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Clubs: A-Z Index
Contact Person: Jorgen Madsen
Contact Email: Jorgenpmadsen@gmail.com
Working with UNICEF, the campus initiative club works for children's rights. We focus on three different areas: Educating, Advocating, and Fundraising. We raise awareness of the different current events happening around the world that are effecting the lives of children. We believe that zero children should die from a preventable cause.
Contact Person: Audrey Addison
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To increase interest in mathematics throughout the USU campus and community through guest speakers, short seminars on computational methods, competitions in mathematics, introductory classes on computational software and teacher training workshops. These activities will have the added benefit of allowing for collaboration between upper level undergraduate students, graduate students and faculty in developing projects and lessons which connect mathematical topics to real problems and applications.
Contact Person: Wington Brito
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Create a good chess environment among USU students. Represent USU in any chess activity over the region or country. Help students to be in a good social environment.
Contact Person: Louis Lo
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
a. To study the Holy Bible in Chinese to know God. b. To share the Good News of Jesus Christ with students, particularly Chinese students. c. To engage in Christian involvement through mission to campus and community. d. To serve as a spiritual link between the students and their church.
Contact Person: Forrest Bodily
Contact Email: email@example.com
The purpose of the USU Circle K Club is to provide opportunities for service activities. The function of the Circle K Organization is to live to serve and to love to serve. We do many service projects including getting involved with and helping children, the elderly, the environment, and many other activities.
Contact Person: Tyson Lloyd
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of the club is to help USU students who climb or want to climb have a place to network and learn. The club will provide strictly academic instruction from various individuals about different aspects of climbing. We want to create a place for students to learn new things, meet people and have opportunities to grow outside of the classroom.
Contact Person: Lauralee Lyons
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To provide members with a sense of identity on campus, enrich their lives through group projects and recreation, and to develop confidence and leadership skills. Enhance youth development through direct service to 4-H members and other young people.
Contact Person: Robert Davies
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose is to promote the sport of disc golf at Utah State University and the surrounding areas through club events, course development, educational demonstration and student involvement.
Contact Person: Scotty Cunningham
Contact Email: email@example.com
Promote Friendship, Understanding and Brotherly Love. Inform about Masonic Organizations, viz.: Eastern Star, Shriners, De Molay, The Daughters of Job, and Freemasonry.
Contact Person: Micheal Eastmond
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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To have students learn the core values of Hiphop while participating in events and festivals. To have a safe meeting place for like minded people .. To change the stigma of hiphop
Contact Person: Steven Viator
Contact Email: email@example.com
Facebook, USU Illusionists
To deliver a fun and safe environment for all individuals with an interest in the art of magic. We offer opportunities to learn, practice, and perform the conjuring art through a variety of venues. Participants will develop self-confidence, communication skills, and personal discipline.
Contact Person: Dani Hayes
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Spread the excitement and passion we get through Irish Dance.
Contact Person: Michael Sowder
Contact Email: email@example.com
Promote awareness and practice of mindfulness meditation. We instruct new meditators in proper technique and offer guidance. We also serve as a weekly forum for those who wish to practice meditation in group setting.
Contact Person: Miles Maynes
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To compete in the collegiate level of USA volleyball.
Contact Person: Harrison Kleiner
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This organization is an agency of the NNCF to foster the growth of the Newman movement by promotion of the religious, intellectual, and social interest of the members.
Contact Person: rachel robinson
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our purpose is to provide students the opportunity to compete as a USU team at the annual NIFA/SAFECON event. The NIFA/SAFECON competition includes both ground and flight events, which our team will adequately prepare for. We assist each participant in strengthening their skills, not only as a competitor for our team but also in their own piloting abilities.
Contact Person: Megan Sjoberg
Contact Email: email@example.com
The USU Pagan Alliance(USUPA) club is available for all USU students who participate in or are interested in Pagan, Earth based spirituality or cultural revivalist traditions. We learn and study together, celebrate the seasons and provide community services. We also provide a positive environment for those students to express their religious beliefs and have discussions with their peers and community. We interact and aid other student organizations and show our school spirit whenever we can! In our meetings we discuss a wide range of Pagan topics of concern from environmental issues, divination, religious paths, occult philosophy, and other topics of interest. We organize movie nights, rituals to celebrate Pagan festivals, trips to visit Pagan shops or attend events. We are an open-minded, relaxed group of people that love to share. There is always a place for new-comers and whether you are a seasoned practitioner or just curious we can’t help but welcome you.
Contact Person: Lindy Marie Wardell
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To give students an opportunity to supplement their learning experience with student run exhibits, workshops and networking.
Contact Person: Marc Allen
Contact Email: email@example.com
This club is meant as a social and support group for those who have left, are leaving, or are questioning the Mormon faith. Leaving the Mormon church is difficult. This could mean causing friction with and/or losing a support group of friends and family. Making such a life-changing decision can cause a state of cognitive dissonance. A person might feel guilty, doubtful, depressed, confused, angry, and alone. You are not alone! We understand how difficult it is to leave the LDS church. We hope to help ease this burden and provide an area of support for this life-altering decision.
