Our Chemistry Education Office

Academic support

Subjects in chemistry at MIT, as well as the undergraduate and graduate programs, are primarily supported by the Chemistry Education Office.

While answers to many questions about the undergraduate and graduate programs can be found online, current students are also encouraged to reach out to Chemistry Education Office Staff (see below). The Chemistry Education Office is open from 8:30am-5:00pm, Monday-Friday and is in 6-205.

Chemistry Education Office Staff

Jennifer Weisman, PhD
Academic Administrator
Telephone: (617) 253-1845
Email: jweisman@mit.edu

Jennifer Weisman administers both the undergraduate and graduate programs in chemistry. She counsels and advises chemistry PhD students, undergraduate majors, and other non-major undergraduates on department programs and policies. She also oversees the operation of the Chemistry Education Office and administers all education activities in the department.

William McCoy
Graduate Academic Services Coordinator
Telephone: (617) 253-1851
Email: wmccoy@mit.edu  

William McCoy provides administrative support for the graduate program, including graduate admissions and Visiting Student Weekend. He is also in charge of graduate student appointments.

Madavin Vong
Undergraduate Academic Services Coordinator
Telephone: (617) 253-7271
Email: mvong@mit.edu

Madavin Vong provides primary administrative support for the Chemistry Education Office and the undergraduate program. Madavin is also in charge of processing various undergraduate forms, including transfer credit applications and minor forms.

Angelina Toro
Course Coordinator
Telephone: (617) 253-0909
Email: toroaj@mit.edu

Angelina Toro provides direct support to all undergraduate and graduate chemistry subjects, including course scheduling, grading and evaluations, accommodations, registration, classroom reservations, maintaining course management websites and other platforms (i.e. Canvas). She also oversees the department’s tutoring program, ChemWellness program, Discover Chemistry, and Colloquium series: Research on the Mind.