• You're Invited to a Celebration of Life of Dr. Henry K. Hall, Jr.

     

    The family of Dr. Henry (Hank) K. Hall, Jr. cordially invites you to join them in celebrating his life on Saturday, April 13, 2019 from 2-5 pm in the Kachina Lounge located on level 3 of the University of Arizona Memorial Student... Read More

  • Nobel Laureate Kurt Wüthrich to Present Special Lecture in April 2019

     

    Nobel Laureate Kurt Wüt... Read More

  • Chemistry Club Serves Flash-Frozen Lemonade at 2019 Tucson Festival of Books

    Photo credit: Rick Wiley/Arizona Daily Star

    Students Sara Lee Jones (left) and Cady Flohrschutz from the University of Arizona's Chemistry Club hand out samples of lemonade they flash froze using liquid nitrogen at the 2019... Read More

You're Invited to a Celebration of Life of Dr. Henry K. Hall, Jr.

Nobel Laureate Kurt Wüthrich to Present Special Lecture in April 2019

Chemistry Club Serves Flash-Frozen Lemonade at 2019 Tucson Festival of Books

You're Invited to a Celebration of Life of Dr. Henry K. Hall, Jr.

Nobel Laureate Kurt Wüthrich to Present Special Lecture in April 2019

Chemistry Club Serves Flash-Frozen Lemonade at 2019 Tucson Festival of Books

Spotlights

Sara Lee Jones who was nominated by Cady Flohrschutz, was selected as our 2nd Student of the Month for February. Sara is doing an outstanding job being the executive outreach coordinator for chemistry club; communicating with schools around Tucson to bring chemistry club to their school and inspire their love of science. She is also co-leading a program that brings interactive chemistry lessons to a library in an undeserved community. Sara always takes initiative in trying to better our club and the people around her. Congratulations, Sara!

Congratulations to Katia Davila, who is 1 of 2 CBC students selected as the February Student of the Month. Nominator Emma Harrell says, "During the process of submitting graduate school applications - writing personal statements, getting letters of recommendation set up, and researching potential labs - Katia helped me keep deadlines and remain positive during the whole experience. She willingly met outside of class and her job to work on applications with me; she read over personal statements and corrected short answer questions.

CBC Graduate Students Meghan Talbot and Natasha Cornejo were recently elected to the University of Arizona Women in STEM Student Council. The Women in STEM Student Council (WiSSC) is a student-directed council that supports the recruitment, retention, and graduation of female-identifying students pursuing degrees in STEM at the University of Arizona. Congratulations, Meghan and Natasha!