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Club Name: Anthropology Club
Club Contact: Daniel Jaramillo
Mission Statement: The Anthropology Club is dedicated to the enrichment of the lives and studies of anthropology and all students at UCCS.
Club Name: Beth-El Student Nurses Assoc. (BSNA)
Club Contact: Brooklynn Howe
Mission Statement: A. To assume responsibility for contributing to nursing education in order to provide for the highest quality of health care. B. To provide programs representative of fundamental current professional interests and concern to nursing students. C. To aid in the development of the whole person, his/her professional role, and his/her responsibility for health care of people in all walks of life. D. To enhance the positive image of nursing in the media, community, and among all health care professionals
Club Name: Between the Lions Book Club
Club Contact: Smarianne Nurmi
Mission Statement: To read and discuss modern literature in a fun environment.
Club Name: Collaborative Research and Development Syndicate
Club Contact: Joseph Cheung
Mission Statement: A center of innovation for students and fellow researchers, joining together to envision and develop technologies spanning all fields of study for the betterment of our current and future generations. Potential research opportunities bleeding into the USAF Academy and neighboring tech firms.
Club Name: Criminal Justice Society
Club Contact: Jordan Bindley
Mission Statement: The UCCS CJ Society is made of student's who are interested in gaining experience and valuable contacts in the Criminal Justice Field
Club Name: Daniels Fund Scholars Club
Club Contact: Dana Ahern
Mission Statement: DMHU is a student organized group in which our priority is to help prepare incoming pre-medical and pre-health students. Our goal is to serve as guides through their academic journey in these fields. As current pre-med/pre-health students, we feel that our past and current experiences will help new students in academic success. We do this by providing the correct academic resources throughout each semester.
Club Name: Denver Scholarship Foundation at UCCS
Club Contact: Amber Wilson
Phone: (719) 255-3530
Mission Statement: The Denver Scholarship Foundation inspires and empowers Denver Public Schools’ students to enroll in and graduate from postsecondary institutions of higher education, by providing the tools, knowledge, and financial resources essential for success.
Club Name: Diversity Medical and Health Union
Club Contact: Stacy Trevillo
Mission Statement: To promote the Daniels Fund Scholars Club and the ideals of Bill Daniels through service, leadership, academic success and community.
Club Name: Documentary Film Club
Club Contact: Gabriel Warrick
Mission Statement: To study, enjoy and create documentary films.
Club Name: Engineers for a Sustainable World
Club Contact: Aurora Kimmett
Club Name:First Generation Connection (FGC)
Club Contact: Calla Wooldridge
Mission Statement: Provide academically motivated first-generation students with the academic opportunity/resources to complete a higher education degree and reach their potential through community and university involvement.
Club Name: Game Developers Association
Club Contact: David Hardee
Mission Statement: This association provides a forum for all those interested in the process of game creation. We focus on mentoring, skill acquisition and fostering, game analysis, discussion about various aspects of the game industry, as well as just having fun getting to know other aspiring game creators.
Club Name: Geo Club
Club Contact: Vanesa Ferona
Mission Statement: The Geo Club is an organization of students and faculty at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs based in the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies. All students and faculty are welcome to participate in the club.
Club Name: Graduate Student Association
Club Contact: Sarah E Mayer
Mission Statement: The GSA is the one-stop-shop for all graduate students at UCCS. We provide resources and opportunities pertaining to: career development, professional networking, grants/travel funds, and even events/workshops to bring both an academic and social connection amongst your fellow graduate students. GSA desires to enhance the academic experience of its members, serve as a voice for your concerns, and aide in your transition and completion through graduate school at UCCS!
Club Name: Historical Engineering Society (H.E.S.)
Club Contact: Ben Putnam
Mission Statement: Promote and enhance students historical research design engineering and leadership skills. H.E.S., a recognized UCCS student-driven club with faculty advisors, endeavors to build a 20% scale model "Conrad Kyeser Trebuchet" as a demo project to inform the public on engineering feats of the medieval world.
Club Name: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Club Contact: Kelsey Thorson
Mission Statement: IEEE's core purpose is to foster technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity.
Club Name: Literary Society
Club Contact: Lydia Mulligan
Club Name: Math Club
Club Contact: Victoria Slattum
Mission Statement: Academic club, whose purpose is to motivate and mentor math students, to help them find their own areas of math. Also to organize student oriented math events and trips.
Club Name: Mock Trial
Club Contact: Andrea Haddad
Club Name: Model United Nations Society
Club Contact: Emilia Bates
Mission Statement: Our team will travel to approximately two conferences a semester on the east coast. Model UN is an academic simulation of the United Nations that aims to educate participants about current events, topics in international relations, diplomacy and the United Nations agenda. The participants role-play as diplomats representing a country or NGO in a simulated session of a committee of the United Nations, such as the Security Council or the General Assembly. Participants research a country, take on roles as diplomats, investigate international issues, debate, deliberate, consult, and then develop solutions to world problems. More recently, simulation of other deliberative bodies, such as the United Nations Security Council, has been included in Model United Nations, even if they are completely unrelated to the UN or international affairs as a whole. In general, the participants that the executive panel considers to be most contributing are given awards, such as 'Best Delegate award'.
