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S.C.O.P.E (Social Change Of Profound Expression) INACTIVETo create a diverse understanding of art and the artists producing it, that motivates the profound expression of social activism. To strive to express unique perspectives from various underrepresented bodies to the greater UT and Austin communities. To enhance the communication and collaboration of new artists through networking. To produce art showcased through concerts, performances, exhibits, and digital platforms. To create an intellectual environment for new ideas and connections to thrive.There will be an end of the semester showcase preceded by smaller group projects throughout the semester such as showcases, exhibits, shows, etc. to help prepare material for the end of the semester showcase.
S.M.I.L.E. Students Making Impacts Through Love & EmpathyTo provide the resources and opportunities for student, faculty, and staff to participate in personalized group play dates with children with extended stays at the hospital. We will conduct community out reach that will benefit the children in the surrounding area.We go daily to the strictly pediatrics oncology clinic for therapeutic play time with the children. Once a week we provide therapeutic art activities for the children in Dell's Children Hospital. We also volunteer with organizations such as the Center for Child Protection, the St. Baldrick's Foundation, the Ronald McDonald House and many more.
S.O.S-Save Our Skin INACTIVETo raise awareness of melanoma skin cancer and to participate and hold fundraisers to raise money for the research of melanoma treatments.Participate in fundraising walks, spread awareness through out campus, pass out sample sunscreens, guest speakers at monthly meetings.
S.T.A.R.T. To START methods of affiliating North, Central and South America by promoting information, communication, ideas and actions to solve social issues together. By donating money to charity, financial and voluntary activity, we plan to create methods for interaction between volunteering programs throughout the continent of America.As an organization we hope to raise awareness throughout campus of the several opportunities there are for community service both in Austin area as well as international (South American opportunities). We will raise funds and look for sponsors for people in underdeveloped countries through the help of other organizations. Raise Awareness (via tabling, sharing posts, participating in events) for the ultimate purpose of gathering resources and motivation. Do 3 or more volunteer activities (community service) with us or any other group Participate in at least 75% of all meetings As the organization rises, we will consider other pledging requirements such as initial fees for organization costs
SaayaTo promote dance fusion.Dance practices.
SAGAR: South Asia Graduate Research JournalThe purpose of SAGAR is to promote graduate scholarship on South Asia by publishing relevant research.SAGAR publishes biannual issues of Graduate research on South Asia as well as regularly updated content and resources for graduate students online.
Sahaj Marg MeditationTo promote and to provide training in the Sahaj Marg (Natural Path) System of Meditation, a spiritual path based on heart-centered meditation. Sahaj Marg is a modified form of the ancient Raja Yoga, better suited for modern lifestyle.Group meditation, spiritual seminars and workshops, reading, meditation information classes for students/faculty/staff interested to find out about Sahaj Marg meditation.
SALSA - Symposium about Language and Society, AustinTo provide a forum for student research in language and culture. To plan and facilitate a yearly conference for the presentation of similiar research for faculty and students at UT. We draw presenters from around the country.Monthly meetings at which graduate students present their research; planning and selection of presenters for yearly conference (among which many are UT grad students.)
SAMPE Texas Student ChapterThe Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE®), an international professional member society, provides information on new materials and processing technology. The purpose of the UT student chapter is to get students who are interested in the field of composite materials connected to the world of professional engineers in the related field.professional seminars related to composites and materials engineering, guided tours to major industrial facilities and research departments.N/A
Samskritam - Student Chapter at the University of Texas at AustinSamskritam (aka Sanskrit), a language that was spoken widely in ancient India, is one of the oldest and richest languages in the world. Samskritam - Student Chapter at the University of Texas at Austin is a group of students who are enthusiastic about learning the language particularly in it's spoken form. We hope to learn sanskrit and use it for everyday conversation and popularize the language in the student community. To learn and appreciate Sanskrit language and literature. Our activities include (but are not limited to) weekly discussions, organizing spoken sanskrit camps, composing plays, meet-ups with other Sanskrit organizations such as Samskrita Bharati and participation in events organized by Samskrita Bharati Austin Chapter.
San Antonio Student Pharmacists AssociationPromote the profession of pharmacy to the San Antonio community and University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA). Also, to provide a channel of communication for the University of Texas College of Pharmacy students between San Antonio and other affiliated campuses.Participate in community service involving pharmacy health care, disease awareness, and educational programs to promote a healthier community.
San Jacinto Residence Hall CouncilThe purpose of our council is to represent the residents living in San Jacinto Residence Hall. We will strive to build a community within the hall through sponsoring various programs and events that reflect the interests of the residents. Our council will ensure San Jacinto remains a great place to live on campus. The council will continue to work closely with the University Residence Hall Association (URHA), the Division of Housing and Food Service (DHFS), and the University of Texas at Austin.SJRHC will sponsor and put in various social, academic, self-interest//awareness, and cultural activities for residents of the hall. We will work to build a community within San Jacinto through these functions.
Sapan Patel for McCombs RepresentativeTo campaign for and elect Sapan Patel as one of the College Representatives for the McCombs School of Business to the Student Government Assembly. Activities will include flyering and tabling in support of the candidate
Sarah Jane Brain Club - Austin Chapter INACTIVETo increase awareness, research, and treatment of Pediatric Acquired Brain Injury (PABI) through volunteer and service activities.Major activities include fundraising, volunteering with the national Sarah Jane Project's affiliates, and distribution of informational materials regarding the causes and risks of PABI.
Saudi Students Association at UT Austin1. Connecting the Saudi students in UT. 2. Raise awareness to the Saudi Culture.1. Periodic social and culture events. 2. Represent Saudi Arabia in the international events in the university.
