Thank you for your interest in the City University of New York Ph.D. Program in Chemistry administered by the CUNY Graduate Center. In its first 50 years, the program has awarded over 450 chemistry doctoral degrees for innovative research.
The current program consists of over 100 faculty drawn principally from the chemistry departments at the following colleges: Brooklyn College, City College, Hunter College, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Lehman College, Queens College, The College of Staten Island and York College. The diverse faculty perform cutting-edge research in the subdisciplines of analytical chemistry, inorganic chemistry, nanotechnology and materials science, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, theoretical chemistry, polymer chemistry, and molecular biophysics. The chemistry faculty have received many prestigious awards and honors in recognition of their contributions to science including the National Science Foundation CAREER Award, being named an American Chemical Society Fellow and membership in the National Academy of Engineering.
The consortial nature of the CUNY Ph.D. Program in Chemistry offers students distinct advantages in graduate study including a wide variety of faculty research interests and expertise as well as a setting that fosters both interdisciplinary and collaborative research. Students may specialize in any of the chemistry subdisciplines and perform their doctoral research at one of the CUNY consortium of colleges. Doctoral lecture courses and seminars are held at the Graduate Center with doctoral research and laboratory courses conducted at the Colleges. We welcome you to explore the site to learn more about the CUNY Ph.D. Program in Chemistry.
City College of New York
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Brian R. Gibney
Deputy Executive Officer & Professor
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Assistant Program Officer (APO)
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