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Jimmy Davis, Hammons professor of chemistry, gives a lecture during the breakout sessions at the Reformation 500 Festival. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 3/10/17 | 27442 | XL
Jimmy Davis, Hammons professor of chemistry, gives a lecture during the breakout sessions at the Reformation 500 Festival. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Evan Lewoczko, chemistry graduate, gives a thumbs up after receiving his diploma during spring commencement services.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 5/21/16 | 26879 | XL
Evan Lewoczko, chemistry graduate, gives a thumbs up after receiving his diploma during spring commencement services. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Randy Johnston, university professor of chemistry and department chair, gives the academic excellence award in chemistry to Evan Michael Lewoczko during Awards Day Chapel. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 5/6/16 | 26767 | XL
Randy Johnston, university professor of chemistry and department chair, gives the academic excellence award in chemistry to Evan Michael Lewoczko during Awards Day Chapel. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Chemistry students at the Fire and Lights show demonstrate how you can set a dollar bill on fire without damage if you first soak it in alcohol.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 10/23/15 | 25956 | XL
Chemistry students at the Fire and Lights show demonstrate how you can set a dollar bill on fire without damage if you first soak it in alcohol. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Chemistry students use propane and soap bubbles in an experiment for the Fire and Lights show. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 10/23/15 | 25957 | XL
Chemistry students use propane and soap bubbles in an experiment for the Fire and Lights show. - Kristi McMurry Woody

The audience at the Fire and Lights show watches a chemistry experiment during National Chemistry Week. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 10/23/15 | 25958 | XL
The audience at the Fire and Lights show watches a chemistry experiment during National Chemistry Week. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Joshua Mays, freshman conservation biology major,  gets his hand (safely) set on fire at a booth during Union Night. - Photo by David Parks 9/26/15 | 25813 | XL
Joshua Mays, freshman conservation biology major, gets his hand (safely) set on fire at a booth during Union Night. - David Parks

Sally Henrie, professor of chemistry, works with a couple of students in the lab. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 5/13/15 | 25443 | XL
Sally Henrie, professor of chemistry, works with a couple of students in the lab. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Sally Henrie (left), professor of chemistry, works with a couple of students in the lab. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 5/13/15 | 25445 | XL
Sally Henrie (left), professor of chemistry, works with a couple of students in the lab. - Kristi McMurry Woody

During Awards Day, Randy Johnston, university professor of chemistry and department chair, awards Kathryn Baugher, freshman chemistry major, the Bettye and Kermit Whiteaker Chemistry Award, which is presented to a freshman chemistry major or minor with outstanding scholastic achievement.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 5/1/15 | 25283 | XL
During Awards Day, Randy Johnston, university professor of chemistry and department chair, awards Kathryn Baugher, freshman chemistry major, the Bettye and Kermit Whiteaker Chemistry Award, which is presented to a freshman chemistry major or minor with outstanding scholastic achievement. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Randy Johnston, university professor of chemistry and department chair, chats with Tyler Smith, senior biochemistry major, about his final research project at the Scholarship Symposium poster sessions. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 4/28/15 | 25219 | XL
Randy Johnston, university professor of chemistry and department chair, chats with Tyler Smith, senior biochemistry major, about his final research project at the Scholarship Symposium poster sessions. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Students in Analytical Chemistry lab take notes as they do their experiments.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 3/9/15 | 24884 | XL
Students in Analytical Chemistry lab take notes as they do their experiments. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Josh Williams, associate professor of chemistry, guides a student during an experiment in Analytical Chemistry lab. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 3/9/15 | 24885 | XL
Josh Williams, associate professor of chemistry, guides a student during an experiment in Analytical Chemistry lab. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Josh Williams, associate professor of chemistry, talks with a student during Analytical Chemistry lab. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 3/9/15 | 24889 | XL
Josh Williams, associate professor of chemistry, talks with a student during Analytical Chemistry lab. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Josh Williams, associate professor of chemistry, helps a student with her experiment in Analytical Chemistry lab. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 3/9/15 | 24892 | XL
Josh Williams, associate professor of chemistry, helps a student with her experiment in Analytical Chemistry lab. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Josh Williams, associate professor of chemistry, helps a student with her experiment in Analytical Chemistry lab - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 3/9/15 | 24894 | XL
Josh Williams, associate professor of chemistry, helps a student with her experiment in Analytical Chemistry lab - Kristi McMurry Woody

