Elements of Success

The Elements of Success Periodic Table is located in the hallway on the first floor of the Chemical Sciences Building, just outside of room 101. Donors who give $1,000 or more to the Department of Chemistry are invited to select an available element from our Periodic Table and have their name permanently associated with it. Our goal is sponsorship of all the elements on our Periodic Table display.

Sponsor an element today!


Elements of Success Periodic Table


Hover over elements in this interactive representation of our Elements of Success Periodic Table to see details. If an element doesn't have a sponsor, click on it to sponsor today.

You can also view our listing of sponsored and available elements in the tables below:

Sponsored Elements
Num.SymbolElementDonor
1HHydrogenRay E. Cross
2HeHeliumStephen and Laura Hahn
3LiLithiumLina (Tormen) Taskovich
4BeBerylliumCraig and Gretchen Speck
6CCarbonPaul Charlesworth
7NNitrogenDavid A. Niemeyer
8OOxygenRay E. Cross
9FFluorinePat and Jim Spain
10NeNeonRobert Lane
11NaSodiumRay and Eleanor Cross
13AlAluminumAl Alanko
14SiSiliconMargaret and Robert Matheson
15PPhosphorusNagamani Murthy
16SSulfurShirley Pittenger
19KPotassiumKyle Alexander Luck
20CaCalciumKen and Joan Naples
21ScScandiumGerrit and Anna Scharphorn
22TiTitaniumRobert C. Nelson and Maryann Shellstrom
26FeIronL. Rodger and Cheryl Julin
27CoCobaltDavid and Janis Pruett
29CuCopperPatrick A. Hartman
30ZnZincPaul S. Brown
35BrBromineRichard E. Brown
36KrKryptonLuke and Marilyn Kremer
43TcTechnetiumAnonymous
46PdPalladiumJohn and Ingrid Markul
47AgSilverRobert C. and Iva G. Dobson
49InIndiumLaurence G. Stevens
54XeXenonFeifei Lin, Dow Corning
56BaBariumRichard Barra
57LaLanthanumRobert Lane
58CeCeriumJames F. Cetnar
62SmSamariumDavid A. Horsma
63EuEuropiumJames P. Riehl
65TbTerbiumJames P. Riehl
66DyDysprosiumDorothy Ellis
69TmThuliumLina (Tormen) Taskovich
71LuLutetiumCarl & Emma Lutz
74WTungstenRichard G. Wilde
78PtPlatinumPatrick A. Hartman
79AuGoldJames C. Aumer
82PbLeadPaul S. Brown
86RnRadonDr. Paul A. Nelson, SBE
92UUraniumMelvin L. Anderson
94PuPlutoniumHarry E. Hootman
95AmAmericiumDaniel and Lorri Reilly
99EsEinsteiniumP.S.N. Murthy
105DbDubniumDebra D. Charlesworth
106SgSeaborgiumJames A. Mitchell
Available Elements
Num.SymbolElement
5BBoron
12MgMagnesium
17ClChlorine
18ArArgon
23VVanadium
24CrChromium
25MnManganese
28NiNickel
31GaGallium
32GeGermanium
33AsArsenic
34SeSelenium
37RbRubidium
38SrStrontium
39YYttrium
40ZrZirconium
41NbNiobium
42MoMolybdenum
44RuRuthenium
45RhRhodium
48CdCadmium
50SnTin
51SbAntimony
52TeTellurium
53IIodine
55CsCesium
59PrPraseodymium
60NdNeodymium
61PmPromethium
64GdGadolinium
67HoHolmium
68ErErbium
70YbYtterbium
72HfHafnium
73TaTantalum
75ReRhenium
76OsOsmium
77IrIridium
80HgMercury
81TlThallium
83BiBismuth
84PoPolonium
85AtAstatine
87FrFrancium
88RaRadium
89AcActinium
90ThThorium
91PaProtactinium
93NpNeptunium
96CmCurium
97BkBerkelium
98CfCalifornium
100FmFermium
101MdMendelevium
102NoNobelium
103LrLawrencium
104RfRutherfordium
107BhBohrium
108HsHassium
109MtMeitnerium

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