Green Clubs & Organizations

See detailed information about the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences' clubs here

The Biosystems Engineering Club is dedicated to the introduction and exploration of biosystems engineering. Club activities include lab tours, guest speakers and designing projects within subjects such as controlled environment, agriculture, biofuels, tissue engineering and watershed engineering. 

Research Themes:
Climate and Adaptation, Energy, Food Systems and Security, Informatics, Modeling, and Remote Sensing, Natural Environment and Biodiversity, Science Engagement, Water

The Arizona Solar Racing Team is a club that designs and builds a solar-electric vehicle every year in order to gain knowledge in practical engineering applications. The club races their car in a nation-wide competition every year.

Research Themes:
Business and Economics, Energy, Informatics, Modeling, and Remote Sensing, Science Engagement

Phi Rho is a sorority for women in engineering and engineering technology.

Research Themes:
Informatics, Modeling, and Remote Sensing, Science Engagement

EWB is a student-run club dedicated to using student knowledge to improve the world we live in. The club enables communities around the world to meet their basic needs such as clean water and sanitation through simple, sustainable, and powerful engineering projects.

Research Themes:
Business and Economics, Climate and Adaptation, Energy, Food Systems and Security, Informatics, Modeling, and Remote Sensing, Natural Environment and Biodiversity, Public Health, Science Engagement, Water

EEB Ambassadors are students who wish to take an active role in assisting current and prospective EEB and Biology students, as well as departmental faculty and staff. They are involved with new freshmen orientation, recruitment visits, graduation ceremonies, peer mentoring, and other workshops and events. 

Research Themes:
Science Engagement

The UA Biochemistry Club is a club for students interested in biochemistry and molecular biology. The club provides its members with resources to make them successful in pursuing education beyond their undergraduate career. Members reach out to the community through science education support and similar events.

Research Themes:
Science Engagement

The USGBC is a student-led organization that is interested in sustainable mechanical systems and design concepts. The club hosts speakers, proposes construction projects and works to grant LEED certifications within the Tucson community.

Research Themes:
Business and Economics, Energy, Science Engagement, Urban Environment

GPS provides students in the University of Arizona’s Planning Program with the support and professional tools necessary to develop leadership skills in the development of vital communities by advocating excellence in community planning, promoting education and citizen empowerment, and providing the tools and support necessary to meet the challenges of growth and change.

Research Themes:
Climate and Adaptation, Environmental Arts and Humanities, Governance, Law, and Policy, Public Health

CAPLA Student Council members serve on the Dean's College leadership team. With representatives from all of the CAPLA student organizations, the Council facilitates cross-disciplinary activities, and provides leadership for greater student involvement in service projects, school-wide events, and other initiatives.

Research Themes:
Business and Economics, Environmental Arts and Humanities, Science Engagement

ASLA is a student-run organization united to develop and enhance the environment we live in through landscape architecture. This organization provides its members contacts with other students, schools and professionals locally and nationwide.

Research Themes:
Environmental Arts and Humanities, Natural Environment and Biodiversity, Urban Environment

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