Students who participate in a science-based club with a faculty sponsor may elect to register for credit. Students should meet with the advisor of the club to discuss the specific criteria that will be required of them in their service. Students interested in receiving credit for club participation should complete the following form, in conjunction with the club faculty advisor: SCI299-499-Form
Our goal is to inspire and assist anybody interested in space and the sciences. We have many opportunities to work on astronomy projects with other students and faculty that care about astronomy education.
We attempt reach out to the community through science education support and similar events via biochemistry.
Members of this dynamic student club are working collaboratively on projects that move BIO5's mission forward. Club members, who represent a variety of majors across the UA campus, promote collaborative research; increase science literacy in the community; and foster interaction among faculty, students, bioindustry and the public.
Our club strives to highlight the fun of chemistry through outreach with the University of Arizona community as well as the greater Tucson area.
Controlled Environment Agriculture Center
Our goal is to develop Controlled Environment Agriculture as an economically, environmentally and socially sustainable agricultural option.
Marine Awareness Conservation Society. We are devoted to promoting the conservation and protection of marine life and its oceans through education and volunteering for eco-friendly activities.
Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Sciences promotes diversity and inclusion in agriculture, natural resources, and related sciences.
The undergraduate club for students of all majors who are interested in mathematics.
Students for the Exploration and Development of Space is a club at the University of Arizona whose mission is to promote the virtues of space exploration
Society of Earth Science Students is an undergraduate-run organization dedicated to providing students with valuable exposure to the earth sciences, including field experience.
We exist to bring environmentally conscious students of the University together in an effort to implement a means of harnessing solar energy as a power source for our residence hall, Posada San Pedro, in partnership with the faculty and staff of the University.
UA Student Optics Chapter
Our goal is to promote the disciplines of math and science, especially optical science and optical engineering, among the academic and local communities.
Soil, Water & Environmental Science Club's goal is to educate students and others about the environment, and connect students with professional organizations as well as the community.
UA Wildlife Society
Our mission is to enhance the ability of future wildlife professionals to conserve diversity, sustain productivity, and ensure responsible use of wildlife resourses for the benefit of society.
- Life Sciences
- Earth Sciences
- Physics and Space Sciences
- Mathematics and Computational Sciences
- Neural, Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences
- Support UA Science
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