The YSU Chemistry Department consists of fifteen tenure track faculty in each of the five disciplines of chemistry including inorganic, organic, biochemistry, analytical chemistry, and physical chemistry.
Please see the faculty listing for more details. Please see this link for Office Hours Spring 2014.
Congratulations to Dr. Timothy Wagner, incoming Chair of the Department of Chemistry
Welcome to Dr. Doug Genna, Organic Chemistry, New Faculty for Fall 2014
Congratulations to Dr. Mincey, Chairperson of the YSU Chemistry Department, who retired on June 30, 2014. Good luck to Dr. Mincey.
YSU obtains grant for state-of-the-art equipment
Youngstown State University has been lucky to have some great professors in the past, but few have been as active as Dr. Janet Del Bene. The Youngstown State University College of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics would like to congratulate Dr. Del Bene on recently publishing her 250th paper.
Youngstown State Chemistry Faculty are continuously (and successfully!) struggling to provide our students with the best research environment possible. Within the last ten years we have attracted well over $ 9 Million in External Grants from NSF, NIH, OBoR, DOE, DOD, Fox Chase Cancer Institute, Bruker Nonius, and many others.
Chemistry Department Donors
Visit our complete external grants list.
Dr. Daryl Mincey, Chair
Youngstown State University
Youngstown, OH 44555
Email: chemistry AT ysu DOT edu
Congratulations to all of the award winners from the chemistry department for Spring 2013!
- 1:19 Faculty:Student ratio
- New PhD Program in Materials Science and Engineering began Fall 2012
- Department has a strong regional and national reputation for the quality of preparation for either graduate school or industry
- Fully equipped Student Computer Lab
- Recently remodeled Organic & Inorganic Chemistry & Research Labs
The mission of the Department embraces interdependent aspects of education, research, and service.The mission of the Department embraces interdependent aspects of education, research, and service. In education, the Department seeks to provide a comprehensive education meeting professional guidelines for students majoring in chemistry at both the baccalaureate and masters levels, to provide high quality educational support for majors with a chemistry component in their curriculum, and to educate the general student body about the vitality and relevance of chemistry as a contemporary science.
Learn the basics and dig deeply into chemistry topics that meet your particular interests. The Chemistry Department at YSU offers a wide variety of electives in addition to the core chemistry courses below. Through small classes and hands-on research, you will develop a deep appreciation for the role chemistry plays in the world and prepare for a successful career.
Please see the undergraduate link for more information.
Chemists study matter in its most basic forms—atoms and molecules. By understanding these building blocks, we search for new ways to organize matter into life-saving medicine, space-age materials, and exciting consumer products. Chemistry majors can pursue rewarding careers in research, industry, medicine, education, and much more.
- Consumer Product Chemistry
- Hazardous Waste Management