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http://afiso.tamu.edu • Recognized

To spread knowledge to the community and all those with an interest in Forensic Science.This organization will provide hands on experiences in an effort to create a better understanding and knowledge...

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We are A-STEP, a nonpartisan organization of graduate, undergraduate and professional students committed to bridging the gap between scientists, policy-makers, and the general public on scientific...

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http://acssac.tamu.edu • Recognized

ACS serves the undergraduate scientific community at Texas A&M providing resources to students interested in chemistry. We are committed to providing a space for those interested in science to learn...

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http://amsgsc.tamu.edu • Recognized

-To promote interactions among graduate students at Texas A&M University (TAMU), to share their interests and experiences in mathematics. -To contribute to a rich social life in the TAMU Mathematics...

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http://biogsa.tamu.edu • Recognized

To act as a platform for graduate students to address issues that are of concern to the students, faculty, and staff in the Department of Biology.

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Texas A&M Biotechnology Society provides a forum for students interested in biotechnology to develop professionally. The society allows scientifically literate students to link with business. The...

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The purpose of Christian Construction Leaders is to glorify the Lord and grow in our relationship with Jesus Christ by learning from Christians in the Construction Industry, being challenged to...

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The College of Science Dean's Student Advisory Panel is an academic and professional organization that works to convey concerns and special interests from the undergraduate student body to the...

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The purpose of the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Interdisciplinary Student Organization (EEBISO) is to formally integrate the social, scholastic, and research activities of graduate students from...

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http://plu.tamu.edu • Recognized

The promotion of high scholarship and original investigation in all branches of pure and applied chemistry.

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http://scb.tamu.edu • Recognized

We are a professional organization dedicated to connecting students to careers in conservation through professional speakers, volunteer opportunities, field trips, and our annual BioBlitz ecological...

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To promote physics in the university and surrounding areas through outreach and friendly meetings.

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To provide students of all majors with the opportunity to get involved in their community and learn more about the field of microbiology.

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To promote interest and knowledge in the fields of genetics and biochemistry. To provide student-student and student-faculty interaction. To provide insight into career opportunities available after...

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The Texas A&M Science Olympiad Society (TSOS) has a goal of promoting the growth of STEM and Science Olympiad. We plan to help run the Division C Texas State Competition annually.

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The Chapter is organized and will be operated for educational and scientific purposes to promote the following: 1. an increased knowledge of and greater interest in the mathematical sciences 2. a...

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http://wise.tamu.edu • Recognized

The mission of WISE is to promote the involvement of women in the fields of science, engineering, and technology. We aim to stimulate and encourage young women to pursue such careers as well as act...

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http://aggieactuaries.tamu.edu • Recognized with Restrictions

The purpose behind this organization is to help Aggie students further their understanding of actuarial science and is done so by exposing students to companies. This not only allows for students to...

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The Organization for Cultural Diversity in Chemistry (OCDC) was established in the spring of 2014 at Texas A&M University. The organization, which consists of graduate students, undergraduate...

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SUSA exists to be a network facilitator for statistic focused undergraduate students of Texas A&M University, as they transition from student to graduate.