About Grad Programs


Associate Instructorship

An associate instructorship not only pays the major initial cost of a student's education but also gives the individual experience in leadership and training in the fundamentals of chemistry. All Ph.D. candidates are thus expected to teach, at least part-time,...

Fellowship

A number of sources for fellowship support for particularly well-qualified students exist. Several federal agencies (e. g. National Science Foundation, Department of Defense) have competitive programs which usually require application early in the first-year...

Financial Assistence

A number of sources for fellowship support for particularly well-qualified students exist. Several federal agencies (e. g. National Science Foundation, Department of Defense) have competitive programs which usually require application early in the first-year...

Research Assistantship

Research assistantships are awarded on the basis of good academic standing, experience, and the interest of recipients in research problems for which assistantship funds are available. Stipends are generally comparable to those of associate instructorships....

Where Are They Now?

A degree in Chemistry from Indiana University can lead to a variety of career opportunities. Below are a few past graduates and the career paths they followed after graduation.