SB into TexasThe official purpose of the organization is to raise awareness of the importance of a college education in students in the Spring Branch Independent School District.Give presentations and talks about the importance of college to junior high and high school students in the Spring Branch Independent School District in Houston, TX. Also, to mentor and answer questions about applications, scholarships, and the college life and experience.
Schoenstatt University Men and WomenSchoenstatt is an international Catholic movement seeking to form bold leaders for the Church and society through formation and apostolic service.Small group meetings, Adoration, retreats, service, rosaries
School of Architecture Representative CouncilThe SARC intends to sustain and develop lines of communication within the UT School of Architecture and to foster a more collaborative culture of engagement between faculty, students, and administration in the design and direction of the school. We seek to facilitate communication between the various disciplines within the school and all persons involved.The principal responsibility of any elected representative is to attend the School of Architecture Committee meetings as mandated by the university. Attendance of S.A.R.C meetings is also a required activity for all representatives.
School of Human Ecology AmbassadorsThe purpose of the organization is to promote a sense of community within the School of Human Ecology and act as a liaison between the students and the faculty at the school.The major activities of the organization include events for prospective students coming into the School of Human Ecology, a mentorship program for students in the School, and events designed to promote the School as a whole and bring the three divisions of the School together.
Sci Journal ClubTo develop a community of students with a passion in research, and to act as a hub for research project idea generation, research mentorship, and opportunity-seeking. This organization will provide and build strong leaders in research and keep members up-to-date on the most highly impactive publications in their topic of interest.Club meetings will be organized to include research opportunities, poster sessions and competitions, and discussion of major research articles published since the last meeting. Other activities will include supporting and attending graduate student seminars and having group socials.
Science Undergraduate Research Group - SURGeTo encourage undergraduate students to participate in scientific research.Weekly meetings, activities to promote student involvement in scientific research such as; poster sessions, outreach to freshman interest groups, members lab tours and presentation of research projects. G2550
Scientific Entrepreneurial Society INACTIVETo provide students with an organized opportunity outside of the classroom to explore and learn about how the process of taking innovative ideas, protecting them and developing and supporting them to create products forming the basis to start a company typically works.Students will lead and organize meetings to hear from outside speakers knowledgeable about the entrepreneurial process as well as engaged fellow students.
Scientists, Technologists, Engineers, and LawTo introduce members to legal and political applications of Science, Technology, and Engineering. These applications include but are not limited to patent law, politics, public policy, and research in a government laboratory.Host speakers from related fields Network among each other (providing advice and sharing opportunities) Host a legal/political case competition
Secular Student Alliance at the University of Texas at AustinOur purpose is to foster a community of non-theist students who are committed to reason, critical inquiry into any topic, secular human-based ethics, and the separation of church and state.1) Education= talks/lectures/discussions/debates/panels -> topics related to atheism, science, skepticism, humanism, etc. 2) Activism= community volunteer service/charity, separation of church/state 3) Social= games, parties, pub crawl, etc. 4) Possible trips to conferences as a group
Self Defense & Martial Arts Collective INACTIVETexas Sun Dragon is affiliated with Sun Dragon Martial Arts and Self Defense, a Seido Karate and self defense school in South Austin. Our purpose is to provide workshops, lectures, and trainings on issues of empowerment, self defense, and social justice to the UT community.To provide workshops, lectures, and trainings on issues of empowerment, self defense, martial arts and social justice to the UT community.
Senate of College CouncilsTo serve as the official voice of students in academic affairs through representation by the College Councils.To foster a sense of community in academics at the university of texas at Austin by representing all students in academic affairs, championing the efforts of the college councils, creating awareness and pride in the academic strength of the university, and ensuring that the university of Texas at Austin is and remains a "university of the first class."
Service ScholarsWill provide students the opportunity to develop and use their leadership skills to serve Austin community, as well as prepare students for public service throughout their lives.By using community service, the group will grow both the community and themselves
Shape-note singingShape-note singing is a lively 200 year-old tradition of singing American folk hymns in a participatory, social setting. The purpose of the student group is to promote awareness of and participation in this tradition among the UT community.The student group will hold regular singings and occasional singing schools on campus, as well as facilitate student participation in singings in greater Austin and the rest of Texas. The group meets on the third Sunday afternoon of every month [through at least December 2013] to sing from The Sacred Harp. All are welcome regardless of musical experience level. Third Sundays 3-5 pm Texas Union Governors' Room (UNB 3.116)
She Says!We Dig Women! We bring Feminist and Queer folks together to build community through social, informational, and service events.Interests include: women, feminism, queerness, relaxed social gatherings, camping, movie watching, Austin outings, service events, roller derby watching, and community building. Weekly Meetings for Fall 2013: First meeting: Monday, September 9th Day: Every Monday Place: GAR 0.128 Time: 6pm
SHOUT - Shakespeare OutreachTo support the Shakespeare at Winedale Outreach to schools program in the Department of English, through workshops and scene performance.1) conduct workshops for visiting student groups on-campus. 2) Create a 45 minute shakespeare performance to take to area schools participating in outreach.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity - IFCBring comparable men together for the purpose of close friendship and social gathering.Travis County Blood Drive, sponsorship of annual fraternity/sorority tug of war competition, participation in Big Brothers of Austin Program for Underprivileged Children, Annual Round-Up Street Party and sponsorship of the Hoop-a-Thon for Jr. Helping Hand Children Home.
