Toni Eagleson - Chemistry
306 Updike Hall
Toni Eagleson, B.S. Chemistry - Indiana University, Bloomington
Classes: Toni teaches the following introductory chemistry labs: Chem 100L for non-science majors, Chem 103L for science students who have not had a year of high school chemistry, and Chem 120L Chemistry of Hazardous Materials for non-science majors.
She is working with others in the Chemistry Department to develop an integrated set of laboratory experiments and update the manual for the introduction to general chemistry course (CHEM 103L) and the general chemistry course (CHEM 105L).
Activities: Toni is involved with Chemistry Club, pinning ceremonies, white lab coat cermonies, high school lab days, Science Fridays, and Updike Hall's Safety Committee which she is currently serving as chair. Toni supervises various science camps held in the summer, including OPTIONS Camp and Vectren Camp.
Outreach: As a member of the College of Science, Engineering and Mathematics' Scholarship Committee and current chair, Toni interacts with students by helping them apply for scholarships and determining which students are selected for which scholarships. She is responsible for training and guiding two to three stock room student workers every year. Toni is a member of Tri Kappa, a state-wide philanthrophic organization that donates money for Vincennes Univerisity scholarships. She serves on Tri Kappa's scholarship committee and is a co-chair of a project that raises money to fund the scholarship.
Past Times: When she can, Toni plays duplicate and rubber bridge, cooks, reads mysteries, and serves as a servant to her cat, Fred. She spends the rest of her free time with her family.