All incoming Chemistry Ph.D. and Chemistry M.S. students will need to select a research advisor by the end of their first semester. A large amount of your time in the graduate program will involve research, so it is important that you select a research group that you find interesting and in-line with your research goals.
The advisor selection process involves meeting with five faculty members and selecting your top three choices. The department will contact the advisors by listed order.
You must collect the signature of each advisor you meet with and then turn in the selection form to Erica Walsh, the Graduate Program Assistant.