Carnegie MellonDepartment of ChemistryCelebrations & Fun
Pittsburgh Electric Football League
Pittsburgh Electric Fooltball League LogoSeveral chemistry faculty, staff and students participate in the Pittsburgh Electric Football League (PEFL), founded in 1997 by Rob Dalmasse, a lab technician. The league plays a football season each year, with each member "coaching" a team. The PEFL held a demonstration at Heinz Field, home of the Pittsburgh Steelers, in August 2002, and they were featured on Channel 4 News on January 22, 2003.

Pittsburgh Electric Football League web site

 PEFL crew.

In August, 2002, the Pittsburgh Electric Football League held demonstration games for Pittsburgh Steelers fans at Heinz Field.

Rob Dalmasse introduces a new generation to electric footbal.

Display case with custom players.

Electronic Football game displayed on the Jumbotron in Heinz Field!

Department Events
Department Retreat
Summer Picnic
Guy Berry Symposium
Karen Stump regional 2002 Responsible Care® Catalyst Award Reception
Terry Collins, Thomas Lord Professor of Chemistry Chair Reception
Annual Holiday Party
 Other Fun Stuff
Trick or Treating
Opening of the Achim, Ly, and Kowalewski Labs
Opening of the MCS Undergraduate Science Labs
• Pittsburgh Electric Football League
Intra-mural Softball
Sexiest Professor


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