Women in Chemistry
Welcome to Iota Sigma Pi at Rhodes College. On this website, you will be able to find useful information about our chapter, how to join this organization, as well as resources from the National Council. Please contact Kimberly Fisher if you have questions about Iota Sigma Pi.
The objectives shall be:
To encourage and promote interest in chemistry among women students
To facilitate networking to provide personal and professional support
To foster professional advancement of women in chemistry and related fields
To recognize outstanding accomplishments of women students and professionals in chemistry and related fields
Who We Are
Women in Chemistry is a group of undergraduate students and faculty of Rhodes College that supports the role of women in chemistry. Iota Sigma Pi is a national honor society recognizing women in chemistry.
|First Rhodes College member of Iota Sigma Pi|
(front row, l-r) Ellysa Rubertino, Stephanie Olds, Elizabeth Wingo, Nicole Thomas, Kelly Hoth, Ambreen Mardhani, Leah John, Megan McKenna; (2nd row, l-r) Caroline Cook, Whitney Barham, Jamie Glancy, Deena Patel, Susan Wang, Sydney Milton, ; (3rd row, l-r) Brittany Solar, Haynes Kleimeyer, Taylor Butker, Dr. Julie Le, Dr. Loretta Jackson-Hayes, Kelly McKenzie, Mandie Lutin and Mandy Shum.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Kimberly Fisher (email@example.com)
- Have achieved junior status.
- Have an overall GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale).
- Have completed at least six semesters of chemistry with a chemistry GPA of 3.0 or at least four semesters of chemistry with a chemistry GPA of 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale).