A research institute that promotes the advancement and understanding in the science of earthquake engineering through the application of engineering principles to predict, construct, and improve the design and behavior of tall buildings in general
The Economics Association is a student-run club with the purpose of creating opportunities for students to network with peers, professors, and professionals in economics.
The purpose of this organization is to provide opportunities for association interaction between the students in the College of Education, and the faculty and administration of the College of Education.
The purpose of this organization is to utilize funds allocated by Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) through democratic means for the purpose of enriching the experience of Engineering & Computer-Science students, through the student clubs.
EWB's main goal is to create a better world through engineering projects that empower communities to meet their basic human needs and equip leaders to solve the world’s most pressing challenges.
ETC prides itself in producing a variety of networking events to help members discover the various career paths in the entertainment industry. Our members are also given access to an abundance of internship and volunteer opportunities throughout the year
We strive to provide students and entrepreneurs with the knowledge and skills to create, launch and grow new ventures; additionally, our purpose is to help businesses improve their operations and increase their profits.
The Epic Movement is a Cru ministry, focused on reaching Asian American students and faculty through building Christ-centered movements that are culturally meaningful and significant.
This organization is dedicated to assisting anthropology undergraduates, graduates, and alumni with their professional growth through workshops, fieldtrips, conferences, and establishing networks.
Eta Sigma Gamma is a national health education honorary for students who are either majors or minors in Health Science. Through the honorary, students are introduced to opportunities in scholarship, networking, teaching, research, and service.