Sigma Alpha Iota - MusicRaising standards of productive musical work among the women students of colleges, conservatories and universities. Forming chapters of music students and musicians who by their musical interest, uphold the highest ideals of a musical education, giving inspiration and aid to to members. Organizing cultural life of membership as a contributing factor of their educational program. Adhering to the highest stan- dards of American citizenship and democracy. Furthering development of music in America and promoting a stronger bond of musical interest.Music therapy, small community tours, Bold Note, recitals, assisting UT Music Department
Sigma Alpha LambdaTo educate, lead, serve, and mentor in our community based upon the principles of servant leadership. We strive to enhance our leadership skills and abilities while providing an opportunity for personal and professional development by giving back to our community and engaging in meaningful projectsThe bulk of our projects will be customized based upon the chosen projects of the chapter and needs within the community with a special interest in the mentoring of school age children.
Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity - IFCTo foster and maintain among its sons a spirit of fraternity; a spirit of mutal moral aid and support; to instill and maintain in the hearts of its sons, love for and loyality to Alma Mater and its ideals; to inculcate among its sons such ideals as well result in actions worthy of the highest precepts of true manhood, democracy and humanity.Two to three social functions per month; three community service pro- jects per semester. Active in Intramural Sports Program and a member of I.F.C.
Sigma Beta Rho Fraternity Inc. - MGCTo instill leadership in young men, and to promote multicultural diversity on campus.To provide social events centered on diversity and to enhance youth education and development.
Sigma Chi - IFCThe purpose of this fraternity shall be to cultivate and maintain the high ideals of friendship, justice and learning upon which Sigma Chi was founded.Fight Night, Derby Days, Sweetheart Formal
Sigma Delta Lambda - LPHCSigma Delta Lambda-Beta Chapter is a multicultural community service and social organization designed to help, through tutoring and mentoring the youth of the Austin community. While we are committed to helping students in the Austin area, we are also committed to uniting Latinas on the UT campus, and building contacts that will last a lifetime.Members are encouraged to be involved in all UT activites.
Sigma Delta Pi - National Spanish Honor Society1) Honor those who seek and attain excellence in the study of the Spanish language and in the study of the literature and culture of the Spanish-speaking peoples.Sigma Delta Pi is the only honor society devoted exclusively to students of Spanish in 4 year colleges. Active chapters qualify for scholarships and grants funded by the national headquarters.
Sigma Delta Tau - UPCIt shall be the purpose of this fraternal organization to form a close social and fraternal union of those of similar ideals and to foster, maintain, and instill such ideals in the hearts of its members as well as result in actions worthy of the highest precepts of true womanhood, democracy and humanity.Social, educational, and philanthropic.
Sigma Gamma Tau - Aerospace EngineeringSigma Gamma Tau Society is established to recognize and honor those individuals in the field of aeronautics who have, through scholarship, integrity and outstanding achievement, been a credit to their pro- fession. The society seeks to foster a high standard of ethics and professonal practices and to create a spirit of loyalty and fellow- ship particularly among students of aeronautical engineering.Sigma Gamma Tau is primarily an honor society and its' activities center around the selection and initiation of new members. Picnics, banquets and similar functions are sponsored to support these activities. Special activities can be initiated by society members if desired.
Sigma Kappa Phi Multicultural Fraternity Incorporated - MGCWe, the brothers of Sigma Kappa Phi, will strive to perfect and unite an organization of unique individuals blind to color, social standing and culture. Our purpose remains to dedictae ourselves to the needs of our community while preserving our morals of honor, integrity unity and most importantly brotherhood. We strive to provide a truly Multicultural Experience to any man hoping to advance oneself through education, service, and brotherhood.Service to the community, multicultural awareness. Socials
Sigma Lambda Alpha Sorority Inc. - AffiliateTo promote community service and academic achievement as well as to educate and excel at Latino culture in our diverse campus.High volume of volunteering due to the Boys & Girls Club being our philanthropy support as many intercultur activities.
Sigma Lambda Beta-Eta Alpha Chapter - LPHCSigma Lambda Beta is based on cultural understanding and wisdom. We believe in the principles of fairness, opportunity, and in the equality of all men no matter their race, culture, or ethnicity. Our biggest goal is to see that all of society can realize the importance of these principles. To achieve this goal we all strive to model these behaviors and present ourselves in a gentlemanly and educated fashion.Activities & Events include: Dia De Los Muertos, Haskell Street Halloween Block Party, Cesar Chavez street clean up through Keep Austin Beautiful, Parents Weekend, CPR Awareness Day, SLB State Events, Cultural Awareness Lecture Series, National and Chapter Founders Week, Famous Purple and White Stroll Competition, Annual Formal
Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority - LPHCSigma Lambda Gamma, historically a Latina based sorority, shall be primarily one of promoting standards of excellence in morality, ethics and education. Further, the sorority shall work to better serve the needs and wants of all people by disseminating information about the diverse culture which we all share. Finally, the sorority shall maintain respect for the views of others through this valuing, thereby, enhancing our understanding of one another, and thus bettering our community, our country, and the world.National Philanthropy: Breast Cancer Awareness, a week full of events are dedicated to this purpose; Other Events include Academic Workshops; Community Service-Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Christmas Kindness Dinner; Cultural Awareness- Shades of Skin; Social Interaction- Club Parties, Mixers; Morals and Ethics- Social Justice Event
Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity - IFC1) Uphold, develop and strengthen the character of its members; 2) in- culate those principles which naturally revolve upon an individual as a member of society; 3) impress upon its members the true significance of fraternal relationships; 4) aid and sustain, as far as possible the government and discipline of the institution where it is located; 5) promote scholarship, athletic excellence and social compatibility.1) Intramurals; 2) contributions to local and national charities like Big Brothers of Austin, Muscular Dystrophy, March of Dimes, Austin State School for the Deaf; 3) participation in University student government and activities; 4) various social functions with other fra- ternal organizations; 5) participation in various honorary and service organizations.
Sigma Phi LambdaTo glorify God and make his name great.Weekly meetings, sisterhood retreats, service projects, prayer groups, open parties, mixers and more.
