Biochemistry Honors & Organizations

Outstanding students majoring in Biochemistry may graduate “with Honors” if they meet certain criteria in their degree track, including a high grade-point average and successful completion of a senior thesis. There are myriad other opportunities for Stonehill Biochemistry majors to get involved in honor societies, clubs and other organizations.

Honor Societies

Many of our students are inducted into chemistry honor societies, such as:

  • Sigma Zeta
    National honor society for mathematics and natural sciences
  • Phi Lambda Upsilon
    The National Chemistry Honor Society

Moreau Honors Program

The College’s Moreau Honors Program brings together outstanding faculty and students from all disciplines.

American Chemical Society Certification

To graduate with a certification from the American Chemical Society, a Stonehill Chemistry major must complete just a few additional courses beyond the College's degree requirements.

Chemistry/Biochemistry Club

An affiliate of the American Chemical Society, the Chemistry/Biochemistry Club is an active and award-winning group of students who organize several activities every year. Some recent examples are:

  • Mole Day Party (October 23, 6:02 p.m.)
  • National Chemistry Week at the Museum of Science
  • General Chemistry Game Show
  • Career Night

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