Are you a student in the College of Natural and Applied Sciences?
Do you want to meet other CNAS students and get involved on campus?
Do you like pizza, games and snacks?
If you answered yes to any of those questions, you should come to the 2022 CNAS Student Expo on Sept. 14!
Getting involved in CNAS
With a college as broad as CNAS, student organizations hold exciting opportunities.
“Joining a student organization is one of the best ways for our students to network and make the right connections for social engagement, sense of belonging and academic success,” said Dr. Jorge Rebaza, associate dean of CNAS.
Some of the student organizations that will be at this year’s expo include:
- American Association of Petroleum Geology (AAPG).
- American Chemical Society (ACS).
- American Fisheries Society of Missouri State University (AFS).
- American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
- Beta Beta Beta Biological Honors Society (Tri Beta).
- Eta Sigma Delta Honor Society (Hospitality Leadership).
- Geological Society.
- Missouri State Robotics.
- National Society of Minorities in Hospitality.
- Ozark Amateur Astronomers (OAAC).
- Pre-Med Society.
- Pre-Optometry Club.
- Pre-Veterinary Club.
- Society of Physics Students (SPS).
- Student Math Teacher Organization of Southwest Missouri (SM)^2TO.
- Society of Science Educators.
- Women in STEM.
The CNAS Student Expo will take place at the Temple Hall courtyard from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
In case of rain, head to the pit area inside Temple Hall.
For any questions, contact the CNAS Dean’s office via email at email@example.com