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Dr. Charles Baldwin, O.P. and Evalyn Hammons University Professor of Pre-Medical Studies, asks a question about one of the chemistry projects presented at the annual scholarship symposium.  - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Dr. Charles Baldwin, O.P. and Evalyn Hammons University Professor of Pre-Medical Studies, asks a question about one of the chemistry projects presented at the annual scholarship symposium. - Morris Abernathy
Union students and faculty watch an old television show talking about chemistry during an American Chemical Society Meeting.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson
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Union students and faculty watch an old television show talking about chemistry during an American Chemical Society Meeting. - Neisha Fuson
Charles Baldwin, the O.P. and Evalyn Hammons University Professor of Pre-Medical Studies, helped first-time visitors to White Hall see the advantages of this new $20 million facility.  - Photo by Stephanie Schroeder
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Charles Baldwin, the O.P. and Evalyn Hammons University Professor of Pre-Medical Studies, helped first-time visitors to White Hall see the advantages of this new $20 million facility. - Stephanie Schroeder
Dr. Charles Baldwin speaks to chemistry students before going to the Lincoln Elementary School for <em>Mathematics and Science in Jackson</em> to show a variety of demonstrations to children on a Saturday morning. Pictured from left to right: Kayla Powell, Sarah Conway, April Daigle, Michelle Thornhill, Stephanie Gardner, Dr. Charles Baldwin, Albrie Smith, and Alydia Murray. - Photo by Brad Moore
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Dr. Charles Baldwin speaks to chemistry students before going to the Lincoln Elementary School for Mathematics and Science in Jackson to show a variety of demonstrations to children on a Saturday morning. Pictured from left to right: Kayla Powell, Sarah Conway, April Daigle, Michelle Thornhill, Stephanie Gardner, Dr. Charles Baldwin, Albrie Smith, and Alydia Murray. - Brad Moore
Dr. Charles Baldwin asks a group of children questions before performing a chemistry demonstration at the Lincoln Elementary School for <em>Mathematics and Science in Jackson</em>. - Photo by Brad Moore
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Dr. Charles Baldwin asks a group of children questions before performing a chemistry demonstration at the Lincoln Elementary School for Mathematics and Science in Jackson. - Brad Moore
Dr. Charles Baldwin took a group of chemistry students from Union to the Lincoln Elementary School for <em>Mathematics and Science in Jackson</em> to perform demonstrations for children one Saturday morning. Front Row (Left to Right): Sarah Conway, April Daigle, Jessica Pyron, Albrie Smith, Michelle Thornhill, Alydia Murray, Jada Butler, Scott Hardin, Kelly Tate, Stephanie Gradner. Back Row: Reilly Eason, Andrew McBride, Kayla Powell, Nathan Eckley, Dr. Charles Baldwin, Kenneth Lewoczko. - Photo by Brad Moore
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Dr. Charles Baldwin took a group of chemistry students from Union to the Lincoln Elementary School for Mathematics and Science in Jackson to perform demonstrations for children one Saturday morning. Front Row (Left to Right): Sarah Conway, April Daigle, Jessica Pyron, Albrie Smith, Michelle Thornhill, Alydia Murray, Jada Butler, Scott Hardin, Kelly Tate, Stephanie Gradner. Back Row: Reilly Eason, Andrew McBride, Kayla Powell, Nathan Eckley, Dr. Charles Baldwin, Kenneth Lewoczko. - Brad Moore
Michael Hayes ('74 - center) was recently inducted into the Hammons Society of Fellows, a program that promotes professionals and their efforts to advance the cause of Christ in the area of science.  He is pictured here at his induction with Barbara McMillin, dean of the college of arts & sciences; Charles Baldwin, OP and Evalyn Hammons university professor of pre-medical studies; David S. Dockery, president; and James Huggins, director of the Hammons Center for Scientific Studies. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Michael Hayes ('74 - center) was recently inducted into the Hammons Society of Fellows, a program that promotes professionals and their efforts to advance the cause of Christ in the area of science. He is pictured here at his induction with Barbara McMillin, dean of the college of arts & sciences; Charles Baldwin, OP and Evalyn Hammons university professor of pre-medical studies; David S. Dockery, president; and James Huggins, director of the Hammons Center for Scientific Studies. - Jim Veneman
Chemistry professor Charles Baldwin advises an incoming freshman during the Spring Thing weekend. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Chemistry professor Charles Baldwin advises an incoming freshman during the Spring Thing weekend. - Morris Abernathy
Dr. Charles Baldwin, O.P. and Evalyn Hammons university professor of pre-medical studies, advises students during the Spring Thing weekend.  - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Dr. Charles Baldwin, O.P. and Evalyn Hammons university professor of pre-medical studies, advises students during the Spring Thing weekend. - Morris Abernathy
