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The American Chemical Society Club hosted its Annual Chemistry Magic Show, this time in our new building in one of our Chemistry Demonstration Rooms! This exciting fall event shows the fun and interesting experiments students can do using basic chemistry!

The magic show included 10 exciting experiments performed and explained by ACS members:

Cold Light of Luminol, performed by Courtney Aceto

Briggs Rauscher Oscillating Reaction, performed by Corinna Carter

Turning Pennies Silver and Gold, performed by Blake Ford

Fun with Dry Ice, performed by Ryan James

Gummi Bear Explosion, performed by Tyler John

Phenolphthalein Acid-Base Indicator, performed by Kayla Bynion

Cold as Ice, performed by Jan Donato

Magic Wand, performed by Tania Rodriguez-Cintora

Burning Money, performed by Ana Villa Abarca, and Elephant Toothpaste by Stacey Wardenfelt.

Thank you to all ACS members, especially Krystine Hill, the Vice President of ACS, and our Lab Services personnel, for organizing and running a fun and exciting event! The Magic Show was a huge success again!

Congratulations to graduating biochemistry major Chris Toth on receiving the Chemistry Department’s Service Award at the May Celebration!  Chris was recognized for his dedication to participating in department events, especially his leadership in leading Open Houses and recruiting new students to our department!

Alicia Greene was recognized at the May Celebration for obtaining the highest GPA of all graduating chemistry and biochemistry seniors. Dr. Ellen Roskes presented her with an award and a gift to celebrate her accomplishments.  Congratulations Alicia!

Warmest wishes to our two Graduate Assistants, Shelby Litz (left) and Andrew McGregor (right), who completed a year as a graduate assistants in the School of the Sciences.  Both Shelby and Andrew were in the BS (Chemistry)/ MS (Forensic Sciences) program and received their BS in Chemistry in May 2015 and their MS in Forensic Sciences in May 2016.  They are pictured here, with Administrative Assistant, Mrs. Melissa Craig, as they were honored for their great work at the School of the Sciences May Celebration!

Congratulations to biochemistry senior, Kayla Bell, on accepting a job offer at Pharmaceutical International, Incorporated, Pii.  Special thanks to chemistry faculty member, Dr. George Lauterbach who helped Kayla apply for the position.  Kayla is excited to start at Pii when she graduates later this month!  

 
 
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