HS students in lab with professor Susan Marine, analyzing data.
Two HS students electroplating iron nails in lab.
Professor Janet Marshall talking to students about food chemistry.
Close up of image of DNA on iPad.
Students in lab synthesizing indigo.
Students perform UV-VIS spectrophotometric analysis supervised by Professor Susan Marine.
Students in hallway making water from its elements.

Chemistry Education and Career Day

On April 25, 2017, chemistry faculty and staff from Miami Regionals' Middletown campus hosted our 2nd annual "Chemistry Education & Career Day." Over 80 high school students and faculty from Edgewood, Madison, Fenwick, and Scarlet Oaks high schools joined us for a day of hands-on chemistry experiments followed by lunch featuring several speakers with Miami connections.  Each student completed two experiments including the synthesis of indigo dye, electroplating iron nails, UV-VIS spectrophotometric analysis, making water from its elements, and investigating the delicious chemistry of food.  During lunch, several Miami chemistry alums talked with the students about their professional careers and educational experiences.  The event was sponsored by grants from the American Chemical Society and Pearson Education, along with support from many offices from Miami Regionals.