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Dr. Will Deutschman meets with Biochemistry students in his office to answer their questions.
Dr. Ewa Pater explains the use of the auto-sampler for the HPLC (High Performance Liquid Chromatography).
At SUNY Plattsburgh, the faculty want you to succeed. As a result, chemistry faculty maintain an “open-door” policy. If you have a question, feel free to walk in and ask.
Need some help? Have some questions? In addition to faculty office meetings, the chemistry faculty sponsors open “Help Sessions” every Monday and Thursday nights. Stop in and get the help you need. The faculty take turns hosting the “Help Sessions” to make sure you can get the help you need to succeed.
In the modern world, the emphasis is not just on learning, but also on doing. At SUNY Plattsburgh, students are required to take part in undergraduate research projects which allow them to apply what they learn. The faculty are always available to help you with your research.
If you would like more information about chemistry at SUNY Plattsburgh, please contact:
Neil Buckley, Chairperson
Office: Hudson Hall 221
Phone: (518) 564-5165