MSU's Chemistry Club wins the Battle of the Chemistry Clubs Competition

  • Feb 5, 2020
Chemistry Club E-board members (l to r) Michael Schwanitz, Joseph Hendrian, Austin King (President), and Natasha Perry (Vice President) displayed their extensive chemistry knowledge and unrivaled teamwork to bring home the trophy for MSU.
Chemistry Club E-board members (l to r) Michael
Schwanitz, Joseph Hendrian, Austin King (President), and
Natasha Perry (Vice President) displayed their extensive
chemistry knowledge and unrivaled teamwork to bring
home the trophy for MSU.

Michigan State University’s Chemistry Club won the Battle of the Chemistry Clubs Competition which was held on Saturday February 1, 2020. Clubs from ten universities participated in the day’s events. The morning events consisted of Element Trivia, Obstacle Courses, and IUPAC Naming. MSU dominated in all categories by taking first place in the rankings after the morning events were over. MSU’s club continued to succeed in the afternoon at the Great Titration Race, and in timed events which tested their knowledge of density laws and visible light spectra. They then moved on to the Final Jeopardy round and won First Place in the competition!