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Morgan State University's Chemistry Club is affiliated with the American Chemical Society and is open to anyone with an interest in Chemistry. The object of this Chapter is to afford an opportunity for the students of chemistry at Morgan State University to become better acquainted with different fields involving chemistry, to secure the intellectual stimulation that arises from professional association, to foster a professional spirit among the members, and to instill a professional pride in chemistry.
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, speakers, outreach to elementary schools, etc. outside the classroom.
During the 2018-2019 school year representatives of Public Health schools addressed Chem Club about how to apply to their graduate schools. The founder of Revolve Biotechnologies explained what his company does. Dr. Rosenzweig of UMBC spoke to the group about the SCIART summer internship combining science and art. A representative of Shimadzu Scientific Instruments described careers in that company, and a Morgan chemistry alumna spoke about her career path from Morgan to a position at the American Chemical Society.
Chem Club presented medallions to graduating chemistry majors to wear with their graduation robes.
Chemistry Club subsidizes Student Membership in the national American Chemical Society by paying $10 of the membership fee ($29). If someone who is already an ACS member nominates you and you join, you receive a Periodic Table Blanket. See Dr. Hellwig for details.
Chemistry Club Officers
President: John-Paul Akinbami
Vice President: Adetunji Adeniran-Adetoye
Secretary: Amber Robinson
Treasurer: Lydia Johnson
Spencer Hall, Room 212