Fall 2016: Events
Most of our meetings will be at PSC 124! Our last meeting will be in PSC 362.
Spring 2016: Current Events
NOTE: All Chemistry Club meetings for the Spring 2016 semester have changed to NSC 218!! Same time and same day though.
All Chemistry Club events are in the Petit Science Building room 124 at 12pm unless otherwise noted.
Fall 2015: Past Events
9/4/2015: Chemistry Club Kick-Off — Find out about this year’s events, opportunities and how you can get involved!
9/11/2015: James Buesse will be discussing his work with the Georgia Chemistry Council and how he keeps industry and government intertwined.
9/25/2015: Guest Speaker Jodie Grosklags will be joining us to talk about her work as a Food Chemistry Scientist at The Coca-Cola Company.
10/16/2015: Bring your resume’s and CV’s to have them critiqued and perfected by our own Dr. Dabney Dixon. She will tell you like it is and help you get your dream job!
10/30/2015: Nicholas Cortese will be returning to speak about his work with the Delta labs. Find out what jobs are available to you in aviation!
11/6/2015: Ronit Erlitzki will be joining us all the way from Buford, Ga to tell us about her work as the business development manager for the AdEdge water treatment.
11/20/2015: Dr. Ray will start the meeting off by informing us of all the job opportunities in biochemistry and we will be ending the meeting with one of our own graduate students, Sadegh Arian, who will be showing us his research in biochemistry. Giving us an insight into the work required for a job in biochemistry.
Spring 2015: Past Events
1/23/15 Chemistry Club Kick-Off — Meet and greet the officers and learn how to become an active member of the chemistry Club
1/30/15 Curriculum Vitae and Resume Building Work-Shop — Come have your CV and resume looked at by a Biology Ph.D student who excels in writing education.
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2/3/15 CDC Field Trip — YOU MUST SIGN UP FOR THIS TRIP!!!! as there are only 30 seats available, to sign up email email@example.com with your name and panther id
2/5/15 Science and Technology Career and Internship Fair — Collaboration with Career Services 3pm-6pm Dahlberg Hall Room: Veterans Memorial Hall
2/6/15 “Pre-Requisites to Life” — Come interact and network with your fellow Chemistry Club member to get advice and even job/research prospects. We plan to split into groups of certain fields “research” “pre-med” “Grad-School”. We want our members to get the most out of this and connect with one another.
2/13/15 Head of Fulton Co. Watershed laboratory ROOM CHANGE CLASSROOM SOUTH 608 — Come find out what a Chemist does at a Watershed Lab and how important jobs in industry are.
2/20/15 Aerotek Recruiting Agency — Join us to speak with one of the leading staffing firms in the science industry. Hear about who is hiring in industry and what the steps are to land your dream job after graduation.
3/6/15 Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Erin Tracy M.S — Ms. Erin Tracy will give an overview of GBI as a whole and what they do specifically in the Chemistry section.
3/13/15 Waste Management, Seth Ramaley — Come hear Seth Ramaley, P.G. Who is the Director of the Groundwater Protection Program for the Southeast US, talk to us about the roles a chemist plays in hydro-geological investigations, groundwater sampling programs and environmental liability control.
3/27/15 Ramona Simien, GSU Career Services, Are you currently preparing your personal statement for medical school, professional programs or looking for a job? See how Career Services can help.
4/3/15 Dr. Gadda, Director of Graduate Studies in Chemistry: Join us for an inspiring presentation about effective long term planning and how important networking is when looking for a job.
4/8/15 and 4/9/15 Nonprofit Volunteer & Internship Fair 10am-2pm Dahlberg Hall Room: Veterans Memorial Hall
4/10/15 Gwen Kenny & Dr. Comar: Come listen to information about the biochemistry concentration as well as what jobs are available in the field for Biochemists.
4/17/15 iGem and Party