Charles Baldwin, chemistry and pre-medical studies professor, teaches his organic chemistry class hoping to instill in his students the great work ethic that he lives his life by. - Photo by Lauren Crane
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Charles Baldwin, chemistry and pre-medical studies professor, teaches his organic chemistry class hoping to instill in his students the great work ethic that he lives his life by. - Lauren Crane
Dr. Charles Baldwin and doubles partner
Glenda Rolison took home gold for tennis in the state finals. Baldwin has been a part of the
Southwest Tennessee District Senior Games for many years. He had the opportunity in July to participate in tennis, both mixed doubles and men’s doubles;
track and field, the 100 and 200-meter run; softball
and basketball. - Photo by Lauren Crane
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Dr. Charles Baldwin and doubles partner Glenda Rolison took home gold for tennis in the state finals. Baldwin has been a part of the Southwest Tennessee District Senior Games for many years. He had the opportunity in July to participate in tennis, both mixed doubles and men’s doubles; track and field, the 100 and 200-meter run; softball and basketball. - Lauren Crane
Dr. Charles Baldwin, O.P. and Evalyn Hammons university professor of pre-medical studies, practices for the 100 and 200-meter run in the Southwest Tennessee District Senior Games. - Photo by Lauren Crane
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Dr. Charles Baldwin, O.P. and Evalyn Hammons university professor of pre-medical studies, practices for the 100 and 200-meter run in the Southwest Tennessee District Senior Games. - Lauren Crane
Forty-seven faculty and staff members have served Union for 20 years or more. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Forty-seven faculty and staff members have served Union for 20 years or more. - Jim Veneman
Following a demonstration by Neil Jackson (rear, left) and Sarah Perlinger, both chemistry majors, Dr. Charles M. Baldwin (far right), professor of pre-medical studies, explains the science behind the chemical reaction they have just viewed to second grade students at Whitehall Enhanced Community School on Friday. Union students take chemical demonstrations to students in east Jackson elementary schools through a grant from the American Chemical Society. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Following a demonstration by Neil Jackson (rear, left) and Sarah Perlinger, both chemistry majors, Dr. Charles M. Baldwin (far right), professor of pre-medical studies, explains the science behind the chemical reaction they have just viewed to second grade students at Whitehall Enhanced Community School on Friday. Union students take chemical demonstrations to students in east Jackson elementary schools through a grant from the American Chemical Society. - Jim Veneman
Chemistry professor Charles Baldwin and Junior Chemistry major Neil Jackson talk about the benefits of trees to students at Parkview Montessori during Day of Remembrance 2003. - Photo by Jonathan Blair
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Chemistry professor Charles Baldwin and Junior Chemistry major Neil Jackson talk about the benefits of trees to students at Parkview Montessori during Day of Remembrance 2003. - Jonathan Blair
Charles Baldwin, O.P. and Evalyn Hammons University Professor of Pre-Medical Studies, during an interview for Unionite feature - The Question of Healthcare - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Charles Baldwin, O.P. and Evalyn Hammons University Professor of Pre-Medical Studies, during an interview for Unionite feature - The Question of Healthcare - Jim Veneman
Union Lady Bulldog Mary Catherine Way is cheered by her teammates, Alumni Director Gary Williams, and Chemistry professor Charles Baldwin at the beginning of the Homecoming 2002 game against Trevecca Nazarene. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Union Lady Bulldog Mary Catherine Way is cheered by her teammates, Alumni Director Gary Williams, and Chemistry professor Charles Baldwin at the beginning of the Homecoming 2002 game against Trevecca Nazarene. - Jim Veneman
Dr. Charles M. Baldwin - O.P. and Evalyn Hammons University Professor of Pre-Medical Studies - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Dr. Charles M. Baldwin - O.P. and Evalyn Hammons University Professor of Pre-Medical Studies - Jim Veneman
Dr. Charles M. Baldwin - O.P. and Evalyn Hammons University Professor of Pre-Medical Studies - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Dr. Charles M. Baldwin - O.P. and Evalyn Hammons University Professor of Pre-Medical Studies - Jim Veneman
Dr. Charles M. Baldwin - O.P. and Evalyn Hammons University Professor of Pre-Medical Studies - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Dr. Charles M. Baldwin - O.P. and Evalyn Hammons University Professor of Pre-Medical Studies - Jim Veneman

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