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CCAMPIS Spring 2016 Enrollment

Did you know you there is a program at USU that provides…


Transcendence: Abstraction and Symbolism in the American West

Sept. 1, 2015 – May 7, 2016 Highlighting works from…


Abstraction and the Dreaming: Australian Aboriginal Paintings

Sept. 12 – Dec. 11, 2015 Sept. 12 - Dec. 12 The…


Group Meditation

We will have group meditation. Open to all regardless of…


Nature Walk/Snowshoe Tour

Join us for a nature walk or snowshoe on the Swaner…

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Ballroom Review

Contact Person: Isaac Martin
Contact Email: isaacmartin@aggiemail.usu.edu

Ballroom Review: We will meet to practice dances learned during class. Things are being rearranged, may split into two practices for Dance I and II. Email isaacmartin@aggiemail.usu.edu For practice times and to be sent updates

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Be The Match On Campus USU

Contact Person: Luke Wesemann
Contact Email: luke.wesemann@gmail.com

To raise awareness of what bone marrow donations and drives are all about and to put bone marrow drives on.

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Berryman Club

Contact Person: Jeremy Keys
Contact Email: jeremykkeys@gmail.com

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.

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Beta Alpha Psi

Contact Person: Andrew Loaiza
Contact Email: bap.usu@gmail.com

Beta Alpha Psi focuses on professional development, service, and networking for accounting students.

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Billiards Club

Contact Person: Jason Allred
Contact Email: jason.allred78@gmail.com

To provide a venue in which casual and serious pool players can interact and help spread the sport of pocket billiards (pool) in a social and relaxed atmosphere.

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Biological Engineering Club

Contact Person: Zachary Fica
Contact Email: z.fica@aggiemail.usu.edu

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.

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