Students in Analytical Chemistry lab work on an experiment in White Hall. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 3/9/15 | 24895 | XL
Students in Analytical Chemistry lab work on an experiment in White Hall. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Josh Williams, associate professor of chemistry, goes over an experiment with students in Analytical Chemistry lab. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 3/9/15 | 24896 | XL
Josh Williams, associate professor of chemistry, goes over an experiment with students in Analytical Chemistry lab. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Josh Williams, associate professor of chemistry, goes over an experiment with students in Analytical Chemistry lab. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 3/9/15 | 24897 | XL
Josh Williams, associate professor of chemistry, goes over an experiment with students in Analytical Chemistry lab. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Students show kids an experiment at the Fire and Lights show during National Chemistry Week. - Photo by Amanda Rohde 10/24/14 | 24358 | XL
Students show kids an experiment at the Fire and Lights show during National Chemistry Week. - Amanda Rohde

Students perform an experiment at the Fire and Lights show during National Chemistry Week. - Photo by Amanda Rohde 10/24/14 | 24359 | XL
Students perform an experiment at the Fire and Lights show during National Chemistry Week. - Amanda Rohde

Students show kids an experiment about wavelength using strings and a strobe light at the Fire and Lights show during National Chemistry Week. - Photo by Amanda Rohde 10/24/14 | 24360 | XL
Students show kids an experiment about wavelength using strings and a strobe light at the Fire and Lights show during National Chemistry Week. - Amanda Rohde

Chemistry students light a dollar bill on fire at the Fire and Lights show during National Chemistry Week. - Photo by Amanda Rohde 10/24/14 | 24361 | XL
Chemistry students light a dollar bill on fire at the Fire and Lights show during National Chemistry Week. - Amanda Rohde

Chemistry students perform an experiment with dry ice at the Fire and Lights show during National Chemistry Week. - Photo by Amanda Rohde 10/24/14 | 24362 | XL
Chemistry students perform an experiment with dry ice at the Fire and Lights show during National Chemistry Week. - Amanda Rohde

Will Tucker, Kevin Luy, and Mason English, junior molecular biology majors, connect to the online WebEx session for their biochemistry class in Tucker's apartment. - Photo by Matt McDaniel 10/21/13 | 22574 | XL
Will Tucker, Kevin Luy, and Mason English, junior molecular biology majors, connect to the online WebEx session for their biochemistry class in Tucker's apartment. - Matt McDaniel

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

Robert Duncan, visiting professor of chemistry, takes notes on the science projects presented by local students at the Science Fair held in the Fred Delay Gym.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 3/15/13 | 22104 | XL
Robert Duncan, visiting professor of chemistry, takes notes on the science projects presented by local students at the Science Fair held in the Fred Delay Gym. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Kelsey Woods, freshman chemistry major, begins to rake at the home of a elderly family in South Jackson during the tenth annual Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Ebbie Davis 11/6/12 | 21180 | XL
Kelsey Woods, freshman chemistry major, begins to rake at the home of a elderly family in South Jackson during the tenth annual Campus and Community Day. - Ebbie Davis

