Undergraduate Chemistry Alumni
Chemistry concentrators, congratulations on completing the first four years of your relationship with Princeton University and the Department of Chemistry! As you venture forward, the Princeton Alumni Association is your key resource to stay connected to your fellow alumni and all things Princeton.
When you return to campus for Reunions, be certain to check the schedule to learn of Chemistry-specific events and gatherings. You are always welcome back!
Graduate Chemistry Alumni
Develop, maintain, or grow your connections to the Princeton Graduate Alumni Community through the Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni
Isaiah Hayward, a member of the Great Class of 2023 and a chemistry concentrator, with his mum.
Chemistry alums (l to r): Jessi Dessau '20, Vern Ordiway '54, Alex Jiang '20
Reunions 2023 panel discussion with (l to r): David MacMillan, James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor of Chemistry; Leslie Schoop, associate professor of chemistry; and Erik Sorensen, Arthur Allan Patchett Professor in Organic Chemistry.
Imani Mulrain, a member of the Great Class of 2023 and a chemistry concentrator, with her family at Frick Laboratory.
Robert L'Esperance, Senior Director, General Chemistry Teaching Laboratories; Senior Lecturer in Chemistry.
All Chemistry Alumni
Be certain to register for TigerNet, the secure, password-protected location offering a free suite of online services to all Princeton alumni. With a TigerNet ID you have access to the Alumni Careers Network where you can tap into a global network of alumni who have volunteered to provide assistance and guidance to Princeton students and alumni.
Princeton Career Services also offers excellent resources for alumni, from networking to transitioning between careers.