Fundamentally, chemistry is the study of the matter in the universe and how it changes. Modern chemistry is central to our lives and impacts diverse fields such as medicine, energy generation, cosmetics, food production, and more.
“I have had two different internships over three summers... I could talk about the internships for hours."
“I chose CHC because the instant I walked in the door, it felt right. I love the environment that has been established here, you can’t walk through the hall without saying hello to someone. The small class size was another great benefit, and at CHC you can really do it all: you can be a student, an athlete, an RA, and be involved in clubs.”
“I have had two different internships over three summers. The summers after my freshman and sophomore year, I participated in a National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates (NSF-REU) program in Chemistry at Boise State University. There, I worked 40 hours in a biochemistry laboratory with pathogenic E. coli studying new potential targets for antibiotics. This internship was the greatest experience for me, I am so fortunate to have been a participant. I could talk about this internship for hours. Currently, I am working on a bioinformatics project with Dr. Soprano through SEPCHE STEM Undergraduate Research."
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