Chemistry students pour liquid nitrogen to make ice cream for fellow students during National Chemistry Week.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 10/26/12 | 21331 | XL
Chemistry students pour liquid nitrogen to make ice cream for fellow students during National Chemistry Week. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Liquid Nitrogen creates a cloud around a bowl as it's poured over ingredients to make ice cream. The demonstration was part of National Chemistry Week.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 10/26/12 | 21332 | XL
Liquid Nitrogen creates a cloud around a bowl as it's poured over ingredients to make ice cream. The demonstration was part of National Chemistry Week. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Haaken Magnuson, sophomore biology major, lights a five dollar bill covered in alcohol and water during the Fire and Lights Show. - Photo by Zac Calvert 10/26/12 | 21130 | XL
Haaken Magnuson, sophomore biology major, lights a five dollar bill covered in alcohol and water during the Fire and Lights Show. - Zac Calvert

Sam Howard, senior chemistry major, holds a propane gas bubble as Kathy Shelnutt, senior chemistry major, lights it on fire during the Fire and Lights Show. - Photo by Zac Calvert 10/26/12 | 21131 | XL
Sam Howard, senior chemistry major, holds a propane gas bubble as Kathy Shelnutt, senior chemistry major, lights it on fire during the Fire and Lights Show. - Zac Calvert

Students hold a magnet and light bulb close together during the Fire and Lights Show. - Photo by Zac Calvert 10/26/12 | 21132 | XL
Students hold a magnet and light bulb close together during the Fire and Lights Show. - Zac Calvert

Students observe a chemistry demonstration in White Hall during the Fire and Lights Show, which was the event for National Chemistry Week. - Photo by Zac Calvert 10/26/12 | 21133 | XL
Students observe a chemistry demonstration in White Hall during the Fire and Lights Show, which was the event for National Chemistry Week. - Zac Calvert

Evan Lewoczko, freshman chemistry major, lights gun cotton on fire in  the Fire and Lights Show during National Chemistry Week. - Photo by Zac Calvert 10/26/12 | 21134 | XL
Evan Lewoczko, freshman chemistry major, lights gun cotton on fire in the Fire and Lights Show during National Chemistry Week. - Zac Calvert

Students perform a chemistry demonstration in White Hall during the Fire and Lights Show. - Photo by Zac Calvert 10/26/12 | 21135 | XL
Students perform a chemistry demonstration in White Hall during the Fire and Lights Show. - Zac Calvert

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 S. Dockery, president of the university, stands with students and watches as Chase Bouchillon, junior chemistry major, shows Brooklin Byrd, sophomore biology major, how to hold propane bubbles in her hand before setting them on fire at Union Night during Family Weekend.  - Photo by Anne Richoux 9/29/12 | 20946 | XL
David S. Dockery, president of the university, stands with students and watches as Chase Bouchillon, junior chemistry major, shows Brooklin Byrd, sophomore biology major, how to hold propane bubbles in her hand before setting them on fire at Union Night during Family Weekend. - Anne Richoux

Chase Bouchillon, junior chemistry major, watches and laughs as Elisabeth McWhorter, sophomore chemistry major, sets propane bubbles in his hands on fire at Union Night during Family Weekend. - Photo by Anne Richoux 9/29/12 | 20958 | XL
Chase Bouchillon, junior chemistry major, watches and laughs as Elisabeth McWhorter, sophomore chemistry major, sets propane bubbles in his hands on fire at Union Night during Family Weekend. - Anne Richoux