Club Name: Mountain Lion Debate Team
Club Contact: Donald Apelo
Mission Statement: It is the mission of the MLDT to promote the development of oral communication skills, critical thinking, performance of the spoken word, argumentation, understanding and appreciation of civics and public affairs, and respect and appreciation for the beliefs and opinions of others.
Club Name: Mountain Lion Relations- Marketing & Public Relations Club
Club Contact: Oanh Le
Club Name: Nutrition Club
Club Contact: Johynn Reed
Phone: (719) 251-3730
Mission Statement: The purpose of this club is to allow gathering of people of common interests, educate underclassmen of future requirements for career success, and encourage bonding among Nutrition Major students.
Club Name: Pre-Dental Society
Club Contact: Andrew Ibarra
Club Name: Pre-Med Society
Club Contact: Rachael Heiden
Mission Statement: To encourage and support Pre-medical Students toward their goals of a health profession. To collaborate and bring together students interested in medical school.
Club Name:Pre-Veterinary Club
Club Contact: Michael Maynard
Mission Statement: The Pre-Veterinary Club at UCCS strives to provide support and knowledge to any and all students who have an interest in veterinary medicine, as well as to provide information to our members regarding admissions to various veterinary medical programs. Through regular group meetings and activities, the Pre-Veterinary Club seeks to bring together like-minded peers who share a passion for veterinary medicine and wish to benefit from a collaborative social network that encourages academic excellence, community involvement, and hands-on veterinary experience. Any student with a passion for animals or an interest in a career in veterinary medicine is encouraged to join.
Club Name:Psychology Graduate Student Organization (GSO)
Club Contact: Brenna Renn
Mission Statement: To foster scholarly exchange, professional development, and collegial collaboration among faculty and graduate students of the UCCS Department of Psychology.
Club Name:Reisher Family Scholars Club
Club Contact: Kayla Nagy
Mission Statement:Steering committee for events hosted by and for recipients of the Reisher Family Scholarship.>
Club Name: Science Association of UCCS
Club Contact: Lindsay Stroup
Club Name: Sports Medicine Association
Club Contact: Kelly Neville
Mission Statement: To provide a way for students at UCCS to attend sports medicine conferences and conventions, especially the ACSM regional and national meeting. To allow graduate students a way to develop research ideas and to help undergraduates find graduate schools and programs to attend.
Club Name: Student Affairs Association
Club Contact: Sarah Elsey
Club Name: SMACS (Student Members of the American Chemical Society)
Club Contact: Taylor Liptack
Club Name: Society of Women Engineers
Club Contact: Katrina McGuire
Mission Statement: A support network for existing a potential women engineers.
Club Name: Sport Management Activity Council
Club Contact: Emily Megee
Club Name: Student Chapter of the ACM
Club Contact: Chiranth Siddappa
Mission Statement: The ACM is the premier membership organization for computing professionals, delivering resources that advance computing as a science and a profession; enable professional development; and promote policies and research that benefit society.
Club Name: The Art History & Art Club (AHA!)
Club Contact: Sarah Banse
Club Name: Toastmasters
Club Contact: Nicholas Tait
Mission Statement: To provide a mutually supportive and positive learning environment in which every individual member has the opportunity to develop oral communication and leadership skills, which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth.
Club Name: UCCS Pre-Health Society
Club Contact: Chris Richey
Mission Statement: The UCCS Pre-Health Society is a collected group of students dedicated to advancing the success of students in regards to pursuing careers in health. Students interested in becoming doctors, dentists, veterinarians, pharmacists, physical therapists, physicians assistants, etc. can find a wealth of knowledge as well as community and camaraderie. This club looks to create a community of students all working together towards helping one another surmount the seemingly endless number of obstacles that come with reaching for such high goals. We offer clinical, volunteer and networking opportunities pertaining to many of the above listed disciplines, as well as access to a wide variety of professional school personnel. We have also just added a peer-mentoring facet to our organization, allowing those who have advanced further down the road to share their experiences in order to help guide those who would like to see what lies ahead.
Club Name: UCCS SHRM Society for Human Resource Management
Club Contact: Fawn Marks
Mission Statement: The purpose of the UCCS SHRM chapter shall be as follows: To acquaint students considering a future within the Business and/or human Resource Management or labor Relations fields; To keep students up-to-date on new information/training developments within the field of human resource management; To provide learning opportunities through interaction with Human Resource practitioners and community leaders; To promote the development of truly professional Human Resource managers for the future; To provide networking and skill-building opportunities for students to further their personal skills and abilities to become successful students among the workforce.
Club Name: United Language and Cultures Association
Club Contact: Kenneth Padilla
Mission Statement: It is our goal to join all foreign language academics under one organization in an effort to: promote the Foreign Languages and Cultures Department both among the campus and city-wide communities, promote awareness of cultural and linguistic diversity among the aforementioned communities, to educate all on the benefits of basic participation in the Foreign Languages and Cultures Department, better prepare those interested in graduate studies in a field associated with language or linguistics, and raise funds and community support in order to support the growth and improvement of the Foreign Languages and Cultures Department.