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Looking for info on student organizations? Try using Mason360 to view current and upcoming student involvement opportunities, as well as a listing of registered student organizations and their contacts. Mason360 puts all your activities in one place so you can easily manage memberships, interests, service hours, and more.
Below lists our many science-related registered student organizations as of Fall 2023. Submit your Mason Science related organization if it is not listed or you would like to add/update information to email@example.com.
Mason Science Student Organizations
The goal for the chemistry club is to focus on removing the stigma that is associated with chemistry and thus show the beauty that comes with the complexity of chemistry. This will be done bringing together STEM majors, as well as non-STEM majors, interested in learning about chemistry through activities, events, and guidance.
Advisor: Sarah Ward
Paving the Way for the Future of Data Science and Computation at George Mason University. Chapter of the National Student Data Corps.
Advisor: Dominic White
Members get one on one opportunities to learn from professors and professionals in the field of forensic science to network and form connections for future opportunities. Members can pay dues per semesters to receive merchandise, cords for graduation and the first access to limited events.
Advisor: Kelly Knight
The purpose of FOTO is to provide volunteer support to the GMU Observatory for the maintenance and improvement of publicly accessible observing events and astronomy outreach activities in service to the GMU student body and surrounding public community.
Advisor: Peter Plavchan
The mission of the Geography Club at Mason is to provide all students with interests in geography an inclusive environment for socialization, networking, and recreation while promoting study of the field.
Advisor: Lori Mandable
The George Mason Geology Club is a student-run organization for all those interested in the geologic sciences.
Advisior: Geoffrey Gilleaudeau
The Neuroscience Club is a space for all people to participate in a community who shares their love of neuroscience as well as a space for resources for various opportunities.
Our Vision is to be an influential organization ensuring that African Americans and other people of color are fully engaged in shaping the global scientific community.
Advisor: Andre Clayborne
The Physics and Astronomy Society at Mason is dedicated to creating an intellectually stimulating space that cultivates an interest in physics and/or astronomy.
The Science Policy Network (SPN) at Mason’s mission is to catalyze the engagement of students in policymaking by fostering an interdisciplinary science community, building skills needed for the next generation of science leaders, empowering student advocates for the role of science in society, and enabling students to conduct science diplomacy to extend the network internationally.
The purpose of this organization is to empower women in STEM and to foster future female leaders in STEM. We aim to immerse and lead students into an environment where they can engage, volunteer, and network with other STEM community members as well as increasing the representation of women in STEM and to acknowledge their efforts and contributions.
Advisor: Alexandra Masterson
The George Mason University Chapter shall further the growth of operational meteorology in the region by providing the community with a social and scientific point of contact for meteorological, hydrological, and other related scientific interests.
To provide guidance, mentorship, academic and moral support to young women on the collegiate level in order to increase retention of women in color in STEM programs.
Advisor: Kelly Knight