Michael Salazar, associate professor of chemistry, looks over some P.Chem calculations with Tyler Hardee, junior chemistry major. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 5/10/11 | 17556 | XL
Michael Salazar, associate professor of chemistry, looks over some P.Chem calculations with Tyler Hardee, junior chemistry major. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Brenda Peirson, professor of chemistry, helps a student with a chemistry lab experiment.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 3/15/11 | 17540 | XL
Brenda Peirson, professor of chemistry, helps a student with a chemistry lab experiment. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Students work on a chemistry lab experiment.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 3/15/11 | 17541 | XL
Students work on a chemistry lab experiment. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Brenda Peirson, professor of chemistry, helps some of her students with a chemistry lab experiment. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 3/15/11 | 17542 | XL
Brenda Peirson, professor of chemistry, helps some of her students with a chemistry lab experiment. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Brenda Peirson, professor of chemistry, talks with a student during a chemistry lab experiment.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 3/15/11 | 17543 | XL
Brenda Peirson, professor of chemistry, talks with a student during a chemistry lab experiment. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Christian Wallen, junior chemistry major, speaks to students during the student organizations fair about the ways to get involved in Union's chemistry department through organizations. - Photo by Abigail Harris 2/18/11 | 16541 | XL
Christian Wallen, junior chemistry major, speaks to students during the student organizations fair about the ways to get involved in Union's chemistry department through organizations. - Abigail Harris

Jeff Paul, sophomore English major, and Calee Clark, sophomore chemistry major, wrap presents to be given to a 12 year old girl at the Carl Perkins Christmas Party. - Photo by Deanna Santangelo 11/29/10 | 16267 | XL
Jeff Paul, sophomore English major, and Calee Clark, sophomore chemistry major, wrap presents to be given to a 12 year old girl at the Carl Perkins Christmas Party. - Deanna Santangelo

Savannah Whitted, senior chemistry major, visits with Jackson Meadow Retirement resident Doris Brown during Campus and Community Day. Brown encourages the women at Jackson Meadow to play bridge and teaches them the rules. - Photo by Ebbie Davis 11/2/10 | 15848 | XL
Savannah Whitted, senior chemistry major, visits with Jackson Meadow Retirement resident Doris Brown during Campus and Community Day. Brown encourages the women at Jackson Meadow to play bridge and teaches them the rules. - Ebbie Davis

Dr. Charles Baldwin, O.P. and Evalyn Hammons University Professor of Pre-Medical Studies, asks a question about one of the chemistry projects presented at the annual scholarship symposium.  - Photo by Morris Abernathy 5/4/10 | 14213 | XL
Dr. Charles Baldwin, O.P. and Evalyn Hammons University Professor of Pre-Medical Studies, asks a question about one of the chemistry projects presented at the annual scholarship symposium. - Morris Abernathy

Chemistry major Jill Frank presents her semester long project at the annual scholarship symposium. - Photo by Morris Abernathy 5/4/10 | 14219 | XL
Chemistry major Jill Frank presents her semester long project at the annual scholarship symposium. - Morris Abernathy

Students work on a chemistry experiment in lab. - Photo by Morris Abernathy 3/9/10 | 14085 | XL
Students work on a chemistry experiment in lab. - Morris Abernathy

Students work on a chemistry experiment in lab. - Photo by Morris Abernathy 3/9/10 | 14086 | XL
Students work on a chemistry experiment in lab. - Morris Abernathy

Students conduct a chemistry experiment in lab. - Photo by Morris Abernathy 3/9/10 | 14087 | XL
Students conduct a chemistry experiment in lab. - Morris Abernathy

Dr. Sally Henrie, professor of chemistry, helps a student with a lab experiment.  - Photo by Morris Abernathy 3/9/10 | 14088 | XL
Dr. Sally Henrie, professor of chemistry, helps a student with a lab experiment. - Morris Abernathy

Students conduct a chemistry experiment in lab. - Photo by Morris Abernathy 3/9/10 | 14089 | XL
Students conduct a chemistry experiment in lab. - Morris Abernathy

Students take notes in chemistry lab after working on an experiment. - Photo by Morris Abernathy 3/9/10 | 14090 | XL
Students take notes in chemistry lab after working on an experiment. - Morris Abernathy

Students work on a chemistry experiment in lab. - Photo by Morris Abernathy 3/9/10 | 14091 | XL
Students work on a chemistry experiment in lab. - Morris Abernathy

