The highly sophisticated work of College of Science students from the chemistry department was on display at the recent Creative Inquiry Poster Forum held in the Watt Family Innovation Center.
Clemson has offered undergraduate degrees in chemistry almost from the founding of the institution, and it was among the first departments at Clemson to offer a doctorate. Chemistry is deeply ingrained in the traditions of Clemson. Only 2.4 percent of members of the American Chemical Society describe themselves as unemployed but actively seeking employment. Chemists work in a wide variety of fields including the traditional chemical industries of manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, and analytical research and services, and also in related fields including engineering, health care, education, law, and national security.