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Chemistry Department PicnicVolume 26, Number 29
Fri, May 27, 2022 • 4:15pm •
Sechler Park – 1200 Armstrong Road, Northfield, MN 55057
Our Departmental Picnic will be held in Sechler Park on Friday, May 27, immediately following Honors Convo: RAIN or SHINE. Come for Great Food, Great Camaraderie, and the Famous Chemistry Department Annual Skit. Majors, sign up by Tuesday, May 24. If you weren’t able to sign up, please contact tlittle for information.
All needing rides or driving campus vehicles, plan to be in the parking lot by James Hall at 4:10-4:15pm, immediately following Honors Convo. We will coordinate rides from there. The van drivers are Zach DiNardo, Helen Jin-Lee, Tali Kottler and Allison Teichman. If you miss any of the vans, text Tami @ 507-321-2119.
Chemistry Department Seminar: Welcome to ChemistryVolume 27, Number 1
Friday, September 16, 2022
3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Evelyn M. Anderson Hall 329
This seminar counts towards the chemistry major seminar attendance requirement.
Senior Week Chemistry Department ReceptionVolume 26, Number 30Fri, June 10, 2022 • 2:30pm – 3:30pm (1h) •
Stop by the Evelyn M. Anderson Hall Amphitheater to meet up with the Chemistry department faculty and staff. Open to all.
Rain location in the east end of the Daugherty Atrium in the Science Complex.
Meet this Week’s Seminar SpeakerVolume 26, Number 18
There will be two opportunities for students to meet this weeks seminar speaker Isaiah Speight.
Lunch: Friday, 2/25, 12:00-1:00
Tea: Friday, 2/25, 2:45-3:15
Go to the Shultze Cafe for food or tea, then join others in the Activation Energy Lounge! If you are off board, ask for the chemistry department charge.
Chemistry Year-End CelebrationVolume 25, Number 30
Save the Date to meet in person, even if it is with practicing current Covid guidelines*. Registration is required.
New Chemistry Major CelebrationVolume 25, Number 25
Thursday, April 22 at Periodic Table and Friday**, April 23rd, 2021 Bonfire
See attached poster for more information.
**Friday following the conclusion of the Chemistry Seminar.
Periodic Table meets this WeekVolume 25, Number 21Thursday, March 11th, 202112:30 – 1:30 pm / online / optional
Are you interested in the Chemistry Major? Come join Chemistry professors and current students for the Periodic Table Lunch!
Come stop by for as long as you’d like, we can chat (over Zoom) about how to get involved in the major as well as other non-chemistry related things. Even better, if you are off board, the Chemistry Department will buy your lunch at Anderson Cafe from 12-12:45PM (do mention that your meal should be charged to “Chemistry Periodic Table”). Then join the group Zoom link : Meeting ID: 990 1934 7046 Passcode: 120806
FIRST READING DAY MARCH 11, 2021 FROM 12:30•1:30 Optional
CONTACT shaha2@, blocka@, idrogox@, mateosk@WITH QUESTIONS!
Come to Chem@the Cow(ch) Wednesday (Today) at 8pm central!Volume 25, Number 21
Come to Chem@the Cow(ch) Wednesday at 8pm central! Celebrate the last day of classes with fellow chemists. Activities of the evening include playing chemistry Codenames and listening to a collective playlist of profs’ favorite music provided by Good Chemistry radio. Hope to see you there!
Periodic Table meets this WeekVolume 25, Number 19
Thursday Feb 18, 2021 from 12:25 – 1:25 pm Zoom link : Meeting ID: 990 1934 7046 Passcode: 120806
Chemistry end of the year “picnic” TODAY!Volume 24, Number 29
Hi all! Even in complicated times, it is important to take time to celebrate milestones and achievements. Please join us this Wednesday, June 3rd at 4:30pm for a virtual “get…
Hold the Date!Volume 24, Number 28
On the last day of classes for Academic Year 2020, we are looking forward to one last time to see all of you at 4:30 p.m. CST on Wednesday, June…
Chemistry Department Picnic 2019Volume 23, Number 28 Volume 23, Number 29
Friday, May 31st, 2019
4:15 approx. (following Honors Convo) @ Sechler Park
Our Departmental Picnic will be held in Sechler Park on Friday, May 31: RAIN or SHINE. Come for Great Food, Great Camaraderie, and the Famous Chemistry Department Annual Skit. Majors, RSVP on the website by Tuesday, May 28.
