Green Clubs & Organizations

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

AIAS is a student-run organization dedicated to providing information and resources on issues critical to architectural education, including sustainable design. AIAS provides a sense of community for members and allows members to combine their efforts to advance the art and science of architecture. 

Research Themes:
Business and Economics, Energy, Environmental Arts and Humanities, Informatics, Modeling, and Remote Sensing, Urban Environment

The Bio5 Ambassadors is a volunteer and honorary organization affiliated with the Bio5 Institute. The Bio5 Institute works to find bold solutions to complex, biology-based challenges affecting humanity. Members of this student club represent Bio5’s interdisciplinary and collaborative mission. They also represent a variety of colleges and departments throughout UA and work together on projects that promote collaboration and science literacy. 

Research Themes:
Energy, Environmental Arts and Humanities, Food Systems and Security, Informatics, Modeling, and Remote Sensing, Public Health, Science Engagement

The Anthropology Club is a student-run organization dedicated to the promotion of all anthropological subdisciplines both in the field and in the classroom. The club’s goal is to encourage student discussion and interaction. Members participate in meetings, social activities, and special events related to anthropology.

Research Themes:
Climate and Adaptation, Environmental Arts and Humanities, Governance, Law, and Policy, Natural Environment and Biodiversity

The UA Collegiate Cattle Growers is a club designed to promote the beef industry while giving its members hands-on experience not provided in a classroom. CLGA is primarily made up of animal science students, but also has members from all over the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

Research Themes:
Food Systems and Security, Natural Environment and Biodiversity

The Student Chapter of the Wildlife Disease Association at the University of Arizona connects students with researchers, veterinarians, and professionals within the field of wildlife disease and conservation in an interactive environment. 

Research Themes:
Governance, Law, and Policy, Natural Environment and Biodiversity

The Nutritional Sciences Club is a student-run club that promotes healthy and sustainable lifestyle choices within the Tucson community. The club provides nutrition-related resources, including guest speakers, community outreach, and networking with professionals in the nutritional sciences field. Open to students of any major. 

Find them on Facebook by searching: "UA Nutritional Sciences Club"

Research Themes:
Food Systems and Security, Public Health, Science Engagement

U of A's law school is the only school in the country to offer three law degrees that concentrate on Indian and indigenous peoples law. This is a good post-undergraduate option for students that enjoy this minor and want to continue to make environmental change through understanding of indigenous cultures.

Research Themes:
Environmental Arts and Humanities, Governance, Law, and Policy, Natural Environment and Biodiversity

The goal of AISES is to substantially increase the representation of American Indians and Alaskan Natives in engineering, science, and other related technology disciplines. AISES works to promote, initiate, and provide educational services for American Indian and Alaska Native pre-college, college, and graduate students in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). 

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

ACT is a collegiate organization that helps agriculture communication students develop professionally and socially through professional opportunities and educational programs. The goal of this organization is to build relationships with peers, faculty, and professionals who are interested in agricultural communications.

Research Themes:
Business and Economics, Food Systems and Security, Water

LSSA aims to involve students in life sciences and horticulture. LSSA gives students the ability to gain hands-on experience in the club greenhouse and become involved in community events and projects

Research Themes:
Climate and Adaptation, Food Systems and Security, Natural Environment and Biodiversity, Water

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