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Clubs: A-Z Index
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: Patrick Stone
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Provide service and leadership opportunities to students of USU and also raise the level of knowledge of international service opportunities in the community.
Contact Person: Matt Krambule
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The Society for International Business and Economic Development (SIBED) is a club housed in the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business focusing on the strategic role businesses can play in the development of people and the communities where they live. SIBED focuses on 3 specific pillars: Corporate Social Responsibility, Global Issues Awareness, and Promotion of Student International Experiences. The Society for International Business and Economic Development (SIBED) aims to promote the role of students and organizations in advancing global society. SIBED focuses on three areas: (1) expanding awareness of international opportunities for academic and professional development, (2) developing knowledge and understanding of current issues in international business and development, and (3) being an advocate for corporate and humanitarian social responsibility.
Contact Person: Forestry Club
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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: Ryan Barnett
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: 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
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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: Abigail Hancock
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SOSNR (Student Organization for Society and Natural Resources) works to bridge the gap between humans and the natural environment through service opportunities and other fun events! USU's SOSNR is the founding student chapter of the International Association for Society and Natural Resources.
Contact Person: Andrew Swensen
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The purpose of this organization is as follows: A. Educate the university community about reproductive health and rights. B. Work closely with other campus groups to advocate for common goals. C. Create the opportunity to incorporate the diverse voices of all people in conversation concerning reproductive rights and health. D. Create a forum that supports access to medically accurate educational programs that enhance and embrace understanding of human sexuality.