All needing rides or driving campus vans, plan to be in the Chapel parking lot by 4-4:15pm. We will coordinate rides from there.
EMPOWERING WOMEN IN CHEMISTRY: A GLOBAL NETWORKING EVENTVolume 23, Number 15
Tuesday, February 12th, 2019
8:15 – 9:30 am / Carleton College Weitz Center for Creativity – Room 236
The Chemistry Departments at Carleton and St. Olaf Colleges in Northfield are hosting a networking breakfast as part of the IUPAC global “Empowering Women in Chemistry” event, on the morning of February 12, 2019. This event will bring together women chemists and anyone who wants to support women chemists to explore professional opportunities at all career stages. Register here for this free event.
Everyone is welcome.
Chemistry Ice Cream SocialVolume 23, Number 4
For majors, interested students, professors and families!
Friday, October 12th 3:30-4:30 pm in Old Music Hall
Come talk with Professor, learn ways to get involved in Chemistry, get advice from SDAs and other majors AND enjoy ice cream with toppings.
(There will not be a Chemistry Department Seminar this week.)
Chemistry Department PicnicVolume 22, Number 27 Volume 22, Number 28
Friday, May 18th, 2018
4:00 – 7:00 pm / Sechler Park
Our Departmental Picnic will be held in Sechler Park on Friday, May 18: RAIN or SHINE. Come for Great Food, Great Camaraderie, and the Famous Chemistry Department Annual Skit. Majors, RSVP on the website by Wednesday, May 16.
All needing rides or driving campus vans, plan to be in the Chapel parking lot by 3:45-4pm. We will coordinate rides from there.
Chemistry Senior SurveysVolume 22, Number 27
Please watch for emails from Joe Chihade, Chair of Chemistry regarding surveys for you to fill out. Completion of both will be rewarding…..
Welcome to the Chemistry Major Ice Cream Social!Volume 22, Number 22
Friday, April 6, 3:30pm, Old Music 103
Come celebrate the new sophomore chemistry majors and welcome them to the department at this event for ALL chemistry majors, faculty, and staff. We will highlight department activities and provide a chance to meet with representatives from the CCCE, the Career Center, and the Fellowships Office, all while enjoying ice cream sundaes!
Chemistry Departmental Picnic 2017Volume 21, Number 26 Volume 21, Number 27
Friday, May 19th, 2017
4:00 / Sechler Park
Our Departmental Picnic will be held in Sechler Park on Friday, May 19 : RAIN or SHINE. Come for Great Food, Great Camaraderie, and the Famous Chemistry Department Annual Skit. Majors, please sign up on the website by Wednesday, May 17. This form will let us know if you have dietary restrictions and if you will plan to drive and can take passengers.
If you have already offered to drive and take riders, plan to be in the Mudd parking lot by 3:45-4pm. We will coordinate rides from there.
I am looking for 2 campus drivers to help transport majors in Campus Vans. Contact tlittle if you can drive one of the vans.
New Science Complex Celebratory LaunchVolume 21, Number 26
On Friday, May 12th, 2017 gather at Mudd Amphitheater at 4 p.m., join a procession through the science buildings, and stay for a program and refreshments in Hulings.
On behalf of the Chemistry Department, Elizabeth Grubb ’17 will be giving a few remarks and Clare Leahy ’17 and Phuong Nguyen ’18 will be presenting posters highlighting their research projects. Plus, there will be other students from the Sciences speaking and presenting posters. Come support your fellow students.
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