USU Student Association
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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: David Tauber
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Provide relevant support to activities related to the campus wide interfaith movement in addition to providing a central loci for students and faculty interested in the movement.
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.