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Haunted Lab to be held at Waynesburg U.

Kayla Ayers Oct 18, 2022

Waynesburg University’s Department of Chemistry and Forensic Science will host its Haunted Lab event Friday, Oct. 21, from 6 to 8 p.m. on the fifth floor of the Stewart Science Hall on Waynesburg’s main campus.

This family event is free and open to the public. The campus community is also welcome to attend.

The Haunted Lab is a fun and unique way to experience a wide range of science-based activities and demonstrations."

Dr. Evonne Baldauff

The Haunted Lab, which has been an annual event since 2009 in collaboration with the University’s American Chemical Society (ACS) student chapter, will resume this year after a two-year pause due to restrictions related to the pandemic. A variety of science-themed demonstrations and activities will be featured to provide a family-fun learning experience for all ages.

Student organizations including the Biology Club and Forensic Science Club will host different stations for attendees to learn and explore.

“The Haunted Lab is a fun and unique way to experience a wide range of science-based activities and demonstrations,” said Dr. Evonne Baldauff, chairperson for the Department of Chemistry and Forensic Science and professor of chemistry. “The undergraduate students and faculty at Waynesburg University are enthusiastic about teaching and sharing their passion for science through this event. We hope a lot of families in the community will come join us this year.”

For more information, contact Dr. Baldauff at 724-852-7617 or