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Ph.D. Program Advising & Mentoring

The Department of Chemistry offers mentoring primarily through the faculty that serve as a given student's academic research advisor. Graduate students in Chemistry can also seek mentoring from any of our faculty as needed. Additionally, there are other mentoring resources that graduate students can take advantage of as listed below.

Mentoring Resources

Career Resources

Job Listings

  • Job Resource -- a job listing engine with positions in private and public organizations nationally.
  • Job Spectrum -- a service of ACS. Job Spectrum is a comprehensive career website offering chemistry jobs and career development resources: data on degrees and employment in the chemical labor force; resources for more effective resume writing, interviewing, networking, and negotiating; chemical employment trends; and salary information.
  • Biotech Jobs -- Latest Washington State Biotech Jobs