Through involvement in the College of Science and Mathematics, students can develop closer ties with other students in the same major. A variety of clubs and organizations are available to students within the college.
Student Clubs and Organizations
Pre-Health Student Organizations at Wright State are devoted to aiding you in your understanding of the pre-health fields.
Hundreds of students on college campuses across the country have taken action to make a difference in the lives of the thousands of Americans in need of an organ transplant. Wright State has recently established its own chapter of Students for Organ Donation. This is a unique opportunity to gain real leadership experience while producing measurable results in an effort to improve the lives of thousands. Students participate in general awareness campaigns and registering as many individuals as possible for organ and tissue donation. With an ever-increasing number of Americans in need of an organ transplant, the national organ shortage is a growing crisis. However, this is one issue in which the efforts of students can truly make a difference.
The Ecology Seminars are for advanced undergraduate students, graduate students and faculty. Typical presentations given at Ecoseminar range from proposal and thesis defenses (great space for Masters student proposal defenses!), preliminary research updates, research/field experiences, practice presentations for conferences, undergraduate research presentations and chalk talks based in broad biology, ecology, environmental sciences, and other related fields. This seminar series is a great place to receive critical feedback from your peers across multiple disciplines! There is no membership involved, only participation. Please email Molly Simonis at email@example.com with futher questions.
Visit Student Activities to learn more about clubs and organizations.