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Chemistry & Physics: About Our Department

Research

Undergraduate Research is fundamental to science. Training our students in a one-to-one mentor relationship is a tradition in our department. Students can gain valuable experience in determining their potential in chemistry, applying their classroom knowledge and earning academic credit toward graduation by engaging in a project with a faculty member. Please look over the opportunities available by investigating the research projects of our faculty. If you have further interest or questions, please contact the faculty individually.

Alumni & Giving

Alumni

We are trying to create a virtual community using Facebook of our alumni and friends to share our common interest in Armstrong chemistry and physics.  Please create an account on Facebook and join our community and SHARE YOUR STORY!! (Search for Armstrong Chemistry.)

Alumni and Friends

The Armstrong Department of Chemistry and Physics is proud of the level of support that you have given to us over the years. Thank you. Your contributions help us to offer great opportunities for our students. If you would like to contribute, please contact External Affairs and consider supporting our programs. The chemistry and physics general fund is #189. If you have any questions, we would welcome hearing from you. Contact Will Lynch directly at 912.344.3144.

Facilities

Laboratories

The Department of Chemistry and Physics at Armstrong State University is housed in a 129,000sf state of the art science center opened in June 2002. Facilities include:

Major Equipment

All equipment is housed in the Science Center. The equipment is controlled and maintained by the Department of Chemistry and Physics. Numerous networked computers are also available for data analysis and word processing. 

Equipment, Model, Date of Purchase: