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This year, the Maryland STEM Festival included a weeklong series of dynamic events and activities across the state of Maryland to share the excitement of science.  As part of this initiative, the American Chemical Society Club hosted an encore performance of the Chemistry Magic Show. Young students from across the state of Maryland were able to attend the event which we hope to spark their interest in science. Students were able to participate in hands-on demonstrations and experience the fun side of chemistry!  

The American Chemical Society Club hosted its Annual Chemistry Magic Show!  This exciting fall event demonstrates the fun and interesting experiments students can do using basic chemistry! Some classic Magic Show experiments such as Burning Money, Fun with Dry Ice, and the Cold Light of Luminol were performed by sophomore, junior and senior science majors.  This year also incorporated a new experiment performed by senior Chemistry major, Heather Drake.  Spring Blossoms demonstrated LeChatlier’s principle using different acid and base indicators.  The Magic Show was a huge success, filling up Knott Hall 23 yet again!

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.

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!

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