Chem Club is up and rolling for the fall 2013 semester!
Speaker: Mr. Michael Rice, Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, Ohio University
• September 26, 2013 4pm-6pm - Game Night, in the University Suite on the 2nd floor of Spencer
• October 10, 2013 11am-12n - "Chem Café: Internships for Dummies", Key G59
• October 21-25 is National Chemistry Week. This year’s theme is “Energy”.
Therefore Chem Club meeting on Oct. 24, 11 am, will feature a speaker on “Energy”.
• October 24, 6 p.m. Room 212A New Student Center, local American Chemical Society section dinner meeting; Dr. Alexis Nagengast of Widener University will speak on “The effect of resveratrol and diet on the lifespan and nutrient storage in Drosophila melanogaster”
WHAT DOES CHEM CLUB DO?
Chemistry Club is formally known as Student Members of the American Chemical Society, SM-ACS.
Chemistry Club meets every 2-3 weeks with the goals of increasing friendship and support among chemistry majors (though all majors are welcome) and initiating chemistry activities, such as field trips and speakers, outside the classroom.
SM-ACS serves the university by:
carrying out interactive experiments in the lobby of the science complex during National Chemistry Week (Oct. 20-26 this year; the theme is "Energy").
SM-ACS sponsors the Farewell to Graduating Seniors picnic in spring, at which we present graduating chemistry majors and Chem Club members with a chemistry medallion to be worn at graduation.
Chem Club sponsors field trips:
Montebello Water Treatment Plant,
Back River Wastewater Treatment Plant
National Cancer Institute, Fort Detrick, Frederick MD
Maryland Public Health Lab
Chem Club encourages and organizes students to attend scientific meetings such as:
The National ACS Meeting once a year (2014 meeting is March 16-20 in Dallas, TX)
The local ACS section meetings; the local section’s website is www.mdchem.org
Chem Club brings in speakers:
Medical Schools, School of Public Health
Baltimore City Teaching Residency Program
Chemistry alumni who describe how they are using their degrees in their occupations
Chem Club serves the community:
The MUCH (Morgan Undergraduate Help Program), in which pairs of Morgan students visit a Baltimore City 5th grade class once a week for six weeks, leading the children in hands-on chemical experiments.
Chem Club members have served as judges at high and middle school science fairs.
Chem Club organizes social events:
Meet & Greets
End of Semester Socials
Rock Band Social
Float in Homecoming Parade
International Cuisine Night
Chem Club communicates with students by an e-mail list.
Chem Club has a bulletin board outside SP 309.
Find us at
Facebook: MSU Chem Club
Chem Club is funded by:
Snack and soda sales
(Alumni! We welcome your contributions)
Chemistry Club subsidizes Student Membership in the national ACS by paying $10. of the membership fee ($25.) You can join online; search for American Chemical Society. Bring in the receipt and Chem Club will reimburse you $10.
Join Morgan’s Chem Club chapter for $5 per semester (t-shirt included!).
Officers (Fall 2013)
Left to right: Gilles Dongmo, Jalecia King, Leah-Chae Scott-Ruff, Adeolu Mojibola (president, Admoj1@morgan.edu), Taiwo Ogundolie, Brent Powell