What We Do
University of Bath Chemistry Society - Chem:Soc aims to help students from the Chemistry and other departments in the science faculty make the most of their time at University, both academically and socially. The core of our members are Chemistry undergraduates, however all students at Bath are welcome to join, be it due to an interest in the subject, or just so as not to miss out on some of the best departmental socials around, including the annual and very popular Chemistry Ball, amongst a wide range of different socials throughout the year.
Reasons to Join Us
With over 200 members we are one of the largest departmental societies on campus. Here are just a few reasons why you should join Chem:Soc today:
- Lab Coat Social - October 11th – a great chance to meet all your new fellow chemists early on, you do not want to miss this one! We will be starting at the SU, then going to Revs, and ending the night at Moles.
- A huge pool of fellow students to meet, who can also help with University life and modules
- Chemistry Football - let's bring it home!
- Bath Science takes Bristol - Friday November 29th 2019 - We're going to SWX in Bristol with BUBS, BUNSS, and PhySoc. Tickets will be avalible for Chem:Soc members on the BUNSS(Nat Sci) page.
- Annual Christmas meal at Revs! - December 9th 2019
- CHEMBALL 2020! - Feburary 28th 2020, held at the Apex hotel
- Many other socials!
From experience all committee members agree that the socials provided, and friends made, from Chem:Soc were a major factor in an enjoyable first year.
Please note: Meal Ticket includes Meal and the Evening.
Don’t miss out, sign up today!
Come and Meet Us
Find us on Facebook and wandering aimlessly around. And of course, we'll be at all of our socials!
Any questions? Feel free to get in contact with any of the 2019/20 committee members, we'll be happy to help!
- Chair - Joe Holt
- Treasurer - Gabby Beardsall (gcb34)
- Secretary - Cerys Day-Williams (cdw36)
- Social Sec - Pip Bird (pb686) or Jack Hughes (jh2891)
- Publicity Officer - Ffion Platt (fmp29)