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The Lycoming Chemistry Club!


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A Chemistry Club Hike at Rickett's Glen State Park.


The Lycoming College Department of Chemistry has two student organizations for students interested in Chemistry:

2005-2006 Chemistry Club Officers
President: Lauren Watkins; Vice President: Josie Castillo; Treasurer: Lindsey Welch; Secretary: Erika Pfaunmiller; Drs. Bendorf and Mahler, Advisors.

Typical activities include participation in the Campus Carnival (ice cream in a Zip Lock bag), bowling, hiking, and whatever else seems like fun that can be organized.


For further information about the Chemsitry Club (and your reading pleasure), here is the....

Constitution of the Lycoming Chemistry Club

ARTICLE I NAME

The name of this organization shall be the Lycoming Chemistry Club.

ARTICLE II PURPOSE

The purpose of this organization shall include (but not be limited to) the following:
to promote the science and study of chemistry; and
to foster social interaction among faculty and students.

ARTICLE III MEMBERSHIP

Membership in this organization will be available to all associated with Lycoming College, including students, faculty and staff, who have an interest in chemistry.

ARTICLE IV OFFICERS AND ELECTIONS

A. The offices to be filled and their duties are as follows:

1. President - the president shall organize meetings, plan upcoming events, and perform any duties necessary to the organization that are not the responsibility of another officer.

2. Vice President - the vice president shall serve as social chair by publicizing club activities, assist the president, and will serve in that capacity if needed.

3. Treasurer - the treasurer shall keep the financial records of the club, and collect money and make payments as authorized.

4. Secretary - the secretary shall take minutes of meetings and keep attendance, keep club records, and handle any correspondence.

B. Elections

Elections will be held annually towards the end of the Spring Semester. Elections will be decided by majority vote of those present at the meeting.

ARTICLE V MEETINGS

Meetings shall be held at least once a month during the academic year. The day, time, and location shall be publicized before each meeting.

ARTICLE VI ADVISOR

The advisor or advisors shall be chosen from interested members of the chemistry department faculty.

ARTICLE VII RATIFICATION AND AMENDMENTS

The constitution may be ratified or amended by a three-fourths vote of the membership present at a publicized meeting.


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Last updated September 7, 2005.
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