November 4, 2009
Professor Nriagu, from Department of Environmental and Industrial Health, School of Public Health at University of Michigan will give a talk on November 13. In addition to his research seminar, he would like to talk with students about graduate studies opportunities at the School of Public Health. Please find the detailed information in flyer and abstract.
October 18, 2009
The Chemistry Club will receive a Commendable Chapter Award from the American Chemical Society for their activities during the 08-09 school year. This will make eight years in a row that the Club has received an award from the ACS. Members of the Club will travel to The ACS National Meeting in March to receive their award and present a poster of their award winning activities.
Oct. 12, 2009
Chemistry Club announced two faculty research seminars:
Dr. Song - 1:30-3:00pm on Nov. 5, 2009 at Happenings Room, UCEN.
Dr. Omoike - 1:30-3:00pm on Nov. 12, 2009 at Michigan Room A, UCEN.
All students are welcomed.
October 3, 2009
The Academic Showcase was held in the UM-Flint Recreation Center. More than 300 students and their family attended and met our faculty and students to learn the insights of our undergraduate programs, undergraduate research, honors program, and study abroad opportunities. Three faculty members, Dr. Stach, Dr. Omoike, and Dr. Song, and three Chemistry Club Officers, Ashley, Saed, and Ryan, presented and answered questions.
October 2, 2009
The Chemistry Club hosted an undergraduate Lunch with ACS President Dr. Tom Lane. Dr. Lane gave an inspiring talk to our student regarding how to be a successful scientist. Afterwards, Dr. Lane talked to many students individually and gave great advice to our Club officers. Dr. Lane graciously allowed everyone to get a picture with him and promised to try and stop by their posters at the next ACS meeting in San Francisco.
September 17, 2009
Welcome back picnic was held on campus on September 17. Chemistry Club showed students the fancy of chemistry by three demonstrations, elephant toothpaste, magic sand, and ferromagnetic fluids.