USU Student Association
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Clubs: Social Awareness
Contact Person: Sara Slatter
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of Aggie Advocates for Disability is to improve the lives of people with disabilities through social awareness, and to advocate for people with disabilities and their families through educating the general public and professionals, raising funds for schools, families, and organizations, and providing service.
Contact Person: Meghan Graham
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To raise awareness about Celiac Disease and Gluten Allergies in the community, and to offer support to those that live gluten-free.
Contact Person: Zach Volin
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We, Students For Liberty, 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: Connor Taberski
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Vision: Our vision is to promote the understanding of Arabic people and culture and enrich the diversity on campus. Slogan: Educate, discover, Enrich
Contact Person: Jeremy Keys
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the Berryman Club we focus on human-wildlife interactions both through community educational outreach programs and service projects. Also we strive to provide contacts with professionals in the field and hand on experience.
Contact Person: Devin Stein
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The purpose and function of this institution is to create awareness about the pros of free market politics in the environment
Contact Person: Sawyer Garrity
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of the Global Communication Club is to foster an environment of cultural awareness and to learn about cultures and communication across the globe. Furthermore the club will bring together various disciplines under the umbrella of global communication. For example, this will bring together students from first global communication, communication studies, international business, international relations, foreign languages(including ASL), international studies, journalism, among other disciplines. Finally the club will create and foster a collective network for both current students and alumni and build a network/data base for international ideas and opportunities (practicum, internships, international career, etc.)
Contact Person: Michael
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The Marriage and Family Therapy Student Association (MFTSA) has a three-fold mission. The first is to provide undergraduate students who are interested in Marriage and Family Therapy with basic information regarding the field and prepare these students to apply and attend graduate school. Second, the MFTSA looks to inform students of meaningful research and service opportunities at Utah State and within the community. Lastly, the MFTSA looks to raise awareness of Marriage and Family Therapy at Utah State and within the community.
Contact Person: Kelci Peterson
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Oxfam America Club at USU serves to represent Oxfam America-- a nongovernmental organization working globally to right the wrongs of hunger, poverty, and social injustice-- on a local scale. Club members will gain experience educating themselves and campaigning for global issues. Lobbying and tabling opportunities will be available in many different contexts, giving club members a vast set of experiences for resume-building and personal growth.
Contact Person: Tommy Thompson
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To encourage and promote higher education as a rehabilitative pathway for individuals previously charged with or convicted of crimes and those affected by them.
Contact Person: Jorri Falslev
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our principle goal is conversation, but we also play games, watch movies, and do other activities as a group to better our Spanish and learn more about the culture of Spanish speaking areas around the world.
Contact Person: Grant Holyoak
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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: Brenden Whitelaw
Contact Email: Brenden.firstname.lastname@example.org
This club is to unite all boarders with wheels, and to teach all those who want to learn how to ride a board with wheels. (longboard, skateboard, Penny Board, Custom boards) Ideas, and skills, and techniques will be shared between members to improve skills and boarding technique.