Chemistry Club

What We Do

  • Invite speakers to educate us on getting our foot in the door at potential future jobs or further studies and schooling.
  • Provide opportunities to work in labs and be active with your chemistry skills.
    • Perform outsourced quality control testing for Hobart Laboratories.
    • Produce a video on laboratory safety.
  • Participate in outreach activities that encourage youth to pursue careers in chemistry.
  • Contribute in on campus major and career expo events.
  • Eat pizza!

When and Where

  • Meeting times are posted on flyers throughout Sattgast Hall.
  • Typically, meetings are:
    • Thursdays at 1:30 p.m.
    • Third-floor Student Lounge, Sattgast Hall (facing the lake).

What Students Say About Our Club

  • “I enjoy getting to know new people in my field of study and being able to talk science with my nerd friends.  This also introduces me to people who may be able to answer some of my chemistry questions as I come across them.” — Melanie Simonson
  • “It’s always nice to be surrounded by people who know what you’re talking about when you start to use scientific lingo.” — Melanie Simonson
  • “It’s great to meet with other chemistry students and do activities outside of the classroom and lab.” — Aric Falk
  • “The free pizza every meeting is a nice bonus.” — Aric Falk

How to Get Involved

  • Contact one of the Chemistry Club officers or Chemistry professors or look for posters on bulletin boards when the next club meeting will next be held.

Executive Board

  • Joshua Hatton, president
  • Aric Falk, vice president
  • Melanie Simonson, secretary/treasurer
Chemistry club officers: Melanie Simonson, Secretary/Treasurer (left), Aric Falk, Vice President (center), Joshua Hatton, President (right).
2014-15 Chemistry Club officers: Melanie Simonson, secretary/treasurer (left), Aric Falk, vice president, and Joshua Hatton, President.