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  • General School Information

    The University of Texas at Austin
    Native Name
    The University of Texas at Austin
    English Name
    The University of Texas at Austin
    Region
    Americas
    Country
    United States
    Founding Year
    1883
    Street Address
    The University of Texas at Austin, University Station
    City
    Austin
    Provice/State
    Texas
    Postal Code/Zip Code
    78712-1111
    University Website
    Number of Students (approx)
    50000
    Number of Faculty (approx)
    0
    Description
    The University of Texas at Austin, Founded in 1883, UT is one of the largest and most appreciated universities in our country. Ours is a differing learning community, with students from every state and more than 100 countries world wide.
    Living Alumni
    0+
    Nobel Laureates
    0 current and former faculty members
    Base Tuition
    0.00
    Professorships of Distinction
    School Income
    0.00
    School Expenses
    640000000.00
    Endowment
    $2,800,000,000.00
    Library Collection
    Real Estate Holdings
    350-acre
  • Chemistry Department Details

    Global Ranking in Chemistry
    24
    Chemistry Department website
    Department contact information

    Mailing Address
    105 E 24TH ST.
    AUSTIN, Texas
    78712-1224

    Telephone
    Fax chemchair@cm.utexas.edu

    Research Areas

    Biochemical, Electrochemistry, Materials Chemistry, Nano- and Molecular Science and Technology, Structural Biology, Systems & Synthetic Biology, Cellular and Molecular Biology, and Theoretical Chemistry.

    Chemistry Department Information
    Chemistry’s important place in the educational mission is made clear in early records, even as far back as the very founding of the university. The first Chairman of the Faculty, John W. Mallet, was a well-known chemist, lured to Austin from a prestigious position at the University of Virginia. The first academic building on the “Forty Acres,” constructed specifically for a single discipline, was the Chemical Laboratory in 1891. The first Dean of the newly formed Graduate School, Henry W. Harper, was a popular chemistry professor.
  • Chemistry Department Faculty

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  • Admissions Information

    Undergraduate - http://www.cm.utexas.edu/academics/current-undergraduates/course-office

    Graduate - http://www.cm.utexas.edu/academics/current-graduates/graduate-advising-office

  • Academic Job Listings

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