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Student Organizations

At the Eberly College of Science, our focus is to support your journey toward academic success while strengthening the connection between your research and your community. We encourage graduate students to explore our diversity-focused organizations, find friends with similar experiences, advocate for issues you care about, or discover an exciting extracurricular.

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GWIS is an interdisciplinary national society of women and men who support equal opportunities for all in science. Their mission as an organization is to build a global community to inspire, support, recognize, and empower women in science.

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MGS in STEM serves as a community for underrepresented graduate students and allies.The mission is to provide a professional community for underrepresented students to develop skills to succeed as graduate students and professionals with an aim to build confidence and foster relationships through faculty mentorship.

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NOBCChE strives to build a framework for successful diverse global leaders in STEM that will help advance their professional endeavors by adding value to their academic, development, leadership, and philanthropic ventures throughout the life-cycle of their careers.

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oSTEM is a non-profit student organization geared toward influencing the academic and professional progress and development growth of LGBTQ students and youth in the field of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. oSTEM focuses its efforts on educating, increasing and retaining acceptance, tolerance and enrollment in such professions.

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SACNAS is an inclusive organization dedicated to fostering the success of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans, from college students to professionals, in attaining advanced degrees, careers, and positions of leadership in STEM.

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TaMIA provides a safe space for underrepresented or marginalized groups to talk about issues of equity and inclusion in astronomy with the community at-large. TaMIA’s main goal is to support those who have felt pushback in life based on who they are, where they come from, what they believe in, or how they look, sound, speak, hear, think, move, feel, or understand the world.

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