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Get Involved Outside the Classroom
outside the classroom and develop leadership skills by getting involved in
student organizations. Take
advantage of professional development opportunities, participate in community
service projects and network with industry leaders through participation in the
club promotes professional development, scholarly excellence, practical education
and community service in the sciences among FHSU students and the surrounding
community. The "Chem
Club" sponsors very popular Magic Shows for nearby elementary and middle
schools, provides a clearinghouse for students desiring tutoring or advanced study
and offers scholarships to its active members. For more information, contact Dr. Loretta Dorn,
AMSA/Premedical Club brings together all pre-medical, pre-dental, and
pre-optometric students, regardless of major. Members of this organization help one another prepare for
various entry-level tests, stay focused on collegiate undergraduate objectives
and stay on track for future success.
The Pre-Med Club supports the health profession goals of its members by
sponsoring clinics (e.g. for suturing or casting), field trips to professional
schools and numerous opportunities for networking with practicing health
professionals. For more
information contact Dr. James Hohman or Dr. Chris Bennett, faculty
Did you know that
Fort Hays State University has more than 100 student clubs and organizations,
ranging from astronomy club to intramurals to service organizations? And, if you can’t find a group suited
to your interests, you can start your own! Visit the Center for Student Involvement Web site to
learn more about how to make the most of your college experience!
Tools for Chemistry Majors
-Chemical and physical property data on 10,000 compounds, gathered by the NIST
and fully searchable.Online Journals
Table - Very thorough data on all the known elements.SIRI MSDS Index
Chemical Software - Links to visualization and modeling software, as
well as an image library.
Vertex42 Periodic Table - with comprehensive information that can be helpful to teachers and students. This free version is created for Excel, it's printable and editable.