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The CSU would like to put together a yearbook for the Class of 2022 with information on your future plans! We would really appreciate it if you could fill out this form by Wednesday, April 20th 11:59pm EST.
— The CSU Exec Team 2021-2022 PS. You’ll automatically be entered into a raffle to win one of ten $15 giftcards upon completion of this form!
We are super excited to announce our congratulations to the newly elected executive team for the 2022-2023 school year!
President: Annie Li Vice-Presidents: Samuel Hugie, Sasha Maniaci Social Coordinator: Patricia Stewart Social Media Coordinator: Judi Ashri Academic Coordinator: Atang Peloewetse Treasurer: Jitian Chen Secretary: Kevin Yuan
Thank you to everyone who ran for next year’s exec team! We appreciate everyone for your continued support of the CSU.
Come join us at our pub night this semester on Friday, April 8th! This will be a great chance to hang out with some friends or meet new people! Only 80 people will get drink tickets on a first come, first served basis. Bring some friends and we hope to see you soon!
Date: Friday, April 8th, 2022 Time: 6 – 9 pm Location: Duke of York, 39 Prince Arthur Ave.
If you’re registered in at least one CHM course per semester next year and would like to be part of the 2022-2023 CSU Executive Team, please fill out the following form by Sunday April 3rd at 11:59pm!
The actual election night will be on Wednesday April 6th at 6-8pm via Zoom. During this time, all candidates will be able to give a 2min “pitch” on why students should vote for them, and will answer questions posed by the attending students. Only students in attendance at the meeting will be able to vote. Only undergraduate students who are registered in a CHM course in at least one chemistry course per semester next year, or chemistry program students may vote (specialist, major, minor). Voting will be anonymous, but student IDs will be collected and verified by the department.
Are you interested in finding alternative career avenues with your chemistry degree that are not related to academia? Are you interested in networking with professionals in industry? If so, the 2nd annual Non-Academic Panel event is the place for you! Join us to hear from Senior Program Analyst, Dr. Shweta Ganapati, and Deputy Director of Science and Engineering Promotion, Ms. Kelly Anne Hoop, of NSERC, CTO and Co-Founder of Edgehog, Dr. Calvin Cheng, Manager of INOVAIT, Mr. Leo Mui and Principle of Rhapsody Venture Partners, Dr. Jessica Freyer, talk about their current careers and how chemistry has aided them in their respective fields!
Posted onMarch 8, 2022|Comments Off on 50th annual Southern Ontario Undergraduate Student Chemistry Conference (SOUSCC)
If you’ve completed any undergraduate research or are interested in hearing about chemistry research from across the province, register now for the 50th annual Southern Ontario Undergraduate Student Chemistry Conference (SOUSCC)! This is a fantastic opportunity to showcase your work, meet fellow students and professors, and network with industry representatives. This year’s conference will be hosted online through Gather Town on Saturday March 26th, and all presenters will have their meals covered and receive a swag package in the mail! Sign up by Saturday March 12th at 11:59pm through this link: https://forms.gle/aPAnFPjftgDSSqA39.
Posted onMarch 1, 2022|Comments Off on Department Feedback form due
Hey Chem Students!
The CSU will once again be meeting with Dr. Andy Dicks, Professor and Undergraduate Chair of the Department of Chemistry, as well as Nicole Treston, the Undergraduate Counselor, this March to discuss YOUR feedback and concerns with the administration.
We welcome you to bring up any new concerns you might have, as well as any old concerns that you believe have not bee addressed yet. Dr. Dicks and Nicole have been super receptive to feedback and committed to addressing student concerns, and we look forward to continue sharing your feedback with them! This form will be completely anonymous so please be honest.
The form is available to all undergraduates who are enrolled in a chemistry course this year.
Posted onFebruary 23, 2022|Comments Off on Academic Seminar with Prof. Richmond Sarpong
Did you know that natural products serve as the basis of many new medicines? Natural products also provide intricate problems that expose limitations in the strategies and methods employed in chemical synthesis. What are natural products? Why are they important in chemistry? Richmond Sarpong’s experiences growing up in Sub-Saharan Africa led to his interest in natural products. These early influences, along with the evolution of Sarpong’s career in synthetic organic chemistry, will be discussed.
Meeting ID: 864 5282 3966 Passcode: 179530
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