NOBCChE Outreach at Marietta High School Science Night

On Thursday, November 1st, the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE) at Emory University attended Marietta High School for their annual Science Night. The event, featuring classroom demos and science fair projects, welcomed volunteers from local universities to share about their STEM opportunities.

The Emory NOBCChE representatives who attended the event spent the evening handing out flyers and engaging with enthusiastic students and parents over some particularly exciting carbon dioxide chemistry. With do-it-yourself lava lamps and bouncing soap bubbles, guests were both entertained and inspired to learn more.

Department Events Calendar 2017-2018

There is always a lot going on in chemistry! Below, you will find the schedule for departmental events during the 2017-2018 school year. This schedule only encompasses department-wide events to which students, staff, faculty, and postdocs are invited. You can find out about all the rest of our events–including research seminars as well as events for specific programs and student organizations on our print and online calendar.

Department Events 2017-2018

Welcome (Back) Celebration
Friday, August 25th @ 4pm in the Science Commons
Grad students, undergraduate majors, postdocs, staff, and faculty are all invited to a BBQ to kick off the year!

Holiday Celebration
Friday, November 17th @ 4pm in the Science Commons
This year we’re shifting our holiday celebration to Thanksgiving so that students and faculty can enjoy the party before exams! Join us for a Thanksgiving-themed holiday celebration.

Visitation Weekend Research Gathering
Friday, February 23rd @ 4pm in the Science Commons
All are welcome at our annual poster session and party for prospective graduate students. Join us to learn about the ongoing research of Emory groups. RSVP required.

Have a Great Summer
Friday, April 27th @ 4pm in the Science Commons
Celebrate another year of Emory Chemistry by looking back on student accomplishments. Graduate and undergraduate awards for 2017-2018 will be distributed at this event. RSVP required.

Monday, May 14th in the Science Commons following the all-school ceremony.
A formal gathering for graduates and their families to celebrate their accomplishments with the chemistry community.