CHEM-O-WEEN Event: Register Now!
Celebrate Chem-O-Ween Friday, October 27 from 6:02-8 p.m. with Kent State’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry! Chem-O-Ween is our spooky celebration of Mole Day and the end of National Chemistry Week!
Join our chemistry department for chilling refreshments and spooky fun activities in the Integrated Sciences Building lobby. Troll through our Haunted Labs to witness hair-raising science demos and spooky sorcery created from our witchy cauldrons of magic potions and frightening spells. Try to escape the Haunted Corridors with as much candy as you can!
Want to scare our socks off? Compete in the costume contests: funniest, most creative, and scariest. Some lucky ghouls can win prizes like monster moles, candy, and superhero Kent State lab coats from the department. Chem-O-Ween begins and concludes with a bang as we watch the Great Pumpkin Explosion on the Student Green!
Friends and family welcome as long as each person is registered (free).
If you are arriving late to Chem-O-Ween, make sure to pre-register and stop by our registration table in the Integrated Sciences Building. See below for the schedule of events.
Space is limited so register now for Chem-O-Ween!
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Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 330-672-2405 with any questions.
When: Friday, October 27th, 6:02 PM-8 PM
Where: Integrated Sciences Building and Williams Hall, Kent State University, 1175 E. Summit St., Kent, OH 44243
6:02 PM: Great Pumpkin Explosion! on the Student Green
6:15-8 PM: Activities and Lab Demos in Integrated Science Building and Williams Hall
6:30 PM: Most Creative Costume Contest in ISB Lobby
7:00 PM: Scariest Costume Contest in ISB Lobby
7:30 PM: Funniest Costume Contest in ISB Lobby
Be sure to save-the-date for Explore Kent Chemistry Day on Saturday, February 3, 2024! Explore Kent Chemistry Day is the best way to meet our students, faculty and advisors in the department, tour our research labs and learn all about life as a Kent State chemistry and biochemistry undergraduate!