Sigma Phi Omega Sorority, Inc. - TAPCOur main purpose is to unite and promote friendship amoung asians and other interested students through social events as well as an emphasis on community service.Asian Awareness, Women's Empowerment, Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention, chapter events and chapter support.
Sigma Pi Fraternity - IFCTo promote honor, chivalry, and brotherhood among all its members and to encourage philantropy and the betterment of the community in which Sigma Pi serves.Community service, social functions, and brotherhood events.
Sigma Tau Delta - English INACTIVERecognize and promote excellence in English literary scholarship.Would like to help to solicit speakers for on campus lectures, sponsor a discussion section at which faculty members could speak, and provide a social setting for motivated students with similar interests in literature.
Significance and Cinema INACTIVETo bring together a discussion on the film industry and how it interacts and displays biblical narratives through themes, characters, and conclusion.We watch films, discuss films, and learn about storytelling through open discussion. The only special interest is the film medium.
Sikh Students AssociationTo promote the values and awareness of Sikhism.Discussion of current Sikh topics and all those related to Sikh students
Silver SpursA tradition of unselfish devotion to life at this Univ. By becoming a Silver Spur one will be assuming a consciousness and a responsibility to share with us in making our school, as its founding fathers hoped, genuinely of the first class. We are an honorary service organization which helps manifest the fellowship, service and purpose implicit in our University. We care for Bevo, the Longhorn mascot, and support all Longhorn activities both academically and athletically.1. Care of Bevo and transporting him to athletic contests, Univ activities and Austin community and civic gatherings. 2. Annual production of Bevo's Birthday Rodeo in the fall and Chili Cook-Off in the Spring. 3. Work primarily with Austin Boys Club for which we raise thousands of dollars each year.
Singapore Students Association INACTIVETo foster a spirit of cohesiveness among Singapore students at the University of Texas at Austin. It will endeavor to do this by providing opportunities for Singapore students to meet and maintain good relationships with each other.General social gatherings.
Slow Food Texas INACTIVESlow Food is dedicated to promoting local and sustainable food sources. The organization raises awareness of the origins of our food supply in efforts to reclaim a lasting food culture. The Chapter at the University of Texas at Austin is a supporter of the International organization "Slow Food."Meetings will feature speakers from the natural foods industry in Austin. The will also volunteer with area farms and food banks. Special events will center around the Austin Farmer's Market.
Smash ClubThe Smash Club's official purpose is to give any individual within Austin, who has an admiration of Nintendo's Super Smash Brothers franchise, in particular Super Smash Brothers Melee, a home where one can play, practice, compete, and enjoy a neighbor's good company within the Super Smash Brothers franchise.Hold bi-weekly or tri-weekly meetings which occur almost exclusively on Saturdays Organize intercity Tournaments that require community involvement Strengthen Smash community bonds within Texas and the rest of the U.S. Improve the competitive skill of our Austin players, to garner admiration and respect from other local Smash communities But most important of all, to have fun, learn, create friendships, and distract yourself with a healthy hobby that stimulates creativity, quick reactions, mental fortitude, and appreciation.
SnafuSnafu is a long-form improv troupe that holds weekly shows for the entertainment of the UT student body and Austin community.There will be weekly shows held at a UT location to be determined. Also, this troupe will compete in the CIT (College Improv Tournament) in the spring.
SOC General Interest GroupThe purpose of the SOC General Interest Group is to promote knowledge sharing among Student Organization Center (SOC) staff.The Student Organization Center staff supports the administrative needs of registered student organizations, sponsored student organizations, and faculty and staff organizations.
Social Entrepreneurship AssociationThe purpose of this team is to raise awareness of social entrepreneurship at the University of Texas to empower the members to discover their passions and apply their skills to change our community one step at a time.We will be partnering with different non-profit organizations to work on projects with them as well as volunteer with the specific organization. The purpose is to use our skills to help these organizations with their business planning or strategy, but to also get hands-on exposure with the people that we are working to help and improve the lives of. We will also be hosting speakers from these organizations or businesses once a month to talk about the current social issues at hand and how they've contributed to them.
Social Justice Action CoalitionSJAC's mission is to provide students at the University of Texas with opportunities for social justice action, education and leadership. We are committed to participating in the community at large and educating others about social justice issues.Engage in students led projects addressing societal inequality including fundraising, service learning and community outreach.
Social Media Club at UT Austin INACTIVESMCUT focuses on improving students' awareness of social media and providing members with career and networking opportunities. Our goal is to enable students to promote industry standards that will lead to "social media for the social good."Meetings with professional speakers; community work; internship and job postings; local conference notifications
Social Work CouncilThe council attempts to further the education of social work students by providing a forum for communication with faculty and staff to improve the school of social work. The council also provides educational, service and social action activities to enhance student involvement and cohesion.SWC provides social work students with a voice in the campus-wide Senate of College Councils and keeps students up to date on current social work issues with an emphasis on UT and Austin while bringing students together through school and campus events, socials, volunteering, and activist opportunities.
Social Workers Enriching Latino LeadershipTo be the premiere organization serving Latino/a social workers in their higher education and professional journey for the purpose of building exceptional leaders that can effectively serve the global community.Our mission is to unite and empower Latino(a) social work students, foster relationships between emerging and established professionals and enrich the community through prepared leadership and advocacy.
Social, Health, and Economic Policymakers (SHEP) SHEP's mission is to serve as a forum for the exchange of information related to social, health, and ecnomic policy. SHEP also aims to promote the study of social, health, and economic policy at UT and to serve as a community for students, faculty, and staff interested in these topics. Sharing relevant news articles, policy memos and research, conference and event announcements, internship and job postings, class listings, and other items of interest. Sponsoring lectures, hosting social events to build community, and collaborating with faculty, particularly those at the LBJ School of Public Affairs.
