-The Dairy Club participates in a variety of events, pertaining to the Dairy Industry and agriculture, throughout the year. We also have annual fundraisers including the sales of our dairy club annual milk bottles, cow bells, and dairy club t-shirts.
A place where you can meet, talk and hang out with people from different nationalities. Also, you can learn about other cultures and help some international students to improve their language skills at the same time.
The goal of the student branch of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics is to promote the study of aerospace sciences and engineering as well as promote the professionalism of those interested in these fields.
Serving Chemical Engineers Who Serve the World. AIChE is geared towards advancing the practice and theory of Chemical Engineering. Anyone who is interested in chemical engineering may join!
APhA-ASP strives to keep UConn connected to the national organization (APhA) and further the profession of pharmacy.
We are a service club on campus that functions to provide the UConn community with necessary Red Cross services, to aid in the collection of donated blood, and to provide the surrounding community with health related services.
The primary focus of the University of Connecticut’s American Sign Language Club is to bring together individuals of all ages and diverse backgrounds to learn more about ASL and Deaf culture. We also put our efforts into educating the UConn community
The Microbiology Society seeks to promote student interest in microbiology and related disciplines such as public health, medicine, and biology as well as to act as a resource for students with respect to research and employment opportunities.
ASCE meets biweekly to provide networking opportunities to Civil Engineering students. We hold events to bring you into contact with professionals currently working in the Civil Engineering field, as well as other students attending UConn.
To educate students about consultant pharmacy and to prepare them for taking care of American's fastest growing population - the elderly.