The objectives of this EERI chapter are to improve the understanding of earthquake engineering among students and to provide the students with knowledge and skills to assess problems related to earthquake engineering.
Easter Seals / Camp Horizons provides adults with physical and intellectual disabilities an opportunity to engage in social and recreational activities in the most inclusive setting with maximum possible participation with non-disabled peers.
This group is designed to provide a platform for dialogue among environmental organizations and leaders on campus. The purpose of ECOalition is to create a setting in which collaboration between groups can occur.
Provides a forum in which all graduate students in the department are welcome to discuss any issues relevant to graduate school.
To provide the student body with the opportunity to explore the culture and traditions of Ecuador. To provide interest for students to discover more about Ecuador by providing social, educational, professional and recreational events.
The Spanish Club is a student organization that offers a space where the Hispanic language and culture are the main characters. The meetings are an excuse to learn and practice the Spanish language in an enjoyable environment, ¿Hablas Ñ?
- To organize and promote academic, professional and social functions for the Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer Science, and general Engineering student body.
A student group helping to bring about long-term change by empowering the underprivileged to help themselves through public health, education, and other empowerment initiatives. We hold large events that put the FUN back in fundraisers.