Society for Advancement of Hispanics/Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) - Student ChapterTo further the work of, to improve the effectiveness of, and to enhance the public understanding of and appreciation for Hispanics, Chicanos, Native Americans, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians and other underrepresented minorities in science; To cooperate with other individuals, organizations, clubs, and other groups whose purposes include the achievement of public understanding for Hispanics, Chicanos, Native Americans, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians and other underrepresented minorities in the sciences; To promote student and professional recruitment and retention of Hispanics, Chicanos, Native Americans, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians and other underrepresented minorities in science at the University of Texas at Austin and to provide a forum for students and professionals from different science disciplines to come together for professional development, academic, community service and social activities at the University of Texas at Austin. The chapter will encourage its members and other interested students to attend the SACNAS National Conference. The chapter will develop fundraising events to raise fund to assist chapter members or students to attend the national conference or other chapter activities. Members may participate in the organization of outreach and mentorship activities to peers, as well as middle school and high school students.
Society For Biomaterials at the University of Texas at AustinThe Society For Biomaterials Student Chapter at UT Austin is an academic organization aimed at spreading knowledge of biomaterials science. Many students are not introduced to biomaterials until very late in their education. Thus, one of our aims is to introduce the topic earlier on for undergraduates by graduate student-led presentations and guest speakers, as well as for K-12 students by doing scientific demonstrations at outreach events. It is also a primary goal of our organization to support undergraduate and graduate student research and professional development.There will be monthly meetings which will have seminar presentations from graduate students about applying to grad school or internships, or from professionals in academia and industry about career opportunities in the field of biomaterials. We will also volunteer with K-12 outreach programs to demonstrate simple biomaterials experiments.
Society for Cultural UnityAn effort to consolidate the resources of various social and cultural groups all working towards making UT a safer and more accepting environment regardless of belief or backgroundMobilizing various student groups to serve as a single political effort to curb the profiling and targeting of various socially marginalized groups.
Society for Islamic Awareness (SIA)The Society for Islamic Awareness (SIA) strives to foster a better awareness of Islam, its teachings, and the surrounding issues among students at the University of Texas at Austin. Through academic and social activities and events, SIA provides a platform that facilitates dialogue and promotes understanding of the message of Quaran and Ahluh Bayt, which is the message of peace, respect, freedom, and justice. SIA also seeks to build and sustain an environment of friendship and support for the students and the surrounding community.SIA focuses on academic, social activities and events like panel discussions, talks, social get togethers.
Society of American ArchivistsTo serve as a means of introducing and integrating new archivists into the profession; to enhance the educational function of the Society by providing focus for students to discuss archival issues, identify with profession and engage in professional activities to promote communia tion among student members; to develop the leaders of tommorrow's arch ival profession; and to attract new members into the Society of American Archivists.A student of the Society of American Archivists encourages graduate students to broaden their understanding of archival issues, archival education, and the archival profession by inviting guest speakers; organizing visit to area archival repositories; elicit reports from fellow students who have attended regional and national archival con- ferences; encouraging professional activities; interacting with other relatated student group like the American Library Association.
Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE)Our purpose is to prepare Asian heritage scientists and engineers for success in the global business world, to celebrate diversity on campus, and to provide opportunities for members to network with professionals, give back to the community, and socialize.To conduct general meetings with corporate guest speakers, sponsor social and service events, and provide networking and professional development.
Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)To provide its members opportunities to gain broader insight into the engineering profession by sponsoring meetings which will bring practicing engineers to campus, arranging field trips to research and engineering establishments, sponsoring student projects of engineering interest, and participating in local SAE Section activities. It shall also be the purpose of this organization to develop interpersonal skills and promote good fellowship among the students, faculty and staff.Technical speakers on transportation. Entering approved SAE contests.
Society of Fire Protection EngineersTo educate the UT@Austin Engineering community about opotunities in the field of Fire Protection.Bi-Weekly speaker meetings-visits to form professionals in the field. ETC 7.130
Society of Hispanic Professional EngineersTo encourage recruitment, retention and advancement of Hispanic engineers in education and employment. Promote career awareness, self-esteem, and pride within the community.Take Plant trips - National & Regional Conference Assist Pi Sigma Pi (Minority Engineering in World of Engineering and Career Fair.)
Society of Petroleum EngineersSupport petroleum engineering professionalism and learning, to aid the Petroleum Engineering Department and to encourage student interaction and espirit de corps.We organize monthly meetings with guest speakers, field trips around the state and southwest, encourage student interest in the Petroleum Engineering Department. We have various off campus social functions, etc. CPE 3.124
Society of PharmacoepidemiologyTo serve as a forum for scientific discussion about pharmacoepidemiology.Guest speakers and student forums. PHR 2.220B
Society of Physics Students1) Promotion of fraternalization among physics students, faculty and staff; 2) provision of student input to the department when the latter desires it; 3) local chapter of National Society of Physics Students.1) Seminannual department picnics; 2) department course evaluation in cooperation with measurement and evaluation center; 3) physics group activities including team sports; back packing and canoeing trips; tours of various lab facilities; seminars and public discussions.
Society of Plan II Engineers (SP2E)To promote the interests of students of the Plan II/Engineering dual degree plan. This support is intended to further the academic and professional opportunities available to its members.Provide peer advising and academic counseling, prepare informative literature and cover letters for resumes, investigate job opportunities to dual degree, interdisciplinary students, promote the identity and visibility of the program.
Society of Professional MediatorsTo provide the opportunity for trained mediators and those in training to discuss professional issues, share experiences, and promote mediation as a resource for Dispute Resolution.The promotion of mediation as a method for dispute resolution.
Society of Women EngineersTo strengthen and empower women engineering students by: * educating women about difficulties facing female engineers, * creating a sense of identity and community, * providing resources for women engineers, and * enhancing leadership and professional skillsIndustry Speakers, Panel Discussions, SWE Mentor Advising Program, High School Encounter with Engineering, Spring Awards Banquet, Engineers Day at the Mall, plant tours, intramural sports, service projects, and social activities. ECJ 1.228
Society of Young Investors and Entrepreneurs INACTIVETo learn more about markets and investing, and to discuss ideas and what the future holdsWe have various meetings throughout the month to pitch and discuss business plans
Sociological InsightSociological Insight is a student organization aimed at promoting undergraduate research in the social sciences through the annual publication of a fully referred national undergraduate research journal. Sociological Insight provides an opportunity for undergraduates to publish their best academic work and to reap the benefits of subjecting their research to a rigorous review process.Sociological Insight publishes an annual fully referred national undergraduate research in the social sciences. In order to accomplish this goal, we recruit reviewers from across the U.S. (undergraduate, graduate students and faculty) to review papers written and submitted by undergraduates around the U.S. and abroad.
Sociology in ActionOur purpose is to provide sociology majors and others interested in sociology with engaging activities and opportunities to meet like minded peers.We participate in a variety of social events, volunteer opportunities and educational discussions about topics of sociological relevance.
Soles 4 Souls at The University of Texas at AustinTo collect and donate shoes to children and adults around the world who are unable to obtain a single pair; To promote generosity through acts of kindness.Fundraising, awareness events, shoe drives.
Sori-Horn INACTIVETo perform and promote Korean traditional drum play.Playing and performing Samulnolri, Korean traditional drum play
Soup of the Day (Book Club)Book ClubOnce a month local group meet-ups. Once a week Online Discussions.
South Asian Business Students Association (SABSA)The South Asian Business Students Association will service as a foundation for educational and occupational opportunities within the business community, to allow for members to grow and develop a strong network that will allow for success within the UT system and their careers. To hold meetings on a regular basis, hold social events, provide a foundation for networking, provide academic advising, grow awareness of various types of information.
Spanish Oaks Futbol Club(SOFC) INACTIVETo bring together soccer players and anyone who is interested in playing in a safe and friendly environment in order to appreciate the beautiful game.Functions will include playing soccer and any other various events that the club decides to host or participate in.
spikeball at UT AustinTo have fun playing Spikeball. Also to promote a fun sport that not too many people know about.possible tournament with Texas A&M spikeball. Local University tournament with potential entry fee as a fundraiser.
Spirit and Traditions Council INACTIVEWhile serving to unify the various groups and organizations who share our cause, we support any new or established activity that fosters a spirited culture and strengthens the reverence for tradition at UT..
Spirit of ShakespeareEnrich students in the works of Shakespeare through performance and support the actors from the London Stage.On campus performances (Explore UT and others) and rehearsals.
Spirit's Holiness Overflows in Us and TexasThe official purpose is to worship God. This is a Korean Christian organization that worships God at UT campus. The organization will create an open space for its members to get to know, share, and worship God.In 2012 fall, we will meet every Thursday at JGB 2.216 at 6:00 pm to praise God. We pray, praise, and have fellowship with brothers/sisters in Christ to refill our spiritual holiness.
Spirituality and Work
Spitshine PoetryWe want to create a community of writers who use poetry to better themselves and others.We will hold weekly open mics and poetry slams, and compete at the College Union Poetry Slam Invitational (CUPSI). We will also hold written workshops and volunteer opportunities.
Sports, Entertainment and Media AssociationTo promote career interest in the business aspects of Sports, Entertainment and Media.Conferences, meetings, career panels, speakers, and socials involving sports, entertainment and media professionals.
Stand With PowersStand With Powers serves to advocate on behalf of President Powers and inform the student body of his immense contributions to campus. We strive to spread awareness of President Powers' accomplishments, dedication, and importance to UT. Stand With Powers will spread awareness through media channels (both social and traditional) and tabling. Events will be held if necessary.
StandOutWe as an organization seek to promote queer issues through issue advocacy, political activism, and organized visibility events. We are a sexually diverse group seeking gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning and ally members who wish to become more involved in issues related to and affecting the queer community.We will hold rallies, debates, forum discussions, etc. to bring queer issues to public attention. We also seek to promote voting in/by the queer community.
Start ATXStartATX was created to promote student entrepreneurship, and to keep track of all start-up activity in Texas.Host activities that promote student entrepreneurship, by providing students with the resources they need to start a new company. Are organization is open all majors (computer science, business, engineering, liberal arts, etc).
Startup MeetupWe are committed to providing the space and support necessary to encourage and incubate 'startups' or entrepreneurial ventures for UT system students, staff, or faculty. Specifically we hold 'meetups' where individuals can network and ideally form teams to help develop and launch their startups.We will host regular meetups where individual entrepreneurs and talented UT system participants can learn from experienced speakers or hosts, develop ideas collaboratively, and form teams.
STEEL Dance CompanySTEEL Dance Company's main goal is to offer an opportunity to those whom desire to perform all over Central Texas. The major activities include rehearsals and performing around the Austin area, as well as Dallas/Ft. Worth, Houston, and San Antonio. The members of STEEL Dance Company will also take part in events such as: Longhorn Halloween, Project Linking the Arts in the Fall, and Spring Show.
Stop The "R" WordThe purpose of Stop The "R" Word is to spread the message of the non-usage of the word "retard" in the wrong context.Handing out leaflets/pamphlets, Handing out stickers, Asking people to pledge to not say the R-word, Making public announcements/speeches for the R-Word cause
Street LawStreet Law sends law students into local schools to teach practical lessons about law, democracy, and human rights. We work with AISD schools to send law students into AISD classrooms to teach practical legal lessons throughout the school year.
