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Student Organizations

UNH Chapter of American Chemical Society (ACS)

The UNH Student Chapter of the American Chemical Society strives to fulfill people's interests in chemistry with fun on campus activities, involvement with the community, and opportunities to advance academically.

To learn more about how you can get involved in the UNH Student Chapter of the American Chemical Society, email achemsociety@newhaven.edu.

Chemical Engineering Club

The Chemical Engineering Club has ties to the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). It provides students with the opportunity to socialize, meet chemical engineers working in the area, visit process plants and get involved in community projects.

To learn more about how you can get involved in the Chemical Engineering Club, email aiche@newhaven.edu.

Forensic Science and Chemistry Club

The Forensic Science and Chemistry Club is a student organization for those interested in academics or occupations in fields related to chemistry and/or forensic science. The club offers an opportunity to build relationships with fellow students and develop organizational and social skills essential for the workplace. Each year, members of the club attend the yearly American Academy of Forensic Sciences conference, as well as the Northern Academy of Forensic Science conference.

The club sponsors events and activities throughout the year for members and students to expand their knowledge about forensic science. In past years, the club members were actively involved with the Mock Disaster Incident on campus,  Forensic Science week, and Chemistry week.

To learn more about how you can get involved in the Forensic Science and Chemistry Club, email fscc@newhaven.edu.