Dr. Sally Henrie helps students with a chemistry lab assignment. - Photo by Morris Abernathy 3/9/10 | 14092 | XL
Dr. Sally Henrie helps students with a chemistry lab assignment. - Morris Abernathy

Students work on a chemistry lab assignment.  - Photo by Morris Abernathy 3/9/10 | 14093 | XL
Students work on a chemistry lab assignment. - Morris Abernathy

Students take notes after a chemistry experiment in lab. - Photo by Morris Abernathy 3/9/10 | 14094 | XL
Students take notes after a chemistry experiment in lab. - Morris Abernathy

Students take notes after a chemistry experiment in lab. - Photo by Morris Abernathy 3/9/10 | 14095 | XL
Students take notes after a chemistry experiment in lab. - Morris Abernathy

Students enjoy some laughter while taking notes after a chemistry lab experiment.  - Photo by Morris Abernathy 3/9/10 | 14096 | XL
Students enjoy some laughter while taking notes after a chemistry lab experiment. - Morris Abernathy

Dr. Sally Henrie, professor of chemistry, explains some details to her students during a chemistry lab experiment. - Photo by Morris Abernathy 3/9/10 | 14097 | XL
Dr. Sally Henrie, professor of chemistry, explains some details to her students during a chemistry lab experiment. - Morris Abernathy

Jan Dui Kim receives her bachelor of science in chemistry from President Dockery at the fall graduation ceremony. Kim also received the Academic Excellence Medal for a major in chemistry. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 12/12/09 | 12471 | XL
Jan Dui Kim receives her bachelor of science in chemistry from President Dockery at the fall graduation ceremony. Kim also received the Academic Excellence Medal for a major in chemistry. - Kristi McMurry Woody

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 Woody 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 Woody

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 Woody 9/17/09 | 11722 | XL
David Sevier, Ed.D., deputy executive director of the Tennessee state board of education, speaks at an American Chemical Society meeting. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Michael Salazar, associate professor of chemistry, talks with incoming freshmen, such as Lynnsey Park and Stephanie Morris, who are interested in the chemistry department during new student orientation. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody 8/22/09 | 11571 | XL
Michael Salazar, associate professor of chemistry, talks with incoming freshmen, such as Lynnsey Park and Stephanie Morris, who are interested in the chemistry department during new student orientation. - Kristi McMurry Woody

Sarah Conway makes her way to the Great Lawn to receive her Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry at spring graduation. - Photo by Angela Abbamonte 5/23/09 | 11251 | XL
Sarah Conway makes her way to the Great Lawn to receive her Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry at spring graduation. - Angela Abbamonte

Chemistry students make a special ice cream in the SUB hallway. - Photo by Morris Abernathy 9/25/08 | 9940 | XL
Chemistry students make a special ice cream in the SUB hallway. - Morris Abernathy

Chemistry students make a special ice cream in the SUB hallway. - Photo by Morris Abernathy 9/25/08 | 9941 | XL
Chemistry students make a special ice cream in the SUB hallway. - Morris Abernathy

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

Danielle Blackstone and Kent Willis make ice cream for a Boys and Girls Club meeting, where students from the physics, chemistry and engineering departments gave presentations.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson 9/27/07 | 8404 | XL
Danielle Blackstone and Kent Willis make ice cream for a Boys and Girls Club meeting, where students from the physics, chemistry and engineering departments gave presentations. - Neisha Fuson

Sarah Kim explains rockets to a girl at the Boys and Girls Club where Union physics, chemistry and engineering students went to share some principles of science.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson 9/27/07 | 8407 | XL
Sarah Kim explains rockets to a girl at the Boys and Girls Club where Union physics, chemistry and engineering students went to share some principles of science. - Neisha Fuson

Sarah Kim explains rockets to a girl at the Boys and Girls Club meeting where Union physics, chemistry and engineering students went to share some principles of science.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson 9/27/07 | 8408 | XL
Sarah Kim explains rockets to a girl at the Boys and Girls Club meeting where Union physics, chemistry and engineering students went to share some principles of science. - Neisha Fuson

