The Alchemist Society is a long running organization of ESF students who are interested in showing off the magic of chemistry. They are dedicated to promoting interest in chemistry to people of all ages by performing ever new and exciting demonstrations to intrigued audiences. Members participate in field trips to local schools, the MOST, breweries, Corning Glass Museum, and more as well as on campus events like Insomniacs, TGIFs, Activities Fairs, and chemistry student/faculty mixers. A growing list of demonstrations include making slime, floam, gummy worms, liquid nitrogen ice cream, levitation tricks, absorption phenomenon, and clock reactions to name a few. Check out the Alchemist Society by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or the facebook page and learn how fun chemistry can really be.
Tutoring sessions for the Spring 2012 semester
- Wednesdays, 7-9pm
- Multipurpose Room
- Centennial Hall
- Topics covered include lab and lecture content
All Students Welcome!
|11/10/11||We were finally able to start our meeting after Tom was delayed to our meeting by a crocenspiel (s.p.?). The main focus of the meeting was to set up a Gen. Chem. review session, which will be held from 8-10 in Moon 19. We also talked about meeting times for next semester, TJ will send out a survey at an appropriate time so we can get as many people to the meetings as possible. We are also trying to set up some demonstrations that we can do at area schools in the spring.
In less important news Logan Osterhoudt was voted in as 'orderer of the pizza'. Congratulations Logan!
An email will be coming out with our next meeting time. Hope to see everyone there!