Alpha Chi Sigma 

 Alpha Omega Chapter 

About Us

Alpha Chi Sigma (AXΣ) is a professional chemistry fraternity - an organization whose goal is to promote the interests of the chemical profession in all its forms. Membership is open to collegiate and professional men and women who possess a strong interest in chemistry, and is for life. Being a professional fraternity, AXΣ aims to bridge the divide between the collegiate and professional, allowing members to experience firsthand the kind of work they will encounter in their careers as chemists. This is accomplished through Professional and Service Activities, such as our joint project with the Boy Scouts of America. All chemistry related majors are welcome to join. This includes Chemistry, Biology, Biochemistry, CHBE, BME, EAS, MSE, and all majors on the Pre-Med track.

Here are our Bylaws and our National Website.

To bind its members with a tie of true and lasting friendship.

To strive for the advancement of chemistry both as a science and as a profession.

To aid its members by every honorable means in the attainment of their ambitions as chemists throughout their mortal lives.

ΑΧΣ Rush

Joining a professional fraternity such as AXΣ can be very rewarding, both academically and professionally. Many brothers find that one of the most valuable aspects of joining this organization is the opportunity to meet and interact with others who share a passion for chemistry. Through collective fraternal, academic, and professional interests, a bond is formed between its members; a bond which unites each and every brother on a most fundamental level.

Who can rush?

Any students in their second semester of their first year or older in a chemistry related major are eligible to join. Join us for our four Spring 2018 Rush events on Tuesday January 23 and Thursday January 23 in the 1st Floor Atrium of the Molecular Science and Engineering (MoSE) Building from 11 am - 12 pm and from 5 pm - 6 pm. You must attend at least 2 events to be considered for membership. There will be free food provided at all events. If you feel that you may not be able to attend at least two events, or if you have any questions, please feel free to reach out and contact our rush chairs.

For more information join us at Rush or contact our rush chairs Bree Wright and Jarah Whitehead.


Puneeth Guruprasad

Master Alchemist

Blake Glover

Vice Master Alchemist

Shefali Jain

Master of Ceremonies

Jennifer Sapp


Amanda Etter


Haley Mitchell


Nico Villa-Roel

Alumni Secretary

Alec Hendrix

Historian & Web Chair

Jamie Heinrich

Philantropy Chair

Pri Talwar

Professional Activities Chair

Laura Oviedo

Brotherhood Chair

Maggie Leach

Brotherhood Chair

Bree Wright

Public Relations Chair

Jarah Whitehead

Public Relations Chair

Steve Rayburn

Merchandise Chair

Hailey Loehde-Woolard

Science Outreach Chair

Resa Carroll

Science Outreach Chair

Vivaan Patel

Academic Chair


Aarti Mathur

Aashna Punwani

Aditya Thakur

Alexandra Brown

Alexis Jacob

Allison Sellers

Amber Trip

Amy Azad

Ann Notarangelo

Arusha Siddiqa

Carter Kim

Cody Phillips

Darrell Enriquez

Diana Sweeney

Elaine Johnson

Elizabeth Lee

Eloise Yount

Felix Joseph

Fenia Kaparos

Gayathri Kumar

Giullermo Bacardi

Kate Bullock

Katherine Sloan

Liza Hurst

Maher Saadeh

Matthew Forrest

Maya Barroso

Micah Bray

Michael Sofroniou

Mikey Miller

Molly Butler

Nikolai Peterson

Poornima Natarajan

Renee Mallick

Ritika Kumar

Robert Peugh

Sam Daugherty

Sweny Kania

Sydney Lehotan

Venkat Tummala


Coming Soon

Science Outreach

Every semester, Alpha Chi Sigma hosts a group from local Boy Scouts of America troops and helps them earn their Chemistry merit badge. Small groups of brothers give presentations to the scouts about basic concepts in chemistry, careers in chemistry, and chemistry's impact on the environment. The entire event concludes with a demonstration of several exciting, eye-catching demonstrations of powerful chemical reactions. This event gives us the chance to bring young minds into the wonderful world of chemistry and make a meaningful impact in their education.

Our chapter performs demonstrations both here at Georgia Tech and at various elementary schools around the Atlanta area. Our most popular demos are typically making tie-dye t-shirts and liquid nitrogen ice cream; these are fun not only for spectators but also for the brothers performing them!

Contact Alpha Chi Sigma

Contact our Master Alchemist, Puneeth Guruprasad, or visit one of our social media pages for more information.

Problems with the website? Contact our Historian, Alec Hendrix, with any technical issues.