We invite you to browse our collection of photos taken during a single spring semester Thursday afternoon. You will see what it is like to take classes, participate in labs, and have individual hands-on research projects with the faculty and staff of the IC Chemistry Department.
Research studnets preforming demos at Cass Park Summer Camp in the summer of 2011
American Chemical Society's 241st national meeting in California. The following students presented there research at this meeting: Juan (Chemistry 2011), Jade (Chemistry 2011), Sarah B. (Chemistry 2011), Stephanie (Biochemistry 2011), Kaylee (Biochemistry 2012), Samantha (Chemistry 2012), Sara M. (Biochemistry 2012), Courtney (Chemistry 2012).
Each year the science center of Ithaca puts on an event called "Spookie Science" around halloween. IC3 takes part in this event by dressing up in costumes and preforming chemistry demonstrations. We attend each year, make sure you sign up soon we have a limited number of spots open!
Students put on demonstrations for children at a local camp over the summer.
Janet Hunting's Experimental Chemistry 4 class takes a visit to Cornell Universities nanoparticle facility.
The Chemistry Club returned to the ScienCenter this year for two great shows for the Ithaca community.
Beth Pallo (Environmental Science '06 with Chemistry concentration) presented a poster on her capstone project titled, "Multi-Faceted Evaluation of Sustainable Landscaping on a College Campus". Her presentation was well received. The conference was held in Houston, TX, from August 19 to 22, 2006.
Members of Summer Research '06 at Ithaca College Chemistry Department
The chemistry club went to South Hill Elementary School and to the Longview retirement community to perform chemistry demonstrations. We also made liquid nitrogen ice cream!!
Through the generous donations of the friends, family, faculty, and staff of the chemistry department, the Chemistry Club participated in the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life.
The ChemClub celebrates the end of the Fall 2005 semester with a hearty banquet catered by Taste of Thai.
Held annually at the Ithaca Science Center, Spooky Science invites halloweening children of all ages to come and show off their costumes and learn about science from our chemistry and biochemistry majors.
Author, poet, chemist, and 1981 Nobel Laureate Roald Hoffmann visited IC for his lecture "Old Wine, New Flasks: Reflections on Science and Jewish Tradition". Professor Hoffmann then joined the chemistry students and faculty for dinner at the Tower Club restaurant courtesy of the Chemistry Club.
Pictures from the Senior Picnic at Six Mile Creek Vineyard and Commencement.
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Posters presented at the National American Chemical Society Meeting in San Diego, CA, March 13-17, 2005.
In October 2004, the chemistry club put on a "Spooky Science" Show at the Ithaca ScienCenter in downtown Ithaca, NY. Over 200 people attended!