BBB Potlucks with ACS, AX Induction Moves & Science Fair in March

Beta Beta Beta and the Student Members of the American Chemical Society will have a joint Christmas pot luck party tentatively scheduled for Nov. 27. As always we’ll they will sing Christmas carols with Dr. Mary Ogilvie, Professor of Biology, playing the guitar and the science people doing their part with the singing. All science people are welcome.

Alpha Chi officers

Pictured are the Alpha Chi Officers: Jessica Ferrell (VP),
Jada Owens (president), and Krystyna Clark (Sec/Treasurer)
with their skeleton friend.
Click on the image for a picture of the Peace Pipe with Alpha Chi members.

 

The Alpha Chi Induction has been moved to December 2nd. Membership is by invitation only based on standing within each individual school. Invitations will be issued via email to the top 10% of the juniors and seniors in each school. Alpha Chi has finally collected enough quarters to buy a goat from Heifer International. There will be a quarter rolling party at the induction. They will start to collect for their next goal of providing chickens and other small animals again from Heifer.

On January 10, we will have a Science and Engineering Discovery Day. This is an opportunity for prospective students to participate in hands on learning activities and experiments through the School of Science and the School of Engineering. The event is scheduled for January 10 at 2:00pm followed by a reception at 4:15pm. If you are interested, please contact the Admissions Office at 901-321-3205 or email admissions@cbu.edu. You can also register for the event at www.cbu.edu/visit.

March 20-21: The Memphis – Shelby County Science and Engineering Fair is a regional Fair that is affiliated with the INTEL International Science and Engineering Fair for the high school competition and with the Broadcom Masters Competition for Middle School Students. The Fair this coming year will be will be held on March 20-21, 2013, on the campus of Christian Brothers University. The event is co-hosted each year by the CBU chapter of the Student Members of the American Chemical Society and the CBU Chemistry Department and School of Science. The high school division is for grades 9 thru 12 and accepts only individual projects; the middle school competition is open to grades 6 thru 8 and accepts both team and individual projects. The high school division winner of our Fair goes on to compete in the INTEL International Science and Engineering Fair, which was held in Pittsburgh this year. The top 10% of our middle school fair goes on to compete in the on-line phase of the Broadcom Masters competition. Our student participants come from the Memphis-Shelby county area. Our competition is open to all middle and high schools in Memphis/Shelby county, whether public or private, to students from schools that do not have science fairs, and to home school associations. We do not charge schools or students a fee to enter. For more information, please contact the Fair Director, Dr. Dennis Merat, at dmerat@cbu.edu.