The Academic Council consists of clubs of an academic nature which allow students to meet other students of their major or interest of study. Academic clubs allow students to continue their learning outside of the classroom and network with professors and professionals, while participating in practical or simply fun events and programs that give students a break from their course load. Many Academic clubs often have guest speakers, aid in the preparation for graduate school or provide opportunities that will allow students to gain a competitive edge on their resume. Academic clubs also allow students to explore fields of study they are potential interested in, helping them to define their educational path.
AED is a national pre-health honor society with 117 chapters throughout the United States. Membership in AED is an honor bestowed in recognition of superior scholastic achievement community service and extracurricular participation. The admissions process is intended to appreciate the accomplishments of the complete individual. AED regularly sponsors programs that allow members to learn more about their chosen profession and meet people already established in the field. In addition AED focuses upon providing its members with research and service opportunities. Participation in chapter activities is an enlightening experience that promotes the development of knowledge initiative and leadership.
The purpose of the Anthropology Student Association (A.S.A.) is to foster in interestedrnundergraduates a better understanding of Anthropology and what Anthropology has to offer both as a profession and as a discipline. Thus the A.S.A. will try to provide an open forum for Anthropologists and will aid in their development in the discipline of Anthropology and all of its sub disciplines: PhysicalrnAnthropology Cultural Anthropology and Archaeology.
The goal of the Association of Pre-Medical Students is to educate University at Buffalo undergraduates who have the ambitions of attending medical school about the healthcare field and the pre-medical journey. As resources allow, we provide this through our shadowing program, medical student mentoring program, guest speakers and many events throughout the year.
Promote environmental awareness and activism; promote awareness locally and globally; develop a network of environmental organizations.
Elevate standards of members; provide opportunities to students in health professions; increase awareness of health related issues in the community.
Develop and practice skills necessary to become competent and successful geologists. Prepare students for entering the field of geology.
This club will be known as a platform for students who wants to learn new languages and also who wants to grow themselves internationally. The club offers students opportunities to learn new languages outside of the classroom by a variety of language learning workshops, Language Learning social events and interesting language culture based events. By enhancing culture communications among various international topics related to language, the club will help students gain better understanding of international communication and international culture.
To provide underrepresented pre-medical students with knowledge skills and experience that are both prerequisite and concomitant to professional participation in healthcare fields.
To meet the needs of minority students in the school of nursing; provide a channel of communication between minority students and administration. Meet bi-weekly 125 Kimball.
Purpose is to aid in the preparation of nursing students for professional responsibilities on a school and community level. Provide unity and fellowship promote support for students.
An Academic club for Pharmacology and Toxicology majors and minors. The main goal of the club is to expand its size and make the major known to younger students.
Provide information assistance opportunities to students interested in pursuing a future in dentistry or dental related professions. Foster kinship among members.
Not for profit organization comprised of undergraduage student chapter networks at major universities. Dedicated to advancing health related conversations through proactive engagement and high impact volunteer work.Establish partnerships with local non profits provide a platform for emerging leaders to make contributions in their community support future doctors.
The Pre-Pharmacy Club at UB (University at Buffalo) welcomes all students who are interested in pursuing a career in the pharmacy profession.
To organize students to create better networking opportunities, provide a better understanding of the actuarial field, assist with actuarial exam preparation and expand knowledge of statistical software commonly used in data analysis.
To provide an organization for students who are interested in sociology to explore the issues in the field of sociology. To provide learning experiences to further prepare students interested in sociology. To create of a feeling of fellowship among sociology students. Provide services opportunities for students to give back to the community.
To promote and enable professional advancement of its members. Serve and educate the university and local communities about chemistry.
Student Association of Speech and Hearing. To promote and foster a greater understanding of speech pathology and audiology; exchange ideas among related fields. Provide dialogue as a student group.
UB Undergraduate Business Association: Purpose is to strengthen network and develop aspiring business professionals. This will be done through community service various events and social activities.
The UBA has restarted itself as a club last year and hopes to continue gaining support through membership and fundraising. We have started new programs this year to encourage you to GET INVOLVED in the University and the Community! One new program is our Research Shadowing Program. We post announcements in lecture halls through email and on the Pre-health bulletin.
To promote the study of and interest in psychology in and beyond the university setting.