Name an Element on the Periodic Table
You have the opportunity to name an element on the periodic table located on the first floor of the new chemistry building. You will have maximum exposure to students, faculty and guests of the College of Sciences. Consider naming an element for $5,000.
To make a gift, contact Krista Kimme, Major Gifts Officer, at email@example.com.
Hydrogen has been named by Brian Diederich.
Helium has been named by Susan Hatcher.
Lithium has been named by Bob Ake.
Beryllium has been named by Charlie Bell
Carbon has been named by Patrick Hatcher.
Nitrogen has been named by Sarah Hall.
Oxygen has been named by Dr. Mary Maniscalco-Theberge.
Fluorine has been named by Bob and Diane Hudkins
Sodium has been named by Susan Hatcher.
Phosphorus has been named by Sarah Hall.
Sulfur has been named by Don Oglesby.
Chlorine has been named by Lynn Clements.
Potassium has been named by Sarah Martin Lampert.
Titanium has been named by Dr. Tom Isenhour.
Cobalt has been named by Colleen Cordova.
Arsenic has been named by Dr. Greg Cutter.
Selenium has been named by Pat Pleban.
Bromine has been named by Donna Brehm.
Silver has been named by Roger Goodwin.
Barium has been named by Craig Bayse.
Samarium has been named by Dr. Mark Thiemens.
Tungsten has been named by Dick Gregory.
Platinum has been named by Michael and Kimthanh Lê.
Gold has been named by Bala Ramjee.
Uranium has been named by Steve and Joy Unger.