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Graduates studies presentation broadcast live, April 2

From its rigorous academic program to its world-class research opportunities, the top-ranked graduate program at the University of Minnesota's Department of Chemistry has much to offer. Learn about the program by watching a live video stream of the department's Graduate Studies in Chemistry at the University of Minnesota presentation, which will be broadcast at 9 a.m. (CST) Saturday, April 2.

The video features Department of Chemistry Chair William B. Tolman presenting highlights about the University of Minnesota, the College of Science & Engineering of which the Department of Chemistry is a member, and the Department of Chemistry. Director of Graduate Studies Michael Bowser provides specific information about the department's graduate program, including what is required of students, and highlights the benefits of attending the University of Minnesota and living and working in Minneapolis and Minnesota.

The live video stream will be available at (a demonstration video currently is available at this link for people to test their systems in advance). Information about viewing requirements and troubleshooting is available at

Can't watch the presentation live? The video will be available for viewing at the link above for two weeks, and then will be available on the Department of Chemistry's website. Additional information about our graduate program is available at