Faculty and students participated in SU's Community Service Day. Various activities were arranged for SU students, faculty, and staff to make things that would benefit others in the greater community....Click here to read more.
Chemistry and Biochemistry News
Students from Mrs. Payne’s Honors General Chemistry class decked the halls of Knott Hall in honor of National Chemistry Week. This year’s theme – Chemistry Colors the World – was the topic of the posters each student had to complete....Click here to read more.
This year, the theme for National Chemistry Week is Chemistry Colors Our World. This theme focuses on the chemistry of dyes, pigments, food colors, rainbows and fireworks. The ACS Club kicked off National Chemistry Week celebrations by making tie-dye artwork with household ingredients, including almond milk, soap, and food coloring. Students got to show their creative side on how chemistry colors our world!
Congratulations to the American Chemical Society (ACS) Club for winning not one, but two, awards this year! The club won Outstanding Club of 2015. This award "recognizes an organization that has contributed to the Stevenson Community through excellence in meeting the four foundations of civic engagement, education, personal development, and collaborative leadership." The club was also awarded the Best Educational Program for the Chemistry Magic Show. This award “salutes a program connected with the mission of the organization to educate the Stevenson University community on a particular topic.” What a great end to such a fun and successful year!
The picture above was taken at the end of year lunch. Club officers, Shelby Litz and Michele Collingsworth, are holding the plaques for the awards.
SU set a new Guinness Book world record by holding the largest exercise ball class- close to 400 participants! The event raised almost $2400 which is being split between two charities- the Wounded Warrior Project and Wishes for Warriors. Students, faculty and staff from the School of the Sciences participated and had a good time.
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