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Alpha Chi Sigma Fraternity

Alpha Chi Sigma is the only professional chemistry fraternity in existence that connects men and women interested in the chemical sciences. This organization was recently started at Southeast and looks to connect students, faculty, staff with chemistry-minded students and professionals across the country through social, professional, and science-outreach events.

Forensic Science Club

The Forensic Science Club seeks to group together students, graduates, and professionals in the forensic science field. They host events, bring speakers to campus, and perform demonstrations throughout the local community.

For more information, please contact Dr. Jim McGill

American Chemical Society Student Chapter

The Chemistry Club at Southeast has a long standing tradition with the department allowing students to apply their knowledge through demonstration shows, outreach events, social events, and much more. The members take a trip every year to present their activities and receive awards at national meetings of the American Chemical Society.

For more information, please contact Dr. Christina Ragain

The Physics and Enginering Club

The Physics and Engineering Club is for students who are enrolled in physics classes or for those who have an interest in physics and engineering. You do not have to be a physics major to join and there are no dues required. Activities include field trips to tour area schools and businesses. Meetings take place every other Wednesday at Common Hour (noon)

For more information, please contact Dr. Jonathan Kessler

The Society of Physics Students

The Society of Physics Students is a professional organization designed especially for students who are interested in physics. You do not have to be a physics major to join. Our chapter is one of 550 active chapters across the country. Past activities of the Southeast chapter of SPS have included a trip to the Argonne National Laboratory in Naperville, Ill.

For more information, please contact Dr. Jonathan Kessler

Sigma Pi Sigma

Sigma Pi Sigma is Southeast’s honor society for physics students. In order to join, you must have completed at least three semesters of full-time college work and at least three semester courses in physics that can be credited toward a physics major. Students who are not physics majors can be elected, provided they meet the standards and have demonstrated an interest in physics.

For more information, please contact Dr. Jonathan Kessler


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Department of Chemistry and Physics
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