USU Student Association
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Clubs in the College of Science
Contact Person: Nik Smith, Myka Curtis, Alex Barker
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Geology Club shall exist for the purposes of serving and educating the community of Cache Valley. We will learn new facts about the geology around us and promote USU and the Department of Geology. Our Purpose is to spark interest in people who are not educated in the subject of geology.
Contact Person: Peter LeCheminant
Contact Email: email@example.com
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: Jeni Keller
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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: Zak Dymock
Contact Email: email@example.com
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: Matthew Lewis
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: Austin Spence
Contact Email: email@example.com
To conduct club programs and activities to promote ecology on campus and in the community, as well as explore career development through field trips, guest speakers, and lab tours.