Since its inception in 2015, the KU Beckman Scholars Program has provided outstanding mentored research experiences for six undergraduate students in the Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences Departments. KU BSP co-directors David Benson (Chemistry), Lynn Hancock (Molecular Biosciences) and lead PI Susan Egan (Molecular Biosciences) are pleased to report that they have received a grant from the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation to continue the program for three more years. Program details and eligibility criteria can be found at http://beckman.ku.edu/. The application deadline for 2019 scholars is March 1.
Why KU Chemistry
Chemistry department receives more than $8.5 million in research grants annually
14 chemistry faculty members have NSF CAREER Awards
Longest-running chemistry Research Experience for Undergraduates in the nation
- February 11, 2019Susan Teague, KU College's Staff Spotlight for February
- January 18, 2019KU Beckman Scholars Program renewed, accepting applications for 2019
- January 11, 2019ISB Celebration of Chemistry event announcement