Baker may study the small scales of chemistry. But building his career has taught him the value of gaining exposure to the larger field.
“Having perspective of chemistry outside the classroom alone can be key to attracting employers. It can also help students place in post-secondary education programs,” Baker said. “I would recommend more than anything that students look for summer research, internships and technical roles to broaden their horizons.”
Chemistry students at MSU can expect their horizons to be bright, Baker shares.
“Completing any program can be tough,” Baker said,” but a degree in chemistry from MSU will open a lot of doors in the future.”