Opportunities to engage with the CCHF:

The CCHF has a wide array of scientific, outreach and educational programs driven by our members to help advance the knowledge and understanding of C–H Functionalization as a transformative science.

Listed below are some of the ways in which students can get involved with CCHF programs. However, the best way to get involved is to follow us on social media and find out about upcoming events. All of our Center members will be happy to tell you more about our science and give you more information about how you can be involved in the CCHF endeavor.

You can also contact us directly. Follow the contact link at the bottom of the page and complete the form and we will get back to you soon!

For prospective Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows

Center research groups are recruiting highly motivated graduate students and postdoctoral scholars to be part of the CSN endeavor. Recruitment for these positions are done on a specific group basis, so please contact the group leader of the group you are interested in.

The Center for Selective C–H Functionalization offers an exceptional environment for graduate research. The collaborative network with members from across a broad range of chemical disciplines provides an exciting and intellectually stimulating forum for the discussion of ideas and brainstorming of projects. Students and faculty connect to bring a wealth of knowledge and expertize to address the grand challenges of the Center.

In addition to the exposure to a range of inter-disciplinary topics, students and postdocs benefit from being part of scientific network, engaging in educational and outreach activities, developing techniques to communicate our cutting edge science to diverse audiences, travelling to conferences and participating in professional development programs.

If you are interested in finding out how you can become part of the CCHF, explore our Community pages and contact our faculty members to apply.

For prospective Undergraduate Students

If you are an undergraduate student at one of the CCHF's partner institutions, please contact the respective faculty member directly to find out how you can engage with Center activities.

Interested undergraduate students at both our partner institutions and other schools can also get engaged with the CCHF through our summer research programs:

The Chemistry Summer Undergraduate Research Program (CSURP), provides funding for students to perform summer research in our partner institutions. More information can be found here.

The VICHF International Research Experience for Undergraduates (VICHF-IREU), provides funding for students to perform summer research in the labs of some of our global research partners, in Japan, South Korea or the United Kingdom. More information can be found here.