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Thursday, September 3 • 13:00 - 16:00
Clubs Fair, Thursday Afternoon [Interdisciplinary]

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Student Group Services

Student Group Services assists over 400 active student groups on campus. Whatever interests you may have – academic, cultural, recreational, political – there’s probably a student group that’s right for you. If not, feel free to start a new one! Student Group Services assists over 400 active student groups on campus. Whatever interests you may have – academic, cultural, recreational, political &ndash... Read More →


Sociology Undergraduate Student Association

The Sociology Undergraduate Student Association (SUSA) exists to promote the Sociology and Criminology communities within the U of A. Our events this year include mixers and monthly guest speaker events hosted at Transcend. We are also proud to organize academic endeavours within the department, including the Sociology Mentorship Program & the Undergraduate Sociology Journal, Invoke. We are excited to be spending another year raising the... Read More →

Pre-Medical Students' Association

The Pre-Medical Students’ Association (PMSA) is an organization designed to support students intending to enter a career in the medical field. PMSA will serve as a resource for academic and non-academic information and guidance for students interested in applying to medical school. We provide many seminars, such as the Admissions, MCAT and Life as a Doctor Seminars, and workshops throughout the year. PMSA will also serve as a support... Read More →

KGK: East Asian Studies Undergraduate Students' Association

"KGK stands for “Kanpai Gambei Kombae” which are the words for ""cheers"" in Japanese, Chinese, and Korean respectively. The name represents our association’s emphasis on promoting cooperation between the students of the different branches of the East Asian Studies Department. | | KGK is a student association which aims to promote studying in the Department of East Asian Studies at the University of Alberta. The intention of... Read More →

Biochemistry Students' Association

The aim of the BCSA is to provide useful services in the areas of academic support, familiarization with the department of biochemistry, and networking opportunities for undergraduate students in the biochemistry program at the University of Alberta. The hope of the BCSA is to enrich students’ experience and to increase their participation within the department of biochemistry and the university community.

SPIE Student Chapter

SPIE, an international society advancing an interdisciplinary approach to the science and application of light, is encouraging bright minds to engineer and showcase projects that illuminate the importance of optics and photonics today. Collaborate with like-minded students and be exposed to advanced engineering topics to enlighten your future education and career. Previous projects have included: laser harp, LED chessboard, laser maze and a... Read More →

University of Alberta Energy Club

The primary purpose of our group is to foster an environment for all students to develop a deeper understanding of the vast energy industry. We host a wide range of events (including field trips) throughout the school year discussing key factors impacting the entire energy industry including technology, politics, and environmental implications. We strive to strike a fair balance between renewable and non-renewable energy sources when it comes... Read More →

University of Alberta Pre-Vet / Animal Health Club

The U of A Pre-Vet / Animal Health Club is a pre-professional club that offers opportunities to students aspiring to work in animal health, animal health majors, and students just looking to volunteer with animals. The club offers work and volunteer opportunities, social events, guest speakers, and exam bank. Guest speakers and presentations include vet schools from around the world. During the year we also host an industry-networking event... Read More →

Entrepreneurship Club

Entrepreneurship Club (eCLUB) seeks to create an inclusive and engaging environment for all students and alumni interested in entrepreneurship, and provide resources and opportunitief for student start-ups at the University of Alberta

Atmospheric Science Student Group

The Atmospheric Science Student Group is for students in atmospheric science and for general weather enthusiasts. We go on tours, go to conferences, and provide students with academic and volunteer opportunities.

Engineering Students' Society

A group for all Engineering undergraduate students, the ESS hosts a variety of events and services throughout the year including socials, professional development, mentorship and much more. Volunteer today or learn more about activities on our website ess.ualberta.ca or at the Engineering Carnival in Engg Quad September 10th and 11th.

Thursday September 3, 2015 13:00 - 16:00
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus