School of Natural & Social Sciences


Chemistry and Chemistry Education

The "Central" Science



The offerings in Chemistry are for those students desiring a combination of scientific and professional knowledge that will assist them in rendering a service to the world in which science is of fundamental importance. The courses are basic to pre-professional areas and to careers in science.



  • Be adept in both the theoretical and technical aspects of chemistry.
  • Be able to think critically, communicate both verbally and in writing in a technical manner.
  • Have mathematical and mechanistic problem solving skills.

Faculty Tenure Track

- Darius Agoumba, Ph.D. (Analytical)

- Mary Ettel, Ph.D. (Inorganic)

- Sally Harms, Ed.D. (Science Education)

- Paul Karr, Ph.D. (Physical)

- David Peitz, Ph.D. (Organic)

-Gustavo Zardeneta, Ph.D. (Biochemistry)


Interim and Adjunct

- Endia Casey-Agoumba, M.S.

- Lindsay Headley, Ph.D.

Department Links

- Featured Faculty Publication

- What Chemistry Graduates Do

- Course Listings


- Equipment

- Facilities



- Undergraduate Research

- 2012-2013 [ pdf ]

- 2011-2012 [ pdf ]

- 2010-2011 [ pdf ]

- 2009-2010 [ pdf ]

- 2008-2009 [ pdf ]

- 2007-2008 [ pdf ]



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Contact Info

Dr. Tammy Evetovich

Dean, Natural & Social Sciences

(402) 375-7030

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