Contact Person: Maddison McKelvy
Description: The aim of the Pre-Occupational therapy club is to provide unique opportunities for networking among Occupational Therapists within and outside the community, and is an excellent resource for learning more about the Occupational Therapy profession and the requirements for entry into the Occupational Therapy program.
Contact Person: Jeff Hall
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
As members of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association, members of USU’s Rodeo Club compete in college rodeos throughout the Rocky Mountain Region. Traveling to various locations in Utah and Southern Idaho, members compete as individuals as well as a team in hopes to qualify for the 2011 College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyoming.
Contact Person: Ingrid VanZanten
Contact Email: email@example.com
To introduce USU students to the rules, lifestyle and attitude of the fastest growing sport in the world, roller derby! For skaters and non-skaters alike. Roller derby welcomes all.
Contact Person: Amanda Lewis
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Get students together that like to snowboard and organize carpools to the mountain, movie parties, snow discounts, etc.
Contact Person: Trey Leonard
Contact Person: Jacob Burrows
Contact Email: email@example.com
Promote and advance the profession of audiology and to provide services and education to the community. We also plan and execute a humanitarian mission each year providing hearing aids to impoverished populations.
Contact Person: Benjamin Dana
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Berryman Institute is an organization that strives better human-wildlife interactions and reduce human-wildlife conflicts. As an organized club at the university, we can take students out to work with professionals in this field. By experience, education and outreach, we are a club dedicated to wildlife conservation and management in our ever-growing world.
Contact Person: Heather Sheffer
Contact Email: email@example.com
Student Gerontology Association facebook; firstname.lastname@example.org
To promote the study of gerontology for students from any department or major. To promote community contacts with organizations providing gerontology services. To provide guidance and information for careers and further study in Gerontology
Contact Person: Max Parker Dahl
Contact Email: email@example.com
A. To create student-produced magazine targeted towards current students at Utah State University. B. To foster, through the magazine, a sense of community across the university, transcending individual departments. C. To provide real-life work experience for talented writers, artists and future business leaders. D. To explore the varied aspects of student life, provide a means of expression for students and celebrate the diversity and accomplishments of individual students and the university as a whole.
Contact Person: Mitch Morgan
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We, the College Libertarians of Utah State University, will work to promote the ideas of classical liberalism, these being the protection of individual freedoms both economic and social. We believe that only through the protection of individual liberty, can peace and prosperity exist. In order to achieve these goals, we advocate for the reduction of government and other authorities to their constitutional bounds, and to deny them the exercise of power beyond their legal constraints. This advocacy shall be realized through engaging and educating the student body and supporting political candidates who espouse these ideals.
Contact Person: Michael Noyes
Contact Email: email@example.com
To provide veterinary students with hands on experience, extracurricular lectures, and other educational experiences related to the fields of Agricultural Animal medicine and Theriogenology.
Contact Person: Madison Bell
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of our club is to get women that are attending Utah State University to get together and play lacrosse. We are currently in the Rocky Mountain Women's Lacrosse League so we will be playing universities in both Utah and Colorado. Anyone is welcome to join this club. We will have Fall Ball from about the beginning of September-when the snow starts to fall. We will then have Spring ball where we will play in tournaments and against other colleges. Join now!
Contact Person: Andrew Snarr
Contact Email: email@example.com
Contact Person: Colton Thacker
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of the USU SVM c/o 2016 are as follows: A) To meet the requirements to obtain a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree and, B) pursue a lifelong career in veterinary medicine, including continuing education.
Contact Person: Tyler Woodbury
Contact Email: email@example.com
Centralize film resources and interest on campus; viewing, producing, & discussion films; an avenue for students interested in filmmaking & a resource to network with others; provide easy means of screening films of any special interest.
Contact Person: Claudia Schwabe
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our mission as a club is to establish a base for helping people together to evolve socially and competitively to relish the sport of Foosball.
Contact Person: Spencer Barry
Contact Email: email@example.com
Our purpose is to excite people about theatre. We want to help people break out of their shells and show, through improv, the power theatre holds. By playing games, doing exercises and educating people about the theatre arts, we plan to build up the theatre arts here at Utah State University. We also plan to do annual improv shows, educate anyone willing to learn, help develop public speaking skills and quick wits, and bring laughter to the students.
Contact Person: Omar Ordonez
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To promote communications among trumpet players around the world and to improve the artistic level of performance, teaching, and literature associated with the trumpet.
Contact Person: Becki Lawver
Contact Email: Rebecca.email@example.com
Collegiate FFA continues to be a part of agriculture education at the post secondary level. It enhances the collegiate experience through service and engagement to create premier leaders, enable personal growth and ensure career success of those who take a vital interest in American agriculture.
Contact Person: Tim Burgess
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are here to unite Utah State paintball players across all forms of the game. We are here to grow the sport in Cache Valley and furnish an outlet for players to find paintball games to attend.
Contact Person: Jake Falcon
Contact Email: USUVeteransAssociation@gmail.com
? The USUVA's mission is to provide veterans and alumni Utah State University, as well as the community an opportunity to interact with each other as well as provide a resource for issues involving various veterans’ organizations. The USUVA also works in the community and within Utah State University to give back to past veterans by providing time, charity, and resources to help improve the quality of life as well as provide awareness and support for current issues concerning veterans.