There are several student-run clubs and professional organizations associated with the Wright State Department of Earth and Environmental Science, some local and some national.
If you are interested in joining any of these social organizations, please contact:
Students for Earth and Environmental Sustainability (SEES)
This is an organization for students with an interest in earth and environmental sciences. Not an EES major? Does not matter! We enjoy combining all walks of life into a fun, educational, and active organization. Among numerous fun activities, we take yearly trips to places like the Ohio Caverns, put on events for Earth Science Week, and are a part of a highway cleanup project!
American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG)
The American Institute of Professional Geologists is the largest association dedicated to promoting geology as a profession.
Students can join for free and can receive free newsletters, attend local meetings, network with professional geologists, and meet other aspiring geologists. Visit the AIPG website to learn more.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon Honor Society (SGE)
The Society of Sigma Gamma Epsilon was established to recognize scholarship and professionalism in the earth sciences.
Any person in any branch of the earth sciences who has completed at least 10 semester hours or 15 quarter hours in earth science courses and has maintained a minimum 3.0 G.P.A. in all earth science courses together with an overall G.P.A. of 2.67 in all college courses is qualified for membership.
Membership dues are required if accepted. Visit the Sigma Gamma Epsilon website to learn more.
Wright State University Student Organizations
Wright State University is home to more than 150 registered student organizations that fall into various categories, including academic, coordinating, cultural, honorary, media, recreational, religious, residential, social, Greek, and special interest. During the academic year, these organizations hold events, raise money for numerous philanthropies, volunteer in the Dayton area, offer leadership opportunities for their members, and promote diversity on campus—all while having fun! Stop by Student Involvement and Leadership (019 Student Union) or log into Engage to see which organization(s) you would like to join. Visit the Wright State Student Organizations webpage for more information.