Today, April 15, we have our 18th Annual CBU Student Research Poster Session from Noon–1:45 pm in Sabbatini Lounge, 2nd floor Thomas Center.
Saturday, April 19: The CBU Department of Chemistry and CBU chapter of the Student Members of the American Chemical Society will join with other organizations in Memphis as we celebrate Earth Day at Shelby Farms.
Saturday, April 26: Tri Beta will be participating in the Church Health Center’s Walking as One event on Saturday, April 26th at 2 pm. The aim of the interactive 1.5 mile walk is to promote a happier, healthier city, and funds raised will be benefiting the CHC’s Faith Community Nursing Ministry. Sign up by emailing Lee Curbo at email@example.com or Emi Abutineh at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Saturday, April 26:The National Examination for the Chemistry Olympiad will be hosted by the CBU Department of Chemistry and the CBU chapter of the Student Members of the American Chemical Society.
May 1: THE LAST LECTURE: Please join the Honors Program and the CBU community for the 7th Annual CBU “Last Lecture” on May 1 at 12:45 p.m. in Spain Auditorium, during which Dr. Holmes Peacher-Ryan, Associate Professor of Mathematics, will give his hypothetical “Last Lecture.” Last Lectures usually include the professor’s reflections on their academic career, advice for better living, and even a few laughs. Known for great stories and funny quotes, Dr. Peacher-Ryan will not disappoint. Light refreshments will be served at 12:30. RSVP by 8:00 p.m. the day before, but attend even if you didn’t RSVP (just be sure to sign in). This is open to the entire University and, based on past Last Lectures, this is a not-to-be-missed event!
May 3: The CBU Department of Chemistry will host the 4th Annual Undergraduate Research Conference. Please come join us as our Senior Chemistry and Biochemistry majors present their senior research projects.
Br. Edward Salgado, Professor Emeritus, will be taking four students to Haiti for about 8 days in May.
Final Exams: Wednesday, May 7 through Monday, May 12. Dr. Pascal Bedrossian has created a final exam schedule where there are no conflicts and no student has four exams on one day – quite a feat. This year he was asked to do all of this in 16 time periods instead of 18 as in the past, and he managed to do it!
Graduation: Saturday, May 17!