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Organization Name Description Organization Type Campus Box Adviser
Campus Box
Phone Number
American Advertising Federation This club will enable students who are interested in advertising gather with students with the same interest. You will gain "real world" experience by helping with advertisements for other campus organizations. Professional 1168 Cory Byers
Box
1775
618-650-3827
American Concrete Institute Student Chapter (ACI) Encourage student interest in the study of concrete and to
develop an awareness of ACI.
Professiona l 1807 Anne Werner
Box
1803
618-650-3374
American Pharmacists Association Provides information, education, and advocacy to help all student pharmacists develop professionalism and improve pharmacy skills and patient care. Professional 1168 Jessica Kerr
Box 2000
618-650-5138
American Society of Civil Engineers Encourages the development of professional civil engineers. Open to any student in good academic standing. Professional 1800 Brent Vaughn
Box
1800
618-650-3533
American Society of Consultant Pharmacists, SIUE Student Chapter Provides Pharmacy students with networking opportunities to meet with professionals in the field, and Educational programs for geriatric pharmacy and access to internships. Professional 2000 Miranda Wilhelm
Box 2000
618-650-5124
American Society of Heating, Refrigerating & Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) Professional 1168 Serdar Celik
Box
1805
618-650-2584
American Society of Mechanical Engineers Purpose is creating an awareness of and advance students in mechanical engineering. Open to all students with an interest in mechanical engineering. Professional 1805 Ke Li
Box
1805
618-650-2820
Association of Black Student Social Workers of SIUE To provide a forum where social workers and other social services can exchange ideas, offer services and develp programs in the interest of the community. Membership is extended to al active students, undergraduate and graduate. Professional 1168 Shonda Lawrence
Box
1450
618-650-5645
Association of Information Technology Professionals To promote a better understanding of data processing technology and design. Open to students with 2.5 GPA and pursuing a Management Information Systems degree. Professional 1106 Andrea Hester
Box
1106
618-650-3715

Campus Recreation Student Employee Development Committee

Give student employees of the Department of Campus Recreation with any major/minor the opportunity to develop as professionals by providing them with mock interviews, resume workshops, networking opportunities, and fund raising.

Professional

1157

Nathan Scott
Box
1157
618-650-3245

Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization

The purpose of this organization is to inform, support, and inspire college students to be entrepreneurial and seek opportunity through enterprise creation.

Professional

1168

Timothy Schoenecker
Box
1100
618-650-2708

Council for Exceptional Children Promotes the education and welfare of exceptional children, and the persons engaged in the education of such children. Professional 1147 Craig Miner
Box
1147
618-650-2653

Delta Sigma Pi (Business Fraternity)

To foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity, and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community.

Professional

1168

John Navin
Box
1102
618-650-3423

Engineers Without Borders

To provide opportunities for students to use engineering skills & knowledge to improve the quality of life for communities both locally and internationally.

Professional

1168

Chris Gordon
Box
1803
618-650-2867

Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers

Promotes professional development of electrical engineering and its branches. Open to all students.

Professional

1801

George Engel
Box
1801
618-650-2806

Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE)

To promote the advancement of transportation and traffic engineering by fostering the close association of students with the transportation and traffic engineering profession and the Institute; to acquaint students with topics of interest in transportation and traffic engineering through the medium of competent speakers and of Chapter-sponsored trips; to foster the development of professional spirit, to promote common interests among students and to encourage the enhancement and optimization of facilities for transportation and traffic engineering study.

Professional

1168

Huaguo Zhou
Box
1800
618-650-2815

International Association of Jazz Educators

Promotes jazz education within school and the community. Open to all students.

Professional

1771

Reginald Thomas
Box
1771
618-650-2902

International Business Association

The purpose of this organization shall be to enhance and strengthen student awareness of international business.

Professional

1168

Ayse Evrensel
Box
1102
618-650-2592

Jazz Education Network (JEN) Promotes jazz education within school and the communitiy. Open to all students. Professional 1771 Reginald Thomas
Box
1771
618-650-2902

Joint Engineering Student Council

Purpose to represent the student body to the administration of the School including women, minority and international student issues.

Professional

1804

Hasan Sevim
Box
1804
618-650-2861

School of Pharmacy Class Organization

To provide opportunities for unity among the four School of Pharmacy classes and within each class. Additionally, to provide an opportunity to interact with the faculty and staff of the School of Pharmacy. The class organization also represents students with a unified voice and provides information, education, advocacy, and services. The class organization provides lifelong involvement in pharmacy.

Professional

2000

Chris Lynch
Box
2000
618-650-5160

Society for Human Resource Management

Purpose is dedicated to the advancement of human energy management in organizational settings. Open to all students.

Professional

1100

Robyn Berkley
Box
1100
618-650-2735

Society of Manufacturing Engineers at SIUE

To organize manufacturing engineers.

Professional

1805

Kevin Hubbard
Box
1805
618-650-3634

Society of Women Engineers

Promotes women in the field of engineering. Open to all undergraduates and graduates pursuing a career in engineering.

Professional

1800

Ying Shang
Box
1801
618-650-5193

Student Art Therapy Association

Promotes and awareness of art therapy. Open to anyone enrolled in art therapy courses or courses in related fields.

Professional

1764

Elizabeth Goebl-Parker
Box
1764
618-650-3196

Student Chapter of Industrial Engineers

Promotes the profession of industrial engineering. Open to undergraduates and graduates pursuing engineering or related fields.

Professional

1805

Cem Karacal
Box
1805
618-650-2435

Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA)

To educate communities on better health practices and to increase their awareness and understanding of diseases, while developing the role of the minority healthcare professional.

Professional

2000

LaKesha Butler
Box
2000
618-650-
5150

Student Nurse Association

Promotes the profession of nursing. Open to any student interested in nursing.

Professional

1066

Rebecca Luebbert
Box
1066
618-650-3993

Student Program IEA-NEA

The purpose fo this organization is to allow networking opportunities among education students as well as faculty. This program allows future teachers to speak with professionals and gaina better understanding of the field before entering into a teaching career.

Professional

1127

Randy Smith
Box
1122
618-650-3434

U.S. Institute of Theatre Technology

Assists students in obtaining internships and job employment in theatre. Must be in good academic standing.

Professional

1777

Alex Van Blommestein
Box
1777
618-650-3140