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The world is in a constant state of change because of technological advances in science. To keep up with this growth and change, the Chemistry faculty members at BYU-Idaho are committed to continually improve and expand scientific education. Our faculty members are excited to provide teaching and learning opportunities; to develop talents and moral character, not only for future scientists, but also for non-science majors who are influenced by advances in science technology. Small class sizes and faculty focused upon teaching make studying chemistry at BYU-Idaho a unique and rewarding experience.
Peter Stevenson after graduating from BYU-Idaho
Nate and Jenn Rawlinson were the first two students to graduate with a BS in Chemistry from BYU-I.
Research Presentation by Paul Powell, Kei Furukawa, Jared Breakall, and David C. Collins