Chemistry Department
Colorado State University-Pueblo
2200 Bonforte Blvd., Pueblo, CO 81001

Join us for this wonderful evening of demonstrations:

October 25, 2013 COACS Meeting
Professors C. Marvin Lang and Donald L. Showalter
Celebrating Chemistry: An Evening of Chemical Demonstrations
Colorado State University - Pueblo, Pueblo, CO
Life Sciences Auditorium, LS 105
Presentation: 7:00 p.m.
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Teachers, join us for this fun, interactive workshop:

Saturday, October 26, 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. - Teachers/Educators Workshop: "Practical Chemistry for the Classroom: Chemical Demonstrations with a Theme". Drs. Lang and Showalter will be presenting an all-day workshop at CSU-Pueblo in Chemistry 305 & 306.  In this hands-on workshop, you will learn how to perform demonstrations that will spark your students' interest in chemistry while providing a lasting learning experience. The cost of the workshop is $45 and includes lunch and a bag with teacher materials. Continuing education credit for teachers may be earned by participating in this workshop at a cost of $35 for 0.5 credit hours. The workshop is limited to 40 teachers. To register for the workshop, contact Sandra Bonetti at or (719) 549-2526.

Chemistry Department prepares graduates to be responsible, scientifically literate professionals by providing the highest quality undergraduate and masters level chemical education via an innovative modern curriculum as well as faculty-mentored research and internship opportunities.

Student at CSM BldgThe major in chemistry leads to a bachelor of science (BS) degree. The chemistry curriculum is certified by the American Chemical Society.

Students have many opportunities to participate in active research programs carried on by the faculty within the department. Upper-classmen may also participate in research at other universities, local businesses and government laboratories.

The Chemistry Department features state-of-the-industry laboratory equipment with computer interface.  Laboratory bench experience includes ready access to computers for simulation and recording purposes.  There are five laboratory areas, each dedicated to either general chemistry, organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry or physical chemistry. Chemistry students also enjoy the use of a 21-station computer lab. (View photos


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