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"About Georgia State University:

Georgia State University, founded in 1913, has a mission of excellence in teaching, research and service. Located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, this major research university has an enrollment of more than 27,000 undergraduate and graduate students in six colleges. Georgia State is the second largest university in the state, with students coming from every county in Georgia, every state in the nation and from over 145 countries.

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The Department of Chemistry at Georgia State University is a growing program offering the B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. We have a very dynamic faculty conducting cutting edge research at the interface of chemistry and biology. Such research activities are funded by prestigious national agencies such as the NIH, NSF, American Heart Association, etc. Many of our faculty are highly regarded leading experts in their own field; and serve on panels and study sections at agencies such as the NIH and NSF, on the editorial board of various journals, and as officers in various professional societies such as the American Chemical Society. The Department has two Regents' Professors, Drs. Dave Boykin and David Wilson, one Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar, Dr. Binghe Wang, and three Georgia Cancer Coalition Distinguished Cancer Scientists, Drs. Irene Weber, Markus Germann, and Binghe Wang. The Department is also home to the editorial offices of one book series entitled A Wiley Series in Drug Discovery and Development, and two journals, Heterocyclic Communications and Medicinal Research Reviews. The latter journal was ranked #1 in Impact Factors (7.78) last year among 36 medicinal chemistry journals and #3 among 185 pharmacy- and pharmacology-related journals.

The Chemistry Department also boasts top-rated facilities in support of our research and teaching efforts, which include 6 high-field NMRs, 6 mass spectrometers including LC-MS, GC-MS, electrospray and MALDI MS, and high-resolution capability, two Biacores, a laser lab, and a combinatorial chemistry facility. Routine instruments include fluorometer, ICT, UV/vis, IR including total reflection IR, CE, HPLC, fluorescent microscope, etc. Instrumentation shared with the Biology Department includes environmental rooms as well as a centralized DNA and peptide synthesis and analysis facilities

Our high-quality faculty is devoted to teaching and working with both undergraduate and graduate students. Currently more than 250 undergraduate Chemistry majors are enrolled. Roughly 80 graduate students are enrolled annually with 50 pursuing the doctoral degree. A number of undergraduate and M.S. graduate students work full-time while going to school. To accommodate these working students, the Department offers all its courses on an evening basis at least one time per year. Teaching and research assistantships are available to qualified graduate students. A limited number of fellowships including the Ambrose Pendergrast Fellowship, the David Withers Boykin Graduate Fellowship in Medicinal Chemistry and the Solvay Fellowship are awarded by the Department to outstanding Ph.D. students. In addition, approximately 10 graduate assistantships at $22,000 are offered in MBD (molecular basis of disease) and BB (brains and behavior) areas. Four to six GAANN fellowships are available to qualified Ph.D. students at $22,500.

For information about application procedures and financial aid please see Undergraduate Program Information and Graduate Program Information

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GSU is one of the South's largest urban research universities. Its student population of 29,000 makes it the second largest university in Georgia. Included in this number are approximately 9,000 graduate students as well as an undergraduate student body made up of both traditional and older non-traditional students. Dormitory housing is available and the University's housing office can assist students in finding suitable housing in the metro area which is connected by the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA).

The Department of Chemistry is housed in Kell Hall, the Science Annex, and the Science Center. Kell Hall and the Science Center feature teaching labs, offices, service modules, and research laboratories. Major facilities include a state-of-the-art high-field regional NMR core facility with 300, 500 and 600 MHz Inova NMR spectrometers as well as three Bruker (400,500 and 600 MHz) spectrometer with the 500 MHz instrument equipped with a cryoprobe. The Department is also home to a combinatorial facility and a picosecond laser laboratory. Other instrumentation includes UV/vis, infrared, fluorescence and circular dichroism spectrophotometers, stopped flow instrumentation, two Biacore instruments, bead sorter for combinatorial chemistry, ITC and DSC instruments. Compound separation and analysis is achieved via HPLC, FPLC, centrifugal partition chromatography, capillary electrophoresis and GC/mass spectrometry. The departmental NMR Facility is managed by a full time Ph.D. as is the departmental Mass Spectrometry Facility. Instrumentation shared with the Biology Department includes environmental rooms as well as a centralized DNA and peptide synthesis and analysis facilities."

Specifications: 5/8" Silk Screen Imprinted Custom Lanyards: The Department of Chemistry at Georgia State University.
1. Width of  Lanyards: 5/8".
2. Length of  Lanyard Webbing/Straps: 36".  Optional Length: Any custom length available, like 12", 14",18",20",22",24",32",42",48" and more.
3. Lanyard Webbing/Straps Material: High quality and heavy duty polyester webbing, non-wrinkle lanyard straps.
4. Colors of Lanyard Webbing/Straps:
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  2. Standard color available: black, royal blue, navy blue, white, red, yellow, orange, grey, burgundy, dark green, light green, purple and teal colors - minimum order 100 pieces.
  3. Special Pantone PMS colors with a minimum order of 5000 pieces or more.
5. Type of Logo: Silk screen imprinted.
6. Imprint Colors: White color.
7. Font of Text Logo: Arial Black Font + GEDC logo provided by customers - complete lanyard artwork designed by our artist.
8. Lanyard Hardware Attachments: Metal key rings (split rings).
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  2. Optional: heavy duty snap hooks, cell phone connector, rubber rings, detachable buckles, safety breakaway buckles and more.
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