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Student Organizations

SCA – Student Chemists Association

Primary Purpose/Mission

The purpose of the TCNJ Student Chemists Association shall be to afford an opportunity for students of the chemical sciences to become acquainted with one another, to secure the intellectual stimulation that arises from professional association, to foster a professional spirit among the members, and to promote an awareness of the responsibilities and challenges of the modern chemist.

Primary Activities and Events

  • Trips to the Chemical Heritage Foundation
  • Chemistry Semiformal
  • Mural Painting
  • Science Fairs
  • ACS Webinars
  • Thanksgiving Potluck Dinner

Regular Club Meeting Day and Time
Once a month.

How to Join – Membership Information
Open to all students interested in chemistry.

American Chemical Society
Find resources for undergraduate students, members, ACS student chapters, and faculty advisors at two- and four-year institutions.

ACS Undergraduate Chemistry Students

For More Information:

2020-21 Student Officers

SCA Email
chemist@tcnj.edu

Co-Presidents
Emily Podd
Ryan Salerno

Vice President
Zach Ziolkowski

Treasurer
Matthew Porowski

Secretary
Hannah Claus

School of Science Liaison
Anthony Cuccurullo

Social Media Coordinator
Shikha Mody

Faculty Advisor
Dr. Abby O’Connor

GSE – Gamma Sigma Epsilon

Primary Purpose/Mission

To unite those with a high scholastic grade in Chemistry, in Class A colleges in order to foster a more comprehensive and cooperative study of that great branch of Science and its immediately allied studies.

Primary Activities and Events

  • Department Picnic
  • Drop In Tutoring
  • Poster Sessions

Regular Club Meeting Day and Time
None

How to Join – Membership Information

  • Completion of Analytical Chemistry and Organic Chemistry II
  • Minimum GPA of 3.5 in all chemistry courses

Gamma Sigma Epsilon
GSE Chemistry Honor Society

 

For More Information:

2020-21 Student Officers

GSE Email
gse@tcnj.edu

President
Kevin Marin

Vice President
Emma Webb

Treasurer
Max Cerra

Secretary
Ryan Salerno

Sergeant at Arms

Faculty Advisor
Dr. Michelle Bunagan

 

ASBMB – American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Primary Purpose/Mission

The purpose of the TCNJ’s American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) Student Chapter is to raise an interest in biochemistry and molecular biology, and facilitate an environment that allows like-minded undergraduate students to network, socialize, and engage in various STEM activities on and off-campus. The Student Chapter of ASBMB at TCNJ will host professional seminars, socializing events for students in STEM, and networking opportunities, as well as participate in STEM education outreach and science advocacy on the federal policy level.

 http://www.asbmb.org/education/studentchapters/

Primary Activities and Events

  • ASBMB National Meeting (for students doing research)
  • ASBMB Regional Student Chapter Meeting
  • Career building and networking opportunities
  • ASBMB Webinars
  • Science Advocacy at the State and Federal level
  • STEM K-12 Education outreach

Benefits

  • Official Membership to ASBMB
  • Travel Awards
  • Exclusive Grants and Scholarships
  • Summer Research Opportunities

Regular Club Meeting Day and Time
Once a month – Wednesdays at 1:30 (Specific dates TBD)

How to Join – Membership Information

Open to all students interested in biochemistry and/or molecular biology. Contact Dr. Zaara Sarwar in Biology, Priya Srivastava, or  Sharwani Kota for more information.

Official student chapter membership includes official recognition by ASBMB, including full organization membership benefits and added perks for student chapter members.

 

For More Information:

2020-21 Student Officers

ASBMB Email
asbmb@tcnj.edu

Co-Presidents
Priya Srivastava
Sharwani Kota

Treasurer
Hirra Chaudhary

Secretary
Krina Patel

PR/Recruitment Director

Outreach Liaison

School of Science Liaison

Faculty Advisors
Danielle Guarracino, Chemistry
Zaara Sarwar, Biology

 

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