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It is the founding philosophy of the American Chemical Society HBU Chapter that in the study of chemistry an analogy can be drawn between the reactions we perform in the lab and the reactions that take place when people come together for a common purpose. We separate and we bring together. Solve et coagula.

The purpose of the American Chemical Society is to stimulate an interest in chemistry; to assist its members and others in the study of chemistry; and finally, to alter the way people think about chemistry, the benefits it has provided mankind, the promises it makes for our future, and the burden of responsibility its researchers must bare. It is the enduring hope of the founding members that this society will bring together people of a common interest and foster relationships that will last beyond university life and throughout our careers.

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It is the founding philosophy of the American Chemical Society HBU Chapter that in the study of chemistry an analogy can be drawn between the reactions we perform in the lab and the reactions that take place when people come together for a common purpose. We separate and we bring together. Solve et coagula.

Category

Professional

Meeting Day

Friday

Meeting Time

11 a.m.

Meeting Location

S104

President Name

Jay Davlapur

President Email
Faculty/Staff Advisor Name

Dr. Trevino

Faculty/Staff Advisor School Title

Assistant Professor of Chemistry

Vice President

Mariana Carretero Murillo

Selection Process

If your organization has selective membership, please describe the selection process.

Anyone with an interest in chemistry!

Dues

If dues will be accepted, how much will they be and how often will they be collected?

Dues are $20.00 with t-shirt and $15.00 without t-shirt. They will be collected every school year.