Danielle Blackstone and Kent Willis make ice cream for the children at a Boys and Girls Club.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson 9/27/07 | 8411 | XL
Danielle Blackstone and Kent Willis make ice cream for the children at a Boys and Girls Club. - Neisha Fuson

Union students share their time and knowledge of chemistry with some children at a Boys and Girls Club.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson 9/27/07 | 8412 | XL
Union students share their time and knowledge of chemistry with some children at a Boys and Girls Club. - Neisha Fuson

Children at a Boys and Girls Club enjoy playing with and learning about science when some Union students went to share their knowledge of physics, chemistry and engineering.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson 9/27/07 | 8413 | XL
Children at a Boys and Girls Club enjoy playing with and learning about science when some Union students went to share their knowledge of physics, chemistry and engineering. - Neisha Fuson

Alicia Bennett makes some ice cream for a Boys and Girls Club.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson 9/27/07 | 8417 | XL
Alicia Bennett makes some ice cream for a Boys and Girls Club. - Neisha Fuson

Union physics, chemistry and engineering students performed multiple science demonstations at a Boys and Girls Club.  One of the demonstrations was making ice cream.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson 9/27/07 | 8418 | XL
Union physics, chemistry and engineering students performed multiple science demonstations at a Boys and Girls Club. One of the demonstrations was making ice cream. - Neisha Fuson

Children watch as Alicia Bennett and Kent Willis prepare to make ice cream at a Boys and Girls Club.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson 9/27/07 | 8421 | XL
Children watch as Alicia Bennett and Kent Willis prepare to make ice cream at a Boys and Girls Club. - Neisha Fuson

A girl from the Boys and Girls Club works on an experiment at one of the chemistry tables.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson 9/27/07 | 8422 | XL
A girl from the Boys and Girls Club works on an experiment at one of the chemistry tables. - Neisha Fuson

Alicia Bennett makes some ice cream at a Boys and Girls Club meeting.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson 9/27/07 | 8425 | XL
Alicia Bennett makes some ice cream at a Boys and Girls Club meeting. - Neisha Fuson

Children at the Boys and Girls Club are fascinated with the dry ice as Union students make ice cream.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson 9/27/07 | 8426 | XL
Children at the Boys and Girls Club are fascinated with the dry ice as Union students make ice cream. - Neisha Fuson

A girl from a Boys and Girls Club enjoys some strawberry ice cream just made by some chemistry students.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson 9/27/07 | 8427 | XL
A girl from a Boys and Girls Club enjoys some strawberry ice cream just made by some chemistry students. - Neisha Fuson

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 9/18/07 | 8290 | XL
During an American Chemical Society meeting, Dr. John Fortman showed several humorous clips from popular TV shows addressing the sciences. - Neisha Fuson

Freshmen Ashley Freeland and Cassie Badillo work together according to the newly implemented POGIL method to solve problems in Dr. Merkin’s chemistry class in White Hall. 
 - Photo by Matthew Diggs 9/18/07 | 8332 | XL
Freshmen Ashley Freeland and Cassie Badillo work together according to the newly implemented POGIL method to solve problems in Dr. Merkin’s chemistry class in White Hall. - Matthew Diggs

Students showed off the details of the new chemistry facilities in White Hall after the dedication ceremony. - Photo by Stephanie Schroeder 5/11/07 | 7286 | XL
Students showed off the details of the new chemistry facilities in White Hall after the dedication ceremony. - Stephanie Schroeder

Charles Baldwin, the O.P. and Evalyn Hammons University Professor of Pre-Medical Studies, helped first-time visitors to White Hall see the advantages of this new $20 million facility.  - Photo by Stephanie Schroeder 5/11/07 | 7295 | XL
Charles Baldwin, the O.P. and Evalyn Hammons University Professor of Pre-Medical Studies, helped first-time visitors to White Hall see the advantages of this new $20 million facility. - Stephanie Schroeder

