Academic Advising

Tutoring and Supplemental Instruction

The Peer Assistance Center (PAC) offers free walk-in general chemistry and organic chemistry tutoring during the fall and spring semesters in Dow 369. Click here to learn how to use the PAC.  Every semester, PAC schedules are distributed by email and posted as flyers in Dow.  For more information, contact:

          PAC director
             Dr. Bradley Fahlman
             Dow Science Complex 357
             989-774-1195
             fahlm1b@cmich.edu

Tutoring services are also offered for chemistry by CMU. Visit CMU's academic advising and assistance website for up-to-date tutoring information and schedules.

Supplemental instruction sessions are offered for general chemistry courses and sometimes organic chemistry. Visit CMU's academic advising and assistance website for up-to-date supplemental instruction schedules.

Scholarships

Research and Internship Opportunities

  • For potential internship opportunities at the Dow Chemical Company, Dow Corning, and other nearby industries, please contact:
          Diane Prenkert
             Administrative Support in Career Services
             Bovee University Center 215
             989-774-1383
             diane.m.prenkert@cmich.edu

Funding for Research and Presentations

  • Undergraduate Research & Creative Endeavors Grant - Competitive grant of up to $500 to offset the costs associated with a student's research.
  • Summer Scholars Program - Competitive award provides summer stipends to research students.
  • Undergraduate Presentation Grant - Competitive grant of up to $350 each to offset the costs associated with a student presenting their work at a conference.
  • ACS Student Members Group Presentation Funding - the student ACS group coordinates trips and provides some support for presenting and non-presenting students to travel to national chemistry meetings.
  • Summer Research - some faculty members have grants or other funding sources to provide summer stipends to research students.  Consult your research advisor about these opportunities.

Other Resources