Do you have an opinion on a course you're studying or have studied? The Education Board is here to help you to make sure the quality of the education at Chemistry and Biotechnology programs are up to a great standard.
Are you one of the new students that will start this fall? The Chemistry Chapter wants to welcome you in the best way possible. The last two weeks of the summer is when we arrange the reception for all new students.
Our annual business fair, BKW, is a great way to introduce your company to the students that might one day be working there. Contact KNUT which is our business relation organization to learn more about the opportunities we offer.
Mystique in all its glory, but the Salamanders should not be hidden!
In the past were the Salamanders a defined part of the Chemistry Chapter, but since a couple of years ago have they become more and more forgotten! This has resulted in that many students don't know what a Salamander is!
A Salamander is a graduate member of the Chemistry Chapter appointed by the Chapter Board ($$) and the present Salamanders. The Salamanders have been given the honorary assignment to be a link between the chemist generations and the industry.
The contact between graduated students and Salamanders towards the students at the Chemistry Chapter can be a huge support. Therefore, has an initiative started to resurrect this connection, so that the Chemistry Chapter can have a flourishing alumni network!
The first event for this will be the 16th of February and is called Veritas.
For more information please check in the Facebook page Veritas.
KAOSa is a management position in the Chemistry Chapter's reception. The 2 KAOSa lead the association KAOS together, and participate in the overall planning and administration of the reception through KLUMP (Chemistry's management during the reception). KAOS manages logistics, festive, and culinary duties during the reception, and also participate in greeting the new students and are provided opportunities to get to know the new students from day 1.
NOTE: Both KAOSa need to be available throughout the spring semester and during august.
You can apply here. The application will close once the year 2019 begins.
This year's edition of Musikhjälpen starts today! Musikhjälpen is a week-long music festival with the purpose of raising money to charity. This year's theme is "Allas rätt att funka olika" or "Everyone is entitled to function differently", aiming to raise money and awareness towards disabled people. You can find the Chemistry chapter's fundraising page here. Please head over there and donate if you can!