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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: Melanie Bateman
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To give young adults at Utah State University and Cache Valley the opportunity to participate in an independent winter guard. To assist these young adults in learning how to work individually and as a team.
Contact Person: Matthew Lewis
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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: Brenden Whitelaw
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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.
Contact Person: Tianyu Chen
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a. To study the Holy Bible in Chinese to know God. b. To share the Good News of Jesus Christ with students, particularly Chinese students. c. To engage in Christian involvement through mission to campus and community. d. To serve as a spiritual link between the students and their church.
Contact Person: Lauralee Lyons
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To provide members with a sense of identity on campus, enrich their lives through group projects and recreation, and to develop confidence and leadership skills. Enhance youth development through direct service to 4-H members and other young people.
Contact Person: Nathan Fox
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As part of the American Society of Civil Engineers, we build and race concrete canoes each year.
Contact Person: Tracie Paul
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USU Dance Company is an auditioned club where we explore contemporary, ballet, jazz, hip hop, breaking, and countless other styles of dance. We have had several performing opportunities, including the Howl, men and women's basketball halftimes, Mr. USU, and Mardi Gras. We work three times a week for two and a half hours to condition, choreograph, and construct pieces to improve our technique and broaden our dance knowledge and experience. Come try out on September 3rd, at 4:00 in the Kent Concert Hall!
Contact Person: Sydni Ekker
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This is a group that meets once a week to learn dance combinations. The styles will vary each week (hip hop, jazz, contemporary, etc). Anyone can come to this class, dancers and non-dancers. There are no auditions and you can join at any point in the semester! It will start with a warm up and then we will learn about 45 seconds of a dance combination. The class will last one hour, and will promote the love of dancing!
Contact Person: Lars Kochendorfer
Contact Email: Lars.Koch@aggiemail.usu.edu
The purpose is to promote the sport of disc golf at Utah State University and the surrounding areas through club events, course development, educational demonstration and student involvement.
Contact Person: Erick Garcia
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The purpose of the club is to provide a friendly environment for gamers of all interests to learn about and associate with gamers of similar or different interests and skill levels.
Contact Person: Michael Sowder
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Promote awareness and practice of mindfulness meditation. We instruct new meditators in proper technique and offer guidance. We also serve as a weekly forum for those who wish to practice meditation in group setting.
Contact Person: Harrison Kleiner
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This organization is an agency of the NNCF to foster the growth of the Newman movement by promotion of the religious, intellectual, and social interest of the members.
Contact Person: Colby Jensen
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(a) to promote the advancement of science and engineering relating to the atomic nucleus, and of allied sciences and arts; (b) to aid in the integration of the several disciplines constituting nuclear science and technology; (c) to encourage research in nuclear science and technology and in allied fields; (d) to provide access to established scholarships, grants, and awards useful in furthering the foregoing objectives; (e) to hold meetings for the presentation and discussion of scientific and technical papers
Contact Person: Kris (Kristyn) Sakurai
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To provide lower-cost veterinary services to the pets of veterinary students attending USU and to provide students with the opportunity to gain clinical practice in small animal medicine.
Contact Person: Alex Lutz
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The purpose of USU Tech Ventures is to unite students interested in Management Information Systems, Entrepreneurship, and Computer Science. The group will provide students the opportunity to gain experience in building technology startups, growing their professional network, creating application portfolios, and have fun hacking new ideas.
Contact Person: Joshua Packer
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The purpose of the USU SVM c/o 2017 are as follows: A) To meet the requirements to obtain a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree and, B) pursue a lifelong career in veterinary medicine, including continuing education.
Contact Person: Mariah Miles
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Since 1954, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes has been challenging coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high school, junior high and youth levels to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus Christ. FCA focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ.
Contact Person: Jesse Budd
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Centralize film resources and interest on campus; viewing, producing, & discussion films; an avenue for students interested in filmmaking & a resource to network with others; provide easy means of screening films of any special interest.
Contact Person: Dakota Briggs
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Quidditch is a co-ed, full contact sport played on a broom stick! It's one of the most intense and addictive games you'll ever play! Come see for yourself!
Contact Person: Austin Spence
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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.