Board Current students Contact Undergraduate Director Adam List Prospective students Apply to Vanderbilt GO Upcoming Events Prof Qiu Wang Duke University Recent News View RSS feed See Our Campus Your Vanderbilt Alumni Current Students Faculty

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  • The Chemistry Major | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    or both 1601 1602 and 1601L 1602L or 1901 1902 Required Chemistry Courses Hours toward major Chem 1601 1602 1601L 1602L or AP credit 0 Chem 2221 2222 or 2211 2212 2221L 2222L 8 Chem 2100 2100L 4 Chem 3300 or 3310 3 Chem 3315 1 BSCI 2520 3 Chem 3010 3 Two in depth chemistry courses 6 Chem 4965 4966 6 Minimum Hours for Chemistry Major 34 In depth chemistry courses include all 2000 level chemistry and higher courses not explicitly required except for Chem 3600 and 3980 4980 4999 Other in depth chemistry courses are Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering 3200 and 3250 and Earth and Environmental Sciences 4600 and any 5000 level chemistry lecture courses Qualified seniors interested in 5000 level courses must obtain approval from the course instructor their adviser and the director of graduate studies in chemistry Further details are found in the Academic Policies for the College of Arts and Science A maximum of 3 credit hours of chemistry research 3860 may be counted as in depth chemistry course hours Additional math courses such as Math 2300 and Math 2820 are highly recommended for the chemistry major Options for Concentration in Chemistry In depth chemistry courses can be chosen so as to define a focus area within chemistry Students should consult with their major adviser about focus area options or to formulate an individualized focus area option Further descriptions of these options and other recommended courses can be found in the chemistry major handbook on the chemistry department homepage Chemical Biology Focus The role of chemical processes in biological systems is fundamental to chemical biology The journal Nature Chemical Biology defines chemical biology as the use of chemistry to advance a molecular understanding of biology and the harnessing of biology to advance chemistry Chemical biology builds upon the disciplines of medicinal chemistry biochemistry pharmacology genetics bioorganic and organic chemistry Suggested in depth chemistry electives 3020 3710 3860 4210 4720 Chemical Sciences Focus This option provides a broad foundation of chemistry permitting flexibility in future career pathways and providing an excellent preparation for positions in chemical industry and for graduate programs in chemistry Suggested in depth chemistry electives 3120 3300 3310 3860 Environmental Chemistry Focus Environmental chemistry concerns the chemical phenomena that occur in nature Environmental chemistry spans atmospheric aquatic and soil chemistry with a reliance on analytical chemistry for methods of analysis Environmental chemistry can be applied to the understanding of issues such as ground water pollution wastewater treatment ozone depletion and greenhouse gas emissions Suggested in depth chemistry electives 3120 3300 3310 3860 EES 4600 Materials Chemistry Focus Materials chemistry is concerned with designing and synthesizing new materials with specific useful properties and determining the relationships between physical properties and the composition and structure of these new materials Materials chemistry encompasses all size regimes from bulk to nanoscale Synthetic chemistry inorganic and organic physical chemistry and analytical chemistry are all important components of this field Suggested in depth chemistry electives 3120 3630 2610 3310

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  • Undergraduate Research | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    research training and personal development of select students in chemistry biochemistry and the biological and medical sciences The sustained in depth undergraduate research experiences and comprehensive faculty mentoring are unique in terms of program scope content and level of scholarship awards 17 600 for two summers and one academic year Vanderbilt Summer Undergraduate Research in Chemical Biology Program The program runs for 10 weeks and is a hands on course designed to introduce chemistry biochemistry and biology students to the research processes and the interdisciplinary nature of contemporary research Students participate in a mini symposium on drug discovery attend seminars given by Vanderbilt Institute of Chemical Biology faculty working across disciplinary lines and participate in weekly discussions on relevant topics The summer program provides a 4 500 stipend on campus housing and 500 in travel expenses to Vanderbilt Learn more Internships Faculty members within the Vanderbilt Institute of Chemical Biology have summer positions for undergraduates To find these positions undergraduates should go to the VICB Members page and search for faculty who are doing research that interests them They should then contact that faculty member directly to inquire about summer research opportunities Each faculty member who has a position will

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  • Beckman Scholars Program | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    from a professor or graduate teaching assistant who is familiar with your laboratory skills 6 Write a short statement of career goals half page limit Write a 1 2 page that describes your long term career goals and how the VU BSP might help you achieve those goals Deliver completed applications addressed to Professor Jeffrey Johnston Campus Mail VU Chemistry Department 7330 Stevenson Center Station B 351822 Nashville TN 37235 Direct Delivery MRBIV 12435 Laboratories 12435H Office Timeline Applications Due Friday January 22 2016 Finalists Announced Friday January 29 2016 A committee will pick the top four to six candidates These finalists will be invited to interview Oral Presentations and Interviews Thursday February 4 2016 Each interview will include a 10 minute public presentation of the proposed research a 5 minute question period and a brief discussion with the selection committee The committee will deliberate the potential for each candidate to succeed in a research environment and through this his her potential to become a peer leader in undergraduate research at Vanderbilt Scholars Announced Tuesday February 9 2016 Scholar Tenure Start May 2016 Beckman Scholar Mentors All Scholars are guided by a BSP Mentor The VU BSP mentors include Seth Bordenstein Biological Sciences Walter Chazin Biological Sciences Chemistry David Cliffel Chemistry Brandt Eichman Biological Sciences Julian Hillyer Biological Sciences Lauren Jackson Biological Sciences Jeff Johnston Chemistry Janet Macdonald Chemistry John McLean Chemistry Jens Meiler Chemistry Antonis Rokas Biological Sciences Louise Rollins Smith Biological Sciences Michael Stone Chemistry Steve Townsend Chemistry Donna Webb Biological Sciences The Mentor guides the Scholars through the study of a research problem and provides an environment that trains the Scholar both intellectually and experimentally in the discipline of their choice The Mentors are experts in their scientific field and represent a diverse cross section of the Vanderbilt faculty in Chemistry and Biological Sciences The mentors are solely responsible for the scientific direction of the Scholar See the Beckman Scholars and Mentors Expectations for the Scholar The minimum time commitment is 40 hours per week during the summers and 15 hours per week during the academic year The summer commitment must be contiguous all travel must be completed before or after the summer tenure Questions regarding this policy should be addressed to the Director Scholars are required to travel to the Beckman Foundation for the annual Beckman Scholar Symposium held each August Arrangements and reimbursement for this event are handled by the Beckman Foundation Scholars with guidance from their Mentor will develop a high quality focused research problem that will ultimately lead to publication Scholars will support the Beckman Scholars Program in future years during the selection process and through various mentoring activities as requested by the Director Scholars are expected to develop into peer role models for others interested in scientific research careers This includes being competitive for and applying to national awards and continuing this track into graduate school PhD or MD PhD programs Scholars should not take courses including standardized test prep courses during

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