Those who had a leading role in the development of White Hall prepare for the ceremonial ribbon-cutting. From top to bottom: Jim Moss, West Tennessee Healthcare; Bill Dement, Union Board of Regents; Bob Campbell, Union Board of Trustees; Roy and Martha White, lead donors; President David S. Dockery; Elsie Smith, associate professor of biology; Frank Wagster, TLM Associates architect; Harry Smith, Chairman, Union Board of Trustees; and Gary Carter, senior VP for business services. - Photo by Morris Abernathy 5/11/07 | 7334 | XL
Those who had a leading role in the development of White Hall prepare for the ceremonial ribbon-cutting. From top to bottom: Jim Moss, West Tennessee Healthcare; Bill Dement, Union Board of Regents; Bob Campbell, Union Board of Trustees; Roy and Martha White, lead donors; President David S. Dockery; Elsie Smith, associate professor of biology; Frank Wagster, TLM Associates architect; Harry Smith, Chairman, Union Board of Trustees; and Gary Carter, senior VP for business services. - Morris Abernathy

Minister to the University Todd Brady offers up a prayer of dedication for White Hall.  - Photo by Matthew Diggs 5/11/07 | 7396 | XL
Minister to the University Todd Brady offers up a prayer of dedication for White Hall. - Matthew Diggs

Danielle Pope, mathematics graduate, and Eunice Sung, biology/chemistry graduate, take their places at the beginning of the fall graduation ceremony. - Photo by Morris Abernathy 12/16/06 | 6765 | XL
Danielle Pope, mathematics graduate, and Eunice Sung, biology/chemistry graduate, take their places at the beginning of the fall graduation ceremony. - Morris Abernathy

Junior Biology Major Kent Willis and Senior Chemistry Major Nate Eckley mix and serve some nitrogen ice cream to students during lunch in the PAC hallway. They served both chocolate and strawberry. - Photo by Stephanie Schroeder 9/18/06 | 7702 | XL
Junior Biology Major Kent Willis and Senior Chemistry Major Nate Eckley mix and serve some nitrogen ice cream to students during lunch in the PAC hallway. They served both chocolate and strawberry. - Stephanie Schroeder

Seniors Rhett Barker and Nate Eckley, both chemistry majors, mix and serve some nitrogen ice cream to students during lunch in the PAC hallway. They served both chocolate and strawberry. - Photo by Stephanie Schroeder 9/18/06 | 6074 | XL
Seniors Rhett Barker and Nate Eckley, both chemistry majors, mix and serve some nitrogen ice cream to students during lunch in the PAC hallway. They served both chocolate and strawberry. - Stephanie Schroeder

Chemistry students mix and serve some nitrogen ice cream to students during lunch in the PAC hallway. They served both chocolate and strawberry. - Photo by Stephanie Schroeder 9/18/06 | 6075 | XL
Chemistry students mix and serve some nitrogen ice cream to students during lunch in the PAC hallway. They served both chocolate and strawberry. - Stephanie Schroeder

Seniors Nate Eckley and Rhett Barker, both chemistry majors, serve some nitrogen ice cream to students during lunch in the PAC hallway. They served both chocolate and strawberry. - Photo by Stephanie Schroeder 9/18/06 | 6076 | XL
Seniors Nate Eckley and Rhett Barker, both chemistry majors, serve some nitrogen ice cream to students during lunch in the PAC hallway. They served both chocolate and strawberry. - Stephanie Schroeder

The complex ventilation system installed in White Hall will provide a high level of air circulation to accommodate the variety of sciences studied in the building. - Photo by Morris Abernathy 6/27/06 | 5632 | XL
The complex ventilation system installed in White Hall will provide a high level of air circulation to accommodate the variety of sciences studied in the building. - Morris Abernathy

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