Chair: Chi H. Mak, Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor and Donald P. and Katherine B. Loker Chair in Organic Chemistry: George A. Olah, Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry: Arieh Warshel, Ph.D.
Lloyd Armstrong, Jr. Chair for Science and Engineering: Hanna Reisler, Ph.D.
Ray R. Irani, Chairman of Occidental Petroleum Corp., Chair in Chemistry: James F. Haw, Ph.D.
Paul A. Miller Chair in Letters, Arts and Sciences: Curt Wittig, Ph.D.
Harold and Lillian Moulton Chair in Chemistry: Nicos Petasis, Ph.D.
George A. and Judith A. Olah Nobel Laureate Chair in Hydrocarbon Chemistry: G.K. Surya Prakash, Ph.D.
Professors: Stephen E. Bradforth, Ph.D.; Lin Chen, Ph.D. (Biological Sciences); Xiaojiang Chen, Ph.D. (Biological Sciences); Thomas C. Flood, Ph.D.; Myron F. Goodman, Ph.D. (Biological Sciences); Thieo E. Hogen-Esch, Ph.D.; Anna Krylov, Ph.D.; Daniel A. Lidar, Ph.D. (Electrical Engineering); Chi H. Mak, Ph.D.*; Charles E. McKenna, Ph.D.*; Richard W. Roberts, Ph.D. (Chemical Engineering); Kenneth L. Servis, Ph.D.; Lawrence A. Singer, Ph.D.*; Mark E. Thompson, Ph.D.; Andrey Vilesov, Ph.D.
Associate Professors: Alexander Benderskii, Ph.D.; Julio Camarero, Ph.D. (Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences); Kyung Woon Jung, Ph.D.; Peter Z. Qin, Ph.D.; Clay C. Wang, Ph.D. (Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences); Chongwu Zhou, Ph.D. (Electrical Engineering)
Assistant Professors: Richard L. Brutchey, Jr., Ph.D.; Stephen B. Cronin, Ph.D. (Electrical Engineering/Electrophysics); Jahan Dawlaty, Ph.D.; Brent Melot, Ph.D.; Matthew Pratt, Ph.D.; Susumu Takahashi, Ph.D.; Barry C. Thompson, Ph.D.; Travis J. Williams, Ph.D.; Chao Zhang, Ph.D.
Professors (Research): Karl O. Christe, Ph.D.; Sri Narayan, Ph.D.
Associate Professor (Research): Golam Rasul, Ph.D.
Assistant Professors (Research): Peter Djurovich, Ph.D.; Ralf Haiges, Ph.D.; Terry Takahashi, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor (Teaching): Jessica Parr, Ph.D.
Lecturers: Thomas M. Bertolini, Ph.D.; Rebecca Broyer, Ph.D.
Emeritus Professors: Robert A. Beaudet, Ph.D.; David A. Dows, Ph.D.; Otto Schnepp, Ph.D.; Gerald A. Segal, Ph.D.; Philip Stephens, Ph.D.; Howard S. Taylor, Ph.D.; William P. Weber, Ph.D.*
The Department of Chemistry offers degree programs that provide undergraduate and graduate students with core instruction and excellent research opportunities. Undergraduate programs leading to the B.S. and B.A. degrees are offered. The B.S. degree is intended for persons preparing for careers in chemistry and satisfies the guidelines for a chemistry degree recommended by the American Chemical Society. The B.A. degree is designed for students who wish a concentration of course work in chemistry, but who have career plans in the health sciences, business or law. In addition, a chemistry minor is available for students who want a broader exposure to the chemical sciences. The B.S. in Biochemistry is offered as a joint program with the Department of Biological Sciences. A minor program in biotechnology is offered by the Departments of Biological Sciences and Chemistry and the Marshall School of Business and a minor program in environmental chemistry and sustainability is also offered. Graduate programs are offered leading to the Master of Arts, Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in Chemistry.