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Your CSU executive team of this year!
Academic Coordinator: Mohammed
Communications Director: Galan
On Thursday, March 20, 2014, from 1-2pm in LM 108, we will be hosting a talk by Professor Mitch Winnik!
He will be speaking about his research and academic career, and his current research. This is a great opportunity to know more about Prof. Winnik, who you might have had for your CHM138, CHM325, CHM426 or grad courses. Furthermore, if you are interested in polymer chemistry, its applications, and the research being done in this field, this is an event you don’t want to miss!
To read about Prof. Winnik’s work and his Research Group, CLICK HERE. Alternatively, you can read the abstract posted below:
Pizza, snacks, and drinks will be served! We hope to see you there!
Details on Chemistry Graduate Info Sessions at other Canadian institutions can be found here:
We have recently renovated our office and we want you to come check it out!
Thanks to the Chem Club’s support, we have BRAND new furniture, including new couches & chairs, a 39″ HDTV, a new printer and computer, speakers, and coffee/tea machines!!
If you are looking for a new hangout location on campus, look no further!!! We are going to try to be open before labs so that if you forget to print your lab report, you can do so (at a cheap price)! Only 5 cents a page!! Also, you can brew yourself some coffee or tea for only 50 cents!!
We will also be bringing movies and a Nintendo GAMECUBE to test our new TV, so PLEASE come by, kick up your feet, and get to know us better!
– CSU Exec Team
Welcome everyone to the official CSU website for the 2013-2014 school year!
Please check back regularly for upcoming events, important announcements, and more!
In the meantime, read more about who we are in the Executive Team 2013-2014 page!
or you may choose to look through our picture gallery from events during the Fall 2013 semester
– Brian K.