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Gabi Simas, junior chemistry major, talks with James Vo, junior information technology major, and Rachel Robbins, senior music and psychology double major, at the SMACS booth during Union Night on the Great Lawn.  - Photo by Anne Richoux
9/28/13 | 22451 | XL
Gabi Simas, junior chemistry major, talks with James Vo, junior information technology major, and Rachel Robbins, senior music and psychology double major, at the SMACS booth during Union Night on the Great Lawn. - Anne Richoux
Student Members of the American Chemical Society (SMACS) set out rows of cookies representing the different elements of the periodic table, in celebration of National Chemistry Week. - Photo by Jacob Moore
10/24/12 | 21126 | XL
Student Members of the American Chemical Society (SMACS) set out rows of cookies representing the different elements of the periodic table, in celebration of National Chemistry Week. - Jacob Moore
Students look at a table full of free cookies, which are arranged to represent the different elements of the periodic table, during National Chemistry Week. The celebration was hosted in the Student Union Building by the Union chapter of the Student Members of the American Chemical Society. - Photo by Jacob Moore
10/24/12 | 21127 | XL
Students look at a table full of free cookies, which are arranged to represent the different elements of the periodic table, during National Chemistry Week. The celebration was hosted in the Student Union Building by the Union chapter of the Student Members of the American Chemical Society. - Jacob Moore
David Sevier, Ed.D., deputy executive director of the Tennessee state board of education, speaks at an American Chemical Society meeting.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
9/17/09 | 11721 | XL
David Sevier, Ed.D., deputy executive director of the Tennessee state board of education, speaks at an American Chemical Society meeting. - Kristi McMurry
David Sevier, Ed.D., deputy executive director of the Tennessee state board of education, speaks at an American Chemical Society meeting.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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David Sevier, Ed.D., deputy executive director of the Tennessee state board of education, speaks at an American Chemical Society meeting. - Kristi McMurry
David Sevier, Ed.D., deputy executive director of the Tennessee state board of education, speaks at an American Chemical Society meeting.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
9/17/09 | 11723 | XL
David Sevier, Ed.D., deputy executive director of the Tennessee state board of education, speaks at an American Chemical Society meeting. - Kristi McMurry
David Sevier, Ed.D., deputy executive director of the Tennessee state board of education, speaks at an American Chemical Society meeting.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
9/17/09 | 11724 | XL
David Sevier, Ed.D., deputy executive director of the Tennessee state board of education, speaks at an American Chemical Society meeting. - Kristi McMurry
Junior Sarah Conway, chemistry major, rehearses an experiment called the elephants tooth that she uses to demonstrate chemical reactions to children in the community through Union SAACS chapter.  White Hall has been equipped with all the tools and chemicals students need to excel in their desired field.   - Photo by Matthew Diggs
11/28/07 | 9189 | XL
Junior Sarah Conway, chemistry major, rehearses an experiment called the elephants tooth that she uses to demonstrate chemical reactions to children in the community through Union SAACS chapter. White Hall has been equipped with all the tools and chemicals students need to excel in their desired field. - Matthew Diggs
Union students and faculty watch an old television show talking about chemistry during an American Chemical Society Meeting.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson
9/18/07 | 8286 | XL
Union students and faculty watch an old television show talking about chemistry during an American Chemical Society Meeting. - Neisha Fuson
Dr. John Fortman gave a presentation called <em>Humorous Chemistry on Popular TV Shows</em> during an American Chemical Society Meeting.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson
9/18/07 | 8287 | XL
Dr. John Fortman gave a presentation called Humorous Chemistry on Popular TV Shows during an American Chemical Society Meeting. - Neisha Fuson
Dr. John Fortman did a small experiment involving olive oil during an American Chemical Society meeting.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson
9/18/07 | 8288 | XL
Dr. John Fortman did a small experiment involving olive oil during an American Chemical Society meeting. - Neisha Fuson
Students watch and listen as Dr. John Fortman gives a presentation during an American Chemical Society meeting.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson
9/18/07 | 8289 | XL
Students watch and listen as Dr. John Fortman gives a presentation during an American Chemical Society meeting. - Neisha Fuson
During an American Chemical Society meeting, Dr. John Fortman showed several humorous clips from popular TV shows addressing the sciences. - Photo by Neisha Fuson
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During an American Chemical Society meeting, Dr. John Fortman showed several humorous clips from popular TV shows addressing the sciences. - Neisha Fuson
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
3/15/04 | 1926 | XL
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

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