If you are a student that is looking for a place that combines a rigorous education in the fundamentals of chemistry with "hands on" experiential learning, we invite you to consider Chemistry and Biochemistry at CI. Students will learn how to apply fundamental ideas to problems in chemistry and biochemistry. In addition, they gain skills in analytical thinking, oral and written communication, and problem solving as individuals and in teams. Students are strongly encouraged to participate in undergraduate research with faculty members or with community partners through internships.

Current Job Openings

Part-time lecturer

The Chemistry Department is seeking qualified applicants for part-time lecture and laboratory instruction for the Spring 2015 semester. 

Please apply at: www.csucifacultyjobs.com

Our position is listed under the Program: Chemistry.  All applicants must apply through this website.

Aliso Hall and Fountain

Calendar

DateEvent
March 16-21Spring Break
March 31Campus closed
April 22Earth Day
May 9Chemistry Picnic
May 9SAGE
May 9Honors Convocation
May 9 - 15Finals Week
May 16Commencement

News

 

CI Receives 6 Million Dollar Grant Under HSI-STEM Program

CSU Channel Islands is the recipient of a 6 million dollar grant from the Department of Education under the Hispanic-Serving Institutions Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (HSI-STEM) program.  Phil Hampton will be the project director on this grant which will provide STEM student-support services including tutoring, peer mentoring, and supplemental instruction, create a STEM Center in El Dorado Hall to serve as a nexus for STEM students and faculty, provide academic and summer research experiences for students, purchase a greenhouse as well as STEM instructional/research equipment, and perform STEM outreach to K-12 students, and examine the articulation of CI's STEM majors with its regional community college partners.

Important Links

Student Research Opportunities

CSUCI Writing Guide (PDF, 1.7 MB)

Tutoring Schedule Spring 2015 (PDF, 133 KB)