Chemistry students have the opportunity to learn more about a particular profession and get involved by joining one of our department student organizations.
Crime and Chemistry Club (Chemistry and Forensic Science majors)
Provides students the opportunity to learn more about a career in chemistry and forensic science. The club works on community service opportunities related to chemistry. Examples of professional service provided by the club: 1) making liquid nitrogen ice-cream for homecoming, 2) work with Boy Scouts to earn a chemistry badge, 3) travel to Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and 4) demonstrations and science fair judging at Model Laboratory School. Interested students should contact Dr. Jamie Fredericks.