NIH Grant

NIH grant helps Sac State research HIV treatment

Dr. Katherine McReynolds received a 4-year, $425,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) helping Sac State students contribute to the fight against HIV.

Research Programs

Research Programs

All sub-disciplines of chemistry are represented by the exciting research being carried out by faculty at CSUS’s department of chemistry.

Graduate Program

Graduate Program

Our program offers advanced coursework, hands-on laboratory instruction, and research experience.

Expanding your Horizons

Community Outreach

The CSUS Chem Club helps provide hands on experience for middle school students in the Sacramento region.

Why study Chemistry at Sac State?

* Superior undergraduate experience
* Approved by the American Chemical Society
* Individual attention by faculty
* Extensive, independent laboratory work
* Undergraduate research opportunities
* Professionally active faculty committed to fine teaching
* Excellent facilities
* Extensive range of modern chemical instrumentation for use by undergraduates