In recognition of the American Chemical Society’s National Chemistry Week, the LHU department of chemistry and Chemistry Club, a student affiliate chapter of the ACS, held a Halloween demonstration. The event took place on Thursday, October 26 in the East Campus Science Center. Students and faculty conducted demonstrations to a full audience of elementary-aged students and their parents. Demos ranged from Elephant Toothpaste and Methane Bubbles, to a Magic Pumpkin. In recognition of National Chemistry Week, the Chemistry Club handed out Avogadro Mole stickers and Halloween candy.
Photo captions: Photo 1: Demonstrators include- Front Row Left to Right: Scott Shreiber (club president), Dr. Jackie Dumm, Kayla Elliott, Hannah Ostrander, Sam Hogan, and Dr. Kevin Range (Department Chair of Chemistry); Back Row Left to Right: Steve Sujansky, Dr. Kyle Root (club advisor), Dr. Kurt Rublein, Tyler Adams, and Dr. Martin Maresch. Not pictured – Dr. Steve Coval (emcee)
Photo 2: LHU chemistry faculty and students presented Halloween themed demonstrations to a packed audience in honor of National Chemistry Week
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