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chemistry club

The Chemistry Club at ETSU is a great way to get involved with others who share a passion for chemistry.  Students have the opportunity to hear about professors' research performed in the department, gain volunteer hours (such as working with Girl Scouts on Earth Day), learn the process for applying to graduate school, and tours of industrial chemical facilities. 

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chemistry club students at Eastman

SAACS students at Eastman with Dr. Jack Hensley.

SAACS/Chemistry Club meetings are held  the second Tuesday of each month, Brown Hall Room 177 (ACS/Library room). Email the president or Dr. Scott for details.  All Chemistry majors or interested parties are welcome.

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