Chemistry and Society in Germany—20th Century to Present

Chemistry and Society in Germany—20th Century to Present

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Program Organization

  • 2 IUB class sessions with travel to German cities June 13 – 27, 2020 to examine Germany as the leader in chemical technology in 19th and 20th centuries
  • IU Alumni Bicentennial Reception in Berlin on June 14, 2020
  • Program directors Cate Reck and Steve Tait, Department of Chemistry
  • 12-14 IU students
  • Office of Overseas Study – Administered program

Academic Program

  • 3 credits of CHEM-C498: Special Topics in Chemistry (History of Chemistry)




You may apply if you: 

  • are an undergraduate degree candidate making normal academic progress
  • have approximately a 2.75 cumulative GPA
  • have completed CHEM-C341 by fall 2019

Note: Science majors will have priority.  No knowledge of German required

Estimated Costs

  • Fees paid to IU* (academic fees, room, some meals, in-country transportation, excursions, health insurance)
  • Indiana resident $2,816
  • Nonresident $3,166

*Fees include special subsidy provided by the Office of the Bicentennial

Note: Airfare, personal expenses additional. Scholarships are available.