To enhance the health of the research enterprise, foster integrity in science and engineering,
2019 Annual Banquet
5:30 PM on Wednesday, May 1, 2019
Weber's Inn, Atrium Room
Program included Initiation of new members, Science Fair Awards,
Teachers of the Year Awards, Honoring 50-year Active Members,
and after-dinner lecture.
"What Happens to Extreme Weather
In A Changing Climate?"
by Prof. Perry Samson, University of Michigan Professor in the
Department of Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering.
Award to Chapter for Chapter Excellence at National Meeting (October
[click on image to see caption]
As we have been doing for the past seven years, the University of
Chapter of Sigma Xi provided financial support for support for one of
the UM Museum of Natural History's Science Cafés. This year it
was the November 14, 2018 Science Café on "Cyanobacteria:
Toxic tide or treasure?". The speakers were Vincent Denef
(UM Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology) and Anthony
Vecchiarelli (Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental
Biology). We learned that cyanobacteria can be a hazard to health but that
they also absorb CO2 and might affect or even mitigate global warming.
Attendees had lots of questions!
In May 2008, The University of Michigan Chapter of Sigma
Xi was given
501(c)(3) status, formally backdated to our founding year, 1903.
Donations to the chapter's scientific and educational activities are
tax-deductible. Tax ID # 38-1741160
The Chapter has benefited from donations from Pfizer
Company and others in support of our programs and initiatives.
Unless otherwise specified, publications and reports that
appear on this Web Page may be reproduced, as long as appropriate
reference is made to the author(s) and to this Web Page as the source of
the reproduced materials.
Renewal of Membership Dues and Information about Initiation Fees
Tax-Deductible Donations to the Chapter
Winter 2018 Newsletter