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Contact Person: Kevin Corn
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The promotion of the Agriculture Industry through real world experience.
Contact Person: Emma Shoaf
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The Agribusiness Club is a club designed for students interested in agribusiness. We hold activities and meetings to help students get to know each other and learn about career options. Most importantly we provide opportunity to students to apply the knowledge obtained in the classroom with real life case of study.
Contact Person: Bailee Woolstenhulme
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To foster career development among future agricultural communicators. To facilitate public relations and communication within the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences. To encourage student involvement in the university, community, and industry.
Contact Person: Bret Nielsen
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The Purpose of the Student chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) is to support and mirror the mission of the national ASLA. The Student chapter also endeavors to aid and add value to a students education within the LAEP department and the College of Agriculture.
Contact Person: Giovanny Parra
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First Objective: To create a more efficient relationship among Air Force officer candidates, in particular within the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps. Function of the First Objective: To provide opportunities for a greater interaction among collegiate level Air Force officer candidates and to encourage increased communication with Air Force officers and leaders in national defense, government, and industry. Second Objective: To aid in the development of effective Air Force officers. Function of the Second Objective: To provide more opportunities for Air Force officer candidates to exercise leadership, management, organizational, and public relations skills. Third Objective: To further the purpose, traditions, and concepts of the United States Air Force. Function of the Third Objective: To provide opportunities for officer candidates to participate in campus and community service activities, demonstrating the close relationship between civilian and military institutions.
Contact Person: Timothy McFall
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The purpose of AIS is to help students who are interested in Information Systems (IS) to get networked with professionals, gain the skills needed to get employed, and ultimately get a great career in IS.
Contact Person: Ryan Putman
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The purpose of the BE Club is to get students more involved with their peers, university, and community by providing networking, leadership opportunities, and the enhancement of personal and professional growth in the field of Biological Engineering.
Contact Person: Ryan Hirschi
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We aim to serve local families that are caring for a loved one who is terminally ill. Caring for someone as they are dying can be an emotional, difficult process. By performing service projects, we help these families with everyday tasks and provide them with more time to be with their loved ones.
Contact Person: Lindsay June
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The purpose of the Chiropractic Club is to educate students on chiropractic health care especially those contemplating the path of Doctor of Chiropractic as a career. Students will be provided with the opportunity to learn about different chiropractic philosophies and chiropractic schools through presentations by practicing doctors of chiropractic, chiropractic assistants and visits from chiropractic colleges. In addition information and support will be provided in preparation for the application process for chiropractic school.
Contact Person: Angie Anderson
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A. To provide greater opportunities for faculty and student interactions B. To provide social activities and events for the membership C. To provide learning opportunities as it applies to the field and study of communications
Contact Person: Dallin Flinders
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Provide dietetic-related activities and service opportunities that promote health and wellness, increase awareness of career paths, and network with other dietetic students and professionals.
Contact Person: Bryte Sellers
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The purpose of the club is to provide students with an opportunity to network with fellow Disney College Program Alumni. It is also meant to connect Disney fans across the campus. The Disney College Program Alumni Association spreads Disney magic across the Utah State Campus by hosting meetings, events, service projects, and participation in school activities.
Contact Person: Maren Renda
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Help food science and food technology majors get together, network, and build friendships. All who are interested in the field, whether in the major or not, are invited to come.
Contact Person: Amanda Leifson
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The mission of the Graduate Association of Political Science Students, or GAPSS, is to promote the academic and social interactions of political science graduate students with faculty and staff at Utah State University. Through planning, coordinating, and carrying out events to promote these goals, GAPSS will provide a venue wherein students and faculty can work together to promote research, academic findings and achievement, and participate in enriching social experiences.
Contact Person: Caitlyn Smith
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Contact Person: Haley Teuscher
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HOSA provides a unique program of leadership development, motivation, and recognition exclusively for secondary, postsecondary, adult, and collegiate students enrolled in health science education and biomedical science programs or have interests in pursuing careers in health professions. HOSA is 100% health care!
Contact Person: Peter LeCheminant
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Involved in anticipation, recognition, evaluation, and control of chemical and physical hazards in the workplace. Industrial Hygienists are dedicated to protecting these people so they can return safety to their families each day. This club exposes members to IH by socializing with those already in the program and networking with local certified IHs.
Contact Person: Cassie Westfall
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We are a club associated with the new School of Veterinary Medicine at Utah State University. We raise money for veterinary students to travel to different countries and work in the veterinary sciences.
Contact Person: Kathy Harris
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The ITLS Student Association (ITSA) advocates on behalf of ITLS students to represent the interests and concerns of students to the Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences Department and Utah State University. The ITLS Student Association strives to provide a conduit between our students, faculty, administration, and professionals. Through ITSA, students can address issues with faculty and administration including, but not limited to, academic programs and curricula, courses, professional development, goals of the department, and social interactions. Through the service of our leadership and committee members, ITSA strives to improve the quality of student life and increase the potential for students’ success while at Utah State and in their future professions. ITSA main objectives are: 1) To facilitate communication and collaboration between students, faculty, administration, and professionals. 2) To represent the interests and concerns of ITLS students to the ITLS department and Utah State University. 3) To improve the quality of student life and increase potential for students’ success.
Contact Person: Ryan Westover
Contact Email: Rewestover@gmail.com
Offers a specific student organization for HR graduate students. We offer further professional development as well as opportunities for alumni networking and additional education.
Contact Person: Danielle Christensen
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"NSCS is an honor society that engages high-achieving first- and second-year students in the top 20% of their class. NSCS has established chapters at more than 300 schools across the country and more than 800,000 members. We are a proud member of the Association of College Honor Societies" (www.nscs.org)
Contact Person: Bret Guercio
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The purpose of the Neuroscience club is to promote awareness and interest in ongoing neuroscience research at Utah State University (USU). Additionally, the club will foster collaboration and cooperation between the different neuroscience related labs on campus. The club will also increase awareness of research and volunteer opportunities on campus.
