Meetings & Conferences
CHEMISTRY CLUB ANNUAL DEMONSTRATION SHOW
The Chemistry Club (also known as the Hydrogen Club, or H-Club) is Sewanee’s undergraduate student chapter of The American Chemical Society. It is open to all students with an interest in chemistry and increasing awareness of science in our community. Each year, the pinnacle event for the club is the annual Demonstration Show which allows students to showcase both their chemical knowledge and theatrical abilities.
STUDENTS PRESENT THEIR RESEARCH AT THE SOUTHEAST REGIONAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
Abby Bray (C'16), Rachel Denham (C'14), Mason Hoffman (C'14), Maggie Hudson (C'14), Michelle Leidy (C'15), and Sara Parks (C'16) presented their research performed in conjunction with faculty from the Chemistry Department at the 2013 Southeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, which was held November 12-16 in Atlanta, Georgia. A total of sixteen students attended the meeting including four Freshmen, three Sophomores, three Juniors, and six Seniors.
Students present their research at Southeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society
Erin Brahm (Chemistry '13), Hali Gipson (Biochemistry '13), Maggie Hudson (Chemistry '14), Asmita Shrestha (Chemistry '14), and Scott Ward (Biochemistry '13) presented the research they have conducted in conjunction with faculty in the Chemistry Department at the 2012 Southeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, which was held November 14-17 in Raleigh, NC.
Inorganic chemistry class attends Southeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society
Students in Professor Robert Bachman’s inorganic chemistry course travelled to Raleigh, NC to attend the 2012 Southeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society from November 14-17.
Student Affiliates Travel to Puerto Rico for SERMACS
Officers of the Sewanee Chapter of the Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society traveled to San Juan, Puerto Rico, for the Southeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society (SERMACS). They all presented their research and participated in the San Juan "Festival de Química," a celebration of National Chemistry Week.
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