Stevenson Science and Engineering Library was the host to Vanderbilt Students Volunteers for Science (VSVS). VSVS is currently recruiting new members. The organization is made up of students who are committed to bringing inquiry-based, hands-on science lessons to middle-school students – grades 5-8. Today they were using nitrous oxide to make frozen desserts to share with prospective members in the SEL hallway. Their goals include to provide Vanderbilt students with an opportunity to explain science to school children, to help college students recognize their responsibilities for community service and the importance of volunteer service in schools, to provide role models for school children and to stimulate an interest in teaching as a profession.