Contact Person: Cameron Olsen
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Inform students about the opportunities that are available in the health field regarding eye-care and vision correction. Service oriented: collect & sort glasses to send to Peru. Organize a 5K each year and donate proceeds to a Charity.
Contact Person: Teresa Bodrero
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to recognize and reward academic excellence and leadership through service. This organization is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies and identifies individuals with proven or potential professional and community service. This organization gives opportunities to build professional leadership, supplies a structure for building competence skills in management and leadership, provides networking with established professionals, and allows for mentoring by alumni.
Contact Person: Zak Dymock
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The purpose of Pre-SOMA is to promote and inform Utah State students and all interested about osteopathic medical education, to increase the number of applicants to medical schools by increasing the interest in osteopathic schools, and prepare Utah State students for the rigors of medical school.
Contact Person: Seth Drury
Contact Email: SACNAS@usu.edu
SACNAS is a society of scientists dedicated to fostering the success of Hispanic/Chicano and Native American scientists—from college students to professionals—to attain advanced degrees, careers, and positions of leadership in science. The USU Chapter is across several colleges and will promote diversity in sciences to all levels of students and professionals
Contact Person: Forestry Club
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The USU Forestry Club, or USU Student Chapter of the Society of American Foresters, is an informal group of people interested in forestry and it related fields. Our goal is to advance the science, technology, education, and practice of professional foresters, and to use the knowledge and skill of the profession to benefit society.
Contact Person: Laurie McNeill
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To provide occasions for Environmental Engineering students and faculty to share and communicate their thoughts on contemporary aspects of Environmental Engineering by conducting interdisciplinary research discussion groups and seminars from academic and industrial professionals.
Contact Person: Fee Busby
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to promote the professional development and continuing education of members and the public and the stewardship of rangeland resources.
Contact Person: Barbara Fiechtl
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Members include Special Education majors and those who advocate for students with disabilities. The members participate in service activities for students with disabilities, informational seminars on teaching, and social activities.
Contact Person: Lauren Wallentine
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The Heads provides a place for other clubs and organizations on campus to get professional branding, web design and paper/document design created by English and graphic design majors. It allows the members of the club to gain professional experience working for a client, with graphic designers, and with English majors as well as build their own portfolios. We hope to improve the credibility of USU’s English and graphic design programs.
Contact Person: Dr. Greg Wheeler
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It shall be the purpose of this organization to: • Make available to members varied opportunities for professional development in all areas of music education. • Acquaint members with the privileges and responsibilities of the music education profession. • Provide all members with the opportunity to become acquainted with leaders in the music education profession through participation in programs, demonstrations, discussions, workshops, and performances planned by this chapter, the Utah Music Educators Association, and the National Association for Music Education (NAfME). • Assist the Utah State University Music Department in various projects throughout the year. • Aid in various projects hosted by the Utah State University Music Department throughout the year. • Provide the opportunity to have contact with collegiate members from other schools.
Contact Person: chris liu
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Design, build, and test experimental rockets
Contact Person: rachel robinson
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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: Maddison McKelvy
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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: Benjamin Dana
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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: Preston Colver
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The USU Student Chapter of the International Society of Arboriculutre, or Aggie Axemen, is an informal group of people interested in arboriculture, urban forestry and other related fields. Our goal is to advance the education, practice and professionalism of young arborists and urban foresters, and to use the knowledge and skill of the profession to benefit society.
Contact Person: Heather Sheffer
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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: Colby Jensen
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(a) to promote the advancement of science and engineering relating to the atomic nucleus, and of allied sciences and arts; (b) to aid in the integration of the several disciplines constituting nuclear science and technology; (c) to encourage research in nuclear science and technology and in allied fields; (d) to provide access to established scholarships, grants, and awards useful in furthering the foregoing objectives; (e) to hold meetings for the presentation and discussion of scientific and technical papers
Contact Person: Stephen Lytle
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To inspire, educate, and participate in interactive, hands on experiences, networking with professionals, and building a foundation for careers working with wildlife.
Contact Person: Omar Ordonez
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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: Sarah Guzman
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The Water Environment Association of Utah is dedicated to the professional growth of its members and the preservation and enhancement of the water environment. Strategies 1. Provide opportunities for the interaction and professional growth of Association members. 2. Build an active membership. 3. Promote public understanding of the value of water QUALITY and water resources. 4. Provide educational information for environmental POLICY formation. 5. Build alliances and exchange information with individuals and organizations with related interests. 6. Promote diversity in the types of water quality issues addressed. 7. Provide the resources necessary to realize the Vision, Strategies and Objectives.
Contact Person: Erica Black
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Create awareness and provide education regarding women in business. Mentor other women inspiring them to get involved and follow business pursuits. Network to provide opportunities to promote awareness of women in the Huntsman School of Business, bringing in new mutually beneficial contacts for USU. Recruit more women to business studies (including accounting, finance, MIS, etc).
Contact Person: Leslie Gil
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The purpose of Women in Science and Medicine is to help women at USU interested in pursuing careers in the science and medical fields reach their goals. The club is composed of women interested in a variety of different fields including research, dietetics, dentistry, psychology etc. We have designed a peer mentoring system that will help members throughout their undergraduate and prerequisite years. This includes advice on which class to take, studying tips, test prep, (such as for the MCAT, PCAT, GRE, or DAT), and advice on applying to schools. Our program also helps involve members with campus activities through services and interacting with other clubs to help build connections. Women in Science and Medicine is a great resource to all those pursuing a science related or medical education.