Strings 'N ThingsTo spread the love of crafts and craft making among the UT community and foster a group within which to seek inspirationThe teaching of knitting, crocheting, sewing, cross-stitching, and other needlework in addition to the creation of corresponding projects.
Student Academy of Audiology chapter at The University of Texas at AustinTo introduce students to lifelong involvement in activities that promote and advance the profession of audiology, and provides services, information, education, representation and advocacy for the profession and the public we serve.Monthly member meetings, community service projects (especially those that involve audiology and/or hearing healthcare advocacy, awareness, and education), fundraisers (bake sales, T-shirts, etc.), involvement in National SAA events and conferences, and annual local white coat ceremony for graduating AuD students.
Student African American Brotherhood SAABTo promote brotherhood, leadership, and self empowerment among African American men.We intend to invite motivational and inspirational speakers, as well as forming a literary club.
Student Animal Legal Defense Fund at the University of Texas at Austin Law SchoolThe Student Animal Legal Defense Fund at the University of Texas at Austin Law School is dedicated to providing a forum for education, advocacy, and scholarship aimed at protecting the lives and advancing the interests of animals through the legal system, and raising the profile of the field of animal law.The activities of Student Animal Legal Defense Fund at the University of Texas at Austin Law School shall include, but not be limited to: hosting speakers, debates, and conferences on current issues in animal rights and animal welfare law; carrying out research projects for lawyers and organizations promoting animal welfare and animal rights litigation; networking with students at other law schools, colleges, universities, and high schools; conducting educational events such as information tables and video screenings on pertinent issues; and advocating on behalf of vegetarian/vegan students within our law school.
Student Association for Learning Technologies INACTIVEStudent Association for Learning Technologies (S.A.L.T) is a student organization that establish and maintain a network of graduate students interested in careers in learning technologies with the goal of sharing information and/or expertise about learning technologies research/projects, promoting interaction with professionals in the learning technology field and educating the group members about employment opportunities in this field.Host monthly brown bags, host an Instructional Technology showcase, provide social networking opportunities, host a booth at SXSW Interactive
Student Association of School Psychology (SASP)Provide resources to School Psychology students; promote the School Psychology field; provide volunteering opportunities for students; and professional development opportunities.1. Professional networking & student resources 2. Wellness component 3. Creation of volunteering opportunities related to field 4. Promotion of field through presentation to psychology departments 5. Coordinate brown bag speakers to discuss hot topics in fields
Student Association of the School of Information (SASI)SASI is the official council for the School of Information. We strive to promote a sense of community within the iSchool and foster the ideas of professionalism and leadership. SASI is the primary link between School of Information Students and the administration of the school and the university.SASI sponsors a number of iSchool events including the Austin Edible Book Festival, Tea with the Dean, as well as spontaneous student-initiated events. SASI also provides grants for iSchool students to attend professional conferences.
Student Bar AssociationThe student body of the law school is organized as a Student Bar Association, the membership of which includes all students in the school. The officers of the association are president, vice president secretary, treasurer, and Board of Governors. The organization co- ordinates the intellectual, cultural, social, and community service activities of the student body. Its goals are to unify the students and direct them toward worthy ends; to enhance cooperation and under- standing among students... (MORE IN FILE)Law Week, Ex-Parte, Casino Night, Law School Auction, Committee Appointments, Friday Fizz, Think n' Drink, Publicity for Student Organization Meetings and Events, Encourage Student Involvement in Law School Issues, Facilitate Student Interaction with the Faculty and the Administration, The Honor Code, Educate the Student Body about Local and National Bar Associations, Facilitate Bar Review Services, Interaction with UT Student Government and Other Campus Organizations and Programs... (MORE IN FILE) 727 E. Dean Keeton
Student Community of Asian NursesThe purpose of the Student Community of Asian Nurses is to provide representation of the Asian nursing community and to provide an environment that promotes learning, discovery, freedom, leadership, individual opportunity, and responsibility within the entire nursing and pre-nursing community.SCAN's major activities include mainly health-related volunteering, holding information sessions and socials, tutoring, and promoting health and the nursing profession through public relations activities.
Student Conduct Advisory Committee (SCAC)The SCAC provides the peer perspective on matters of student conduct and academic integrity at The University of Texas at Austin. The SCAC has a three-tiered purpose for supporting the University conduct system's principles: (a) ADVICE by providing input and feedback on issues relating to student conduct and academic integrity to the Office of the Dean of Students - Student Judicial Services; (b) ADVOCACY by providing educational outreach to University students, faculty, and staff; and (c) ADVANCEMENT by exploring new and innovative ways to increase student awareness of and involvement in the University's conduct system.While the SCAC will provide assistance with IntegrityUT Week, sponsored by the Senate of College Councils Academic Integrity Committee, the committee has no plans for regularly occurring major events. The committee is centered around students committed to encouraging moral development on campus and who have an interest in the University's conduct system.
Student Consulting InitiativeTo link UT students with struggling small businesses around Austin for two purposes: 1) help students find real-world business experience & 2) serve the community by buildng better businesses.The major activity will be a case competition spnsored by SCI every semester.
Student Consulting International Organization (SCIO) INACTIVETo become a training ground for student leaders who want to make a difference internationally.SCIO will be a student organization committed to create and implement economically sustainable business solutions in developing communities while providing students with an opportunity for personal and professional growth.
Student Cooperative Council-Texas ChapterTo promote cooperative and sustainable living in the new era of globalization. We strive to bring attention to alternative living arrangements and social organizations based on cooperation."SCC" encourages its members to proactively look for solutions to social problems through cooperative means involving cooperative living in the 21st century.
Student Council for Exceptional ChildrenTo participate in as many outreach/volunteering opportunities as possible, learn more about special education as a career, and work with other College of Education organizations on some larger projects.We hope to work with Special Olympics, Habitat for Humanity, and other organizations that may relate to children with special needs, as well as learning more about careers in special education. SZB 330
Student Endowed Centennial Lectureship (SECL)SECL is an endowed organization, supported by the $2 student contribution through registration. SECL hosts high-profile speakers and provides an opportunity for their speakers to interact with the university community.Lectures. Past speakers include Bill Nye, Michael Moore, Colin Powell, and Sandra Day O'Connor.
Student Engineering Council (SEC)The Student Engineering Council, or SEC, is an organization composed of engineering students whose purpose is to represent students of the Cockrell School of Engineering on campus and in the surrounding communities. As the umbrella student organization of the Cockrell School of Engineering all of our initiatives are aimed at involving the widest demographic of engineering students.As the Student Engineering Council our function is to unite engineering students and organizations on campus, serve as the voice of the students' within the Cockrell School of Engineering, provide resources to student initiatives that affect positive change and offer leadership experience to our members. In addition throughout the year outside of helping our member organizations, our own programming and events are designed to benefit all engineering student. Some of these events include: Engineering FallFest, Book Bazaar, Engineering Career EXPO, Engineering Alumni Tailgate, Engineering Family Weekend, Rivals Week, Finals Week Study Breaks, Engineers Week, Dr. Ramshorn Beauty Pageant, Engineering Days at the Museum, Electronic Recycling Drive, Faculty Appreciation Week, Corporate Chili Cook-Off, Engineering Research and Poster Exhibition, Lunch n' Learns, Cheap Lunch, Engineering End of the Year Banquet, Vector (Cockrell School of Engineering Student Magazine) and First-Year Engineering Committee.
Student Engineers Educating Kids (SEEK)We strive to promote awareness of the engineering field to community youth through tutoring and mentoring while allowing engineering students to pursue philanthropic endeavors and learn more about their future careers.Engineering students of all disciplines can earn 2 hours of class credit by becoming a mentor with Student Engineers Educating Kids (SEEK). As both an organization and a class, SEEK members enrich their engineering education with service learning and use an engineering design-based approach to create fun and informative projects aimed to foster an interest in STEM in at-risk and low income communities throughout Austin.
Student Entrepreneurship OpportunitiesTo provide a launch point for students entrepreneurship by offering networking opportunities to get connected with the entrepreneurial community and culture, and hosting events focused on execution of new venture ideas.-Establish student founded startups -Organize 3 Day Startup ( and related events -Collaborate with other entrepreneurship groups on campus. -Offer networking opportunities to student entrepreneurs.
Student Events Center Orange & White Ball Committee INACTIVEThe Orange & White Ball organization produces an annual event to honor and unite students, and to create lasting memories while improving student life at the university. The ball celebrates the success of the university's graduating seniors in a unified campus formal.Orange & White Ball
Student Events Center Texas Revue Committee INACTIVEThe Texas Revue organization produces the largest student talent show of the year. This annual tradition showcases a variety of acts including, dancing, music and skits by registered student organizations and individual performers for the university community to enjoy.Texas Revue
Student Events Center Tournaments and Games Committee INACTIVETournaments and Games Committee produces programming designed to get students engaged with their peers. They facilitate a variety of entertaining events and trivia/sports-related tournaments, while having fun and encouraging the community to meet one another.Trivia Nights (popular themes), Texas Torment (Haunted House), laser tag, blacktop mini-games, dodgeball.
Student Fashion CooperativeTo create and sustain a community of student designers, photographers, and stylists who will work together to gain experience in their respective career fields.Members will use their skills and talents to help each other build their portfolios in a semester-long, print campaign project.
Student GovernmentTo be the official student government of The University of Texas at Austin.As the official student government, we will be a voice for students' interests both on and off campus. SAC 2.102 A6210
Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC)To advise the student health center's administrators in issues of particular concern to the students.Aid in promotion of the student health center creation and maintenance of suggestions and complaints. Possible health related forums.
Student Historic Preservation AssociationThe SHPA is dedicated to the advancement of preservation field & related areas of study through activities that include volunteering, advocacy, community outreach, extracurricular scholarship, & interdisciplinary collaboration.Historic Preservation, Architecture, History, Art, Planning, Sustainability.
Student Leaders Pursuing LawAims to increase the awareness of the importance of diversity in the legal profession while maintaining a useful network of contacts' within the profession to provide guidance and advice to aspiring undergraduate minority law students.Accomplishes its mission through hosting regular programs, service- based learning events and programs collaboration with the senior chapter at UT Law School. Our organization welcomes all undergraduate students with progressive interest in improving diversity in all branches of government.
Student Longhorn Education ReviewThe Student Longhorn Education Review publishes works by graduate students, professors, and practitioners focusing on education policy and related issues, with non-exclusive preference given to works that focus on issues in or affecting the State of Texas.Publication.
Student Media Guild INACTIVETo create an open forum for student media organizations to exchange ideas, network, and improve each group's work. We welcome all students with an interest in media at The University of Texas at Austin.-Weekly Meetings -Roundtable Discussions about media & journalism -Presentations from media professionals -Social Events
Student Mobilization (StuMo)Student Mobilization is a Christian organization that seeks to help college students develop in their leadership and spiritual lives.Our major Activities include studies over leadership and spiritually as well as periodic community builders and social gatherings.
Student National Pharmaceutical AssociationThe Student National Pharmaceutical Association is an education and service association of pharmacy students and high school affiliate members, concerned about pharmacy and other health professions. The purpose of SNPhA is to plan, organize, coordinate, and execute programs geared toward improvement of the health, social, and educational environment of the community; while providing opportunities for professional development.Monