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Description: Environmental Council is a forum for undergrad, grad, and online students representing different organizations and departments at OSU and within the community to collaborate on environmental issues and follow up on projects to make campus more sustainable.
Description: Our goal is to educate and influence fellow athletes in hopes of amplifying sustainable habits. We want OSU athletes to practice and continue to promote sustainable ways of living. By using our status as Division 1 student-athletes, we are committed to bringing awareness to the sports community and creating long-lasting changes to move toward a more sustainable future.
Description: Oregon is one of the greenest and cleanest places on Earth. This should hold true even in Corvallis. Yet, there are so many parks and natural areas in our town that are covered with trash with barely anyone trying to clean it up. That's where we come in, and that's what we're going to do. Join our club! Help keep our city clean! Meet great people, have good vibes, and feel good you're doing mother nature a solid.
Description: The Ecological Engineering Student Society (EESS) was founded in 2009 by students of the Ecological Engineering program at Oregon State University. Since then, we have taken over a greenhouse, created an aquaponics system, gained a plot of land for agrivoltaics projects, and hosted numerous field trips and guest speakers. Ecological Engineering is the design of sustainable systems consistent with ecological principles that integrate human activities into the natural environment to the benefit of both. All who are interested in the field are welcome
Description: The Environmental Sciences Club is open to all students that have a passion for the environment. This club aims to educate students about environmental issues, inspire them to pursue issue they care about, and serve the community through local environmental service projects. Weekly meetings feature guest speakers and student-led presentations with weekend hikes, field trips, service projects, and camping trips.
Description: We are a professional, non-profit, scientific and educational association dedicated to the excellence in fisheries and wildlife stewardship through science and education. All majors are welcome to join.
Description: The Forest Stewards Guild promotes forestry that is ecologically diverse, economically viable, and socially responsible. Our club hosts professional guest speakers, sponsors field trips to local forests, promotes collaboration between disciplines, engages in service-learning projects, and encourages professional development.
Description: The aim of this student chapter of the national Forest Products Society is to encourage a spirit of fellowship among forest products students, faculty, and industry personnel, and promote awareness about forest products and forest products issues. Officers include a president, vice-president, secretary/treasurer, and project coordinator. Membership is open to anyone interested in forest products. Activities include social events, hosting guest speakers, and field trips to local industries and mills.
Description: We are an informal group providing student interaction and activities with regards to forestry. The group strives to promote character, leadership, fellowship, and goodwill among college students.
Description: Greeks Go Green is a student club working to inspire and empower students (particularly in the Greek community) to make sustainable choices in their everyday activities. They hold meetings multiple times a month, and aim to organize events and volunteer opportunities throughout each term.
Description: The Oregon State University Horticulture Club is dedicated, first, to stimulating and perpetuating the student's interest in horticulture; second, to providing a medium for intelligent discussion of problems relating to horticulture; third, to promoting closer relationships between horticulture students and faculty.
Description: Hydrophiles is a Sponsored Student Organization at Oregon State University. Our objective is to provide a forum for academic, professional, and social interaction among students, faculty, and other members of the Oregon State University community who share a common interest in all areas of water resources and hydrology, including science, policy, and engineering
Description: The Integrative Biology club hosts events such as hiking, traveling to nearby cities, hosting seminars and connecting students to faculty, research opportunities and more.
Description: An official International Association of Students in Agriculture and Related Sciences (IAAS) USA Chapter club. This organization is perfect for anyone interested in food, international development, travel, environmental health, sustainable agriculture, and international opportunities.
Description: LEAP club strives to build a collective of forward-thinking students that share a vested interest in agriculture, the environment, economics, and policy though interaction with industry professionals, the OSU community, local governments, and each other. They meet every other Thursday to discuss current events, hear from guest speakers in the industry, and take trips to lobby at the capital.
Description: The purpose of the OSU Mycology Club is to organize forays, field trips, guest speakers, events, and workshops related to topics in the field of mycology, and in other ways expose members to the taxonomy, ecology, & economy of fungi.
Description: The Natural History Collections Club (NHCC) is the first of its kind at OSU, allowing undergrads to engage with the university collections in various activities both on and off campus. Members of the club will gain hands on experience with these collections by working with museum staff on curatorial projects. Members will both experience and witness the incredible biodiversity archived across collections. Such activities broadly include experiences with specimen preservation, public exhibits, field collection and trips to visit other larger museums and collections. Additionally, members will learn about collection-based scientific research and will have the capacity to develop their own and/or assist with ongoing projects in these collections.
Description: Ocean11 is Oregon State University’s marine club comprised of students from all 11 colleges. It provides opportunities for OSU students to grow academically, professionally, socially and experientially with the ocean and coasts. Through club activities, students will contribute to local communities, network with professionals and other students, connect with students and faculty from other OSU colleges, departments and disciplines, communicate the values of the marine environment to students and the public, and broaden and deepen their experiences interacting with the ocean, coasts and associated social cultures. Those in leadership positions will develop greater leadership and communication skills.
Description: All volunteer student-run organic farm for the past 18 years! Come to Thursday Night work parties 4:30 pm to dark! Check out our website for directions to the farm! RUN! WALK! BIKE! DRIVE! Come join the farm!
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Description: Social Impact Club is a College of Business student organization with a mission to educate students about social entrepreneurship, running a nonprofit, sustainability, and more topics pertaining to social business. Through presentations by professionals and discussions with their peers, club members can learn outside of the classroom and become motivated to create change in the world.
Description: Sunrise OSU is a branch of Sunrise Corvallis that seeks to bring together OSU students with other members of the community to address the causes and consequences of the climate crisis through social and political action. We use our diverse interests and talents to fight for environmental and climate justice right here in Corvallis.
Facebook: Sunrise Corvallis
Description: The purpose of the Sustainability Club is to provide professional development, education, and community engagement related to the three pillars of sustainability: the environment, the economy, and social equity.
Description: Vegans & Vegetarians at OSU is an animal rights group that aims to educate about the ethical, environmental, and health impacts of eating and using animals. Our outreach includes food sampling, tabling, and hosting film screenings, speakers, demonstrations, and protests. Our strategy is to inform and empower, our goal is animal liberation.
Description: Waste Watchers is a group run by Campus Recycling whose mission is to engage students and the community in waste reduction at OSU by providing educational programming, meaningful opportunities for action, and empowerment of future leaders.