We strive to engage and learn about the newest innovations in the field of chemistry. Whether it be through experiments, lectures, or the finale of Breaking Bad, we love the study of chemistry.
We aren't an exclusive group. Anyone with an inkling of interest in chemistry is welcomed to join, participate, or even lead chemistry-focused events. The UCC is focused on creating a group that anyone can enjoy.
Science education is key enrichment for middle schoolers and high schoolers. Through engaging after school programs, the UCC is determined to provide fun and educational after school programs to school children in the community.
Hope you enjoyed visitng our table at the Fall Activities Fair
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Project Pumpkin - Project Pumpkin is an event organized by the Northwestern Community Development Corps (NCDC) in the days before Halloween. It takes place in the Norris Student Center and provides a safe environment for disadvantaged children to trick-or-treat. The UCC provides a booth every year filled with candy and a chemistry demonstration or two. For more information, please contact one of the SCOPE chairs.
Eberhard Halloween Show - A show of boos and booms. Northwestern's own Eberhard, chemistry demonstrator to the (future) stars, gives an hour-long show full of cool chemistry tricks, including explosions, glowing chemicals, and more explosions. This is truly a Northwestern institution, one that all levels of undergrads (and some grad students) come out to see. Truly a one-of-a-kind show!
NCDC - The UCC aids the NCDC in helping refugee children by providing those children with a afternoon of chemistry-related fun. For more information, please contact one of the SCOPE chairs.
Eberhard Beach Show - Take all of the fun of the Eberhard Halloween Show and move it to the shores of beautiful Lake Michigan. Featuring the loudest explosions of the year, along with bad chemistry jokes and other demos.
The Northwestern UCC offers tutoring services in chemistry to all students, regardless of membership status
in the UCC.
In other words, if you're a NU undergrad, you can use our free tutoring service.
For General Chemistry (Both 102 and 172): Winter quarter hours/days are as follows:
Sunday-Wednesday in Tech HG04, 8-10pm
Sunday and Wednesdays in Allison 1021, 8-10pm.
Students should bring their wild cards to sign in.
For more information or questions, email Gen Chem Tutoring Coordinator Maggie Kelty (email@example.com).
Private tutoring with the tutors listed below may also be arranged by email for further assistance.
In your email, please include:
1. Your name.
2. Your professor.
3. The chapters and topics you primarily want to go over.
4. What times work best for you to meet.
5. Preferable meeting places (Norris, etc.).
Margaret Kelty (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Kassandra Blanchard (email@example.com)
Madeline Kossik (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Christian Jacobson (email@example.com)