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The Gannon University Chemistry Club is open to chemistry majors and any Gannon student with an interest in science and chemistry. Chemistry Club members participate in science-related activities and community service both on- and off-campus. Annual events include:
The Chemistry Club is advised by Mr. Robert Stallbaum and meets each month on the fourth floor of the Zurn Science Center. Please contact one of the section officers for more information if you would like to join!
The Chemistry Club celebrates with mini-moles at National Chemistry Week
Jenna Matis, Beth Facchine, Courtney Sosinski, and Hannah Feezle
My name is Courtney
Sosinski, and I am the Chemistry Club president. I am a senior chemistry
major and mathematics minor. I like chemistry because I enjoy having an
explanation for a lot of the basic everyday things that happen in our world. After
my senior year at Gannon University, I hope to go to graduate school and earn a
Ph.D. in physical chemistry. I then want to share my education with
others by becoming a college professor. My biggest role models are my
Jenna Matis is a
senior chemistry major and the Vice President of Chemistry Club. After
graduating from Gannon in May, she hopes to attend medical school and fulfill
her aspirations of becoming a radiologist. Her favorite thing about chemistry
is that there is always something new and exciting just waiting to be found.
Hi, my name is Hannah Feezle and I am a senior
chemistry major at Gannon. I have enjoyed my time at Gannon so far.
However, my future plans include trying to enter the industry with plans
of later pursuing graduate school for either analytical or medicinal chemistry.
I chose chemistry as my major because it is a very central, multifaceted
science with various opportunities now, and the potential for even more in the
coming years. When I'm not studying or working as a laboratory assistant
and prep, I enjoy shopping, doing yoga and snowboarding. Along with being
the secretary of chemistry club I am also involved in Gannon's Student
Government Association and Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity.
Beth is a chemistry
major and math minor and her future plan is to go to grad school. She is
currently working at Lord Corporation as an analytical chemist intern. She
enjoys chemistry because she likes knowing why things act the way they do.