Category Archives: Events

Chemistry Library Survey

The Chemistry Library is planning to redesign their website and they need your help! Fill out the anonymous survey to share your feedback on the current website and how a future site can best support your learning!

Survey link: https://forms.office.com/r/qRLX6ZkFt6

Survey deadline: Friday April 16 2021

You can check out the current Chemistry Library website here: https://guides.library.utoronto.ca/chemistryResearch guides: Chemistry: A.D. Allen Chemistry Library

CSU Election Results

CSU ELECTION RESULTS ARE OUT! Please welcome your 2021-2022 Executive Team 🙂

PRESIDENT – Anji Zhang

VICE PRESIDENTS – Annie Li, Valentina Topolskaia

SOCIAL COORDINATOR – Samuel Hugie

ACADEMIC COORDINATOR – Atang Peloewetse

TREASURER – Mia Zakaria

SECRETARY – Teresa Weckwerth

SOCIAL MEDIA COORDINATOR – Fiona Lim

Thanks to everyone who voted 🙂 We had a record-breaking number of votes this year!

– Margaret & Aaron

Outgoing, Retiring VPs

CSU Elections – Voting Happening Right Now

Ballot Form: https://forms.gle/9um4Xfex3ntL5GwN9

Candidate Blurbs: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fFdSUxWmMDdcIBVUf9ZEgbsc4Hons0swdTtvJEiMNxk/edit?usp=sharing

Candidate Posters: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/1/folders/0B92hZVWpP6WGfkxxdThQWS1YTTA0Zzd0UldrSjIyd3oxYkRqZFVFSEROZDdCYnhGSlc1ZDg?fbclid=IwAR35YLaDsUWhuxMhsoJJU_7jMLBJgmFIFZeAUjD69oXVs-Qhb43vnl-mtT8

Event Raffle Form: https://forms.gle/czwtak6yvP3okq7w6

CSU Elections and CSU X Chemclub Trivia Night Happening Soon

Just a gentle reminder of the two upcoming events 🙂 Hope to see you there!

CSU Elections

CSU X ChemClub Trivia Night

Time: Wed April 7th, 2021 5-7 PM EST

Meeting with the Chemistry Department – Notes (Winter Semester)

We once again had a really productive meeting with the department of chemistry. Check out the meeting notes if you want to find out the department’s response to the most popularly asked questions and departmental updates. All the notes are found here.

Resources From Academic Success

Are you feeling that there’s too much to study and too little time?  

Are you looking for help on how to tackle upcoming, virtual finals?  

Are you feeling overwhelmed by the assignments due every week?  

We feel you.  

The Academic Success peers run online one-on one appointments every week and are here to help and guide you through exam season. We also have drop-in sessions twice a week that offer fast, judgment-free support for whatever is on your mind.  

We have multiple online workshops posted on CLNx to help you with things like Managing your FinalsPlanning your Projects and Catching up on Classes.  

And last but not least: the Study Hubs are running online at multiple times every day to help you complete readings, work on assignments and prepare for finals. Like the drop-ins and workshops, just log in to CLNx and visit the Academic Success Events & Workshops Calendar to find sessions and join in.  

CSU Elections

We’re nearing the end of the year, and with that comes the exciting task of finding new interested members to join our team! 

For both the candidates and voters, you need to be enrolled in at least one CHM course per semester next year (2021-2022). To join our team: 

For everyone who is interested in voting the new CSU executive team, the candidate information will be posted for up until 24 hours after the election along with the voting form. The form and the candidate information will be disclosed in our next mailing list. Make sure to attend the live election too if you can!

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1843747735801756

CSU X ChemClub Trivia Night

On Wed Apr 7, 2021 from 5-7 PM EST, the CSU and ChemClub will be hosting the First Winter Edition of Trivia Night. Lots of students came out to our Fall Trivia Night, and we hope you’ll join us on Zoom for a night of memes, chemistry, and prizes!

Please sign-up as pairs, and we will match pairs of undergraduate and graduate students. 

Please complete this form before 11:59 PM on Sat Apr 3. Both you AND your friend(s) should sign up individually (i.e., not one person signing up as a team). You will receive the zoom link to the event after you sign up. Team and prize information are in the sign up form. 

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/190553542624122

PCSU Industry Night

The Pharmaceutical Chemistry Union (PCSU) has invited speakers from the pharmaceutical and chemical
industries to come in and enlighten us about opportunities to start a
career in their respective work fields. Unsure about where your degree
can take you after graduation? Well, join us this night to find out! Our event will take place on Thursday, April 1st from 6-9 PM. Doors
will open at 5:30 PM for pre-event socialization and networking, so
feel free to arrive then.

Dress code: business casual

The speakers are as follows:

  • Anne Milochik of University of Toronto; Candidate Interviewer,
    Mentor, Faculty Council –
  • Patrick Williams of ANI Pharmaceuticals; Senior QC Manager
  • Sydney Currier of AHRC at St. Michael’s Hospital; Clinical Research Specialist
  • Thannoj Thavalingam at Health Canada; Senior Regulatory Affairs Officer
  • Brittany Epp-Ducharme at Health Canada; Scientific Evaluator

This year, the PCSU will also be holding a raffle for a chance to win
1 of 3 Tim Horton’s Gift Cards ($20 each). The raffle form will close
at 6:10 PM on April 1st, 2021, so be sure to fill out the form before
then. Winners will be announced during the event and subsequently
contacted by email. Please note that you may only enter the raffle
once/Please limit your response for the raffle to one entry. The link
to the raffle can be found here: [https://forms.gle/ncinEoQyDXYJFZjP8] This event will take place virtually on Zoom this year. (While we
recognize that this will be different from past Industry Nights the
PCSU has held, we hope that you will enjoy the event regardless.)

Link: [https://utoronto.zoom.us/j/82382172395]

Meeting ID: 823 8217 2395

Passcode: 702070

Best, PCSU

Questions & Suggestions Form Deadline Reminder

We will be meeting with Prof. Andy Dicks and Nicole Treston to represent your questions, concerns, and suggestions again in the winter! Please submit responses here by Feb 23rd at 11:59 pm. Last semester’s meeting notes can be found here.