Programs and Student Organizations

Chemistry Student Graduate Council

Chemistry Student Graduate Council 

CGSC is organized and operated by Chemistry graduate students whose mission is to assist chemistry graduate students. CGSC provides information to graduate students about the Chemistry department. 

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SAACS Organization

Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society

Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society (SAACS) is a chemistry organization at LSU, but we are open to students in all scientific fields. 

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NOBCChE lsu chapter

National Organization of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers 

The local chapter of NOBCChE here at LSU is committed to upholding the national mission of the organization. We strive to establish a powerful and impactful presence here on campus as well as the surrounding community.

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Mike the tiger in class

Macromolecular Studies Graduate Student Association 

The Macromolecular Studies Group Student Association (MSGSA) is a student organized and student run organization at Louisiana State University. MSGSA is composed of students in different scientific fields involved in macromolecular studies at LSU.

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Super Science Saturday Demo

Super Science Saturday

Super Science Saturday was held on October 29th, 2016 in the LSU Pete Maravich Assembly Center. Many of our graduate and undergraduate students, and numerous additional volunteers helped the event be a success

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Chemistry Demo

Chem Demo Program

The LSU ChemDemo program currently involves various sections of our introductory chemistry courses and a couple of upper level courses. Since Fall, 1997 we have sent out 13,782 LSU undergraduates who visited 6,575 classrooms impacting over 162,000 K-12 students. 

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ACS GSSPC Members

ACS Graduate Student Symposium Planning Committee (GSSPC)

LSU Chemistry Graduate students applied and won the honor of planning and presenting a symposium at the 2019 ACS National Convention in Orlando, Fl. The title of their symposium is "Artificial Molecular Machines and the Next Generation of Molecular Control," and will feature the 2016 Chemistry Nobel Prize Laureate Fraser Stoddart

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