UAA Chemistry Club

At the Seawolf Chemistry Club, we mix fun and chemistry homogeneously. If you've ever experienced a chemistry class where your professor created an awesome explosion and you wanted to learn how to do that, then this is the club for you! We meet once a month to enjoy good company, eat free food, and explore a little chemistry together.  Club members learn how to safely lead and explain hands-on chemistry activities, such as making polymeric slime or explosive CO2 volcanoes. With these activities, the club blasts into local communities in the greater Anchorage area to ignite the curiosity of young students about fields in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Not only do Seawolf Chemistry Club members spend time gazing at screens in lecture halls, they also create controlled chaos and spark scientific wonder in and around campus.

Recent Events

  • NMR Unveiling Ceremony

    Making liquid nitrogen ice cream at the NMR unveiling ceremony.

    The Chemistry Department held a ceremony to unveil their new Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) instrument. The Chancellor, Provost, and CAS Dean's were in attendance. There was also liquid nitrogen ice cream!

    NMR Unveiling Ceremony Photos
  • STEM Day 2018

    Professor Wrenn performs the "Elephant's Toothpaste" experiment durng the Chemistry Demonstration Show.

    At this year's STEM Day, Dr. Toshia Wrenn performed the Chemistry Demonstration Show in front of a live audience with the help of students from the UAA Chemistry Club.

     

Fall 2018 Schedule

Fall 2018 Meeting Schedule:  Every 3rd Thursday of each month at 6:30pm in CPSB 301L (lobby of elevator)

For more details or to sign-up to attend an outreach event, email Dr. Wrenn at tlwrenn@alaska.edu

Previous Outreach Events

  • Spring 2018

     

 

 

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