Chemistry Club

The Chemistry Club helps provide chemistry and science students with assistance in furthering not only their education, but also their exposure to opportunities within their field.  This organization provides support for undergraduates in the sciences by holding social events, inviting speakers, and doing outreach to encourage future generations to take interest in the sciences.

Biweekly meetings on Thursdays at 6:30PM in CBEC 230.

2021-2022 President: Rosemary Zaleski
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Zachary Schultz

American Chemical Society Buckeye Chapter

The purpose of the American Chemical Society Buckeye Chapter is to provide students with the opportunity to get involved with the American Chemical Society at a regional and national level, as well as teach them how to use the resources provided by the ACS. Additionally, our chapter aims to help students foster their interest in science by providing exposure to career opportunities within the chemistry field through guest speakers, field trips, and STEM community outreach, as well as providing students with networking opportunities in the fields of chemistry and biochemistry.

2021-2022 Primary Leader: Michael Camburn
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Noel Paul

National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE)

NOBCChE is a non-profit professional organization that is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive scientific community by increasing the number of underrepresented people in fields related to science and engineering. NOBCChE aims to develop, retain, and graduate its undergraduate and graduate student members. In addition, they want to assist student members in transitioning into the job market or higher education programs after they graduate. To this end, each NOBCChE meeting is geared towards equipping members with the tools to succeed by providing professional development, mental support, and fostering a supportive learning environment. Visit the NOBCChE homepage for the more details.