Messenger - Vol. 2, No. 1, Page 21 Fall 1992 Chemistry ranks 16th in grads For the 12th consecutive year, the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry has produced one of the 25 largest graduating classes of chemistry majors certified by the American Chemical Society (ACS). In an article in the May 18 issue of Chemical and Engineering News, Delaware was ranked 16th (tied with Harvard University) among 599 ACS-certified schools in 1991. Only nine of these 599 schools have appeared in the top 25 in all 12 years. Schools in this category and the number of graduates in 1991 are the University of California at San Diego, 692; University of Michigan, 660; University of Illinois at Urbana, 658; University of Texas at Austin, 658; Illinois State University, 431; University of North Carolina, 413; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 412; Delaware, 395; and Indiana University, 354.