Chemistry Program's Features
At Loras, we offer a small-school atmosphere coupled with the quality and depth of instruction usually found only at a larger institution. Other features include:
Loras College Chemistry Profile: Ryan Mcclellan ('00), Medical Science
Ryan Mcclellan ('00), Medical Science Liaison - Takeda Pharmaceuticals
"You use the equipment one-on-one with your professor rather than with someone you don't know, or by yourself...it's a much more personal type of education. The faculty are interested in you getting the most out of your experience."
How has your Loras Chemistry Experience Advanced Your Career?
My Experience: Marla Kilburg ('90), Chemist
"I always felt like I could go somewhere and get the help I needed [to succeed]...[Y]ou will say, 'I love Loras.' We [my daughter and I] both just loved it!"
Chemistry Career Opportunities - Outcomes
Recent Loras graduates have gone on to a variety of careers, professional schools and graduate schools with:
Loras College Chemistry / Biochemistry Scholarship
The alumni and friends of the Loras chemistry department recognize that chemistry has greatly enhanced their lives. Therefore, to encourage others to pursue a career in chemistry or biochemistry, they have established a four-year scholarship in the amount of $1000 ($250 each year). The award is offered to prospective first-year students who have the greatest potential for achievement in chemistry or biochemistry.
How does Loras Differ from Other Colleges and Universities
My Loras College Experience: Joe Plamondon ('63), Senior Scientist
Reflecting on the Broader Loras College Experience: Values
My Loras College Experience: Ted Haas ('72), MD OB/GYN Physician
How has your Loras experience impacted your career and life?
Loras College Chemistry: Tom Gawne ('94), President - Elemental Solutions
How has the Loras Chemistry program impacted your career?
Loras College Chemistry: Dan Bowen, PhD ('90), Staff Scientist - Honeywell FM&T
How has your Loras Chemistry experience advanced your career?
Loras College Chemistry: Bill Feld, PhD ('66), Professor of Chemistry - Wright State University
Loras Chemistry and Biochemistry Program Board of Visitors - Friday, October 2nd
Loras Chemistry and Biochemistry Program Board of Visitors meeting will be held all day on Friday, October 2nd starting at 8:30AM in Rm 109 of the St. Joseph Hall of Science. We would also like to invite all chemistry/biochemistry alumni attending homecoming to feel free to attend any part or all of the Board meeting.
Chemistry Club Hosts Annual Chemistry Olympics for scholarships
The Chemistry Olympics is a daylong event that allows high school students to come to Loras College and compete in five events that test laboratory and content covered in general chemistry. Winning teams are awarded trophies and can qualify for individual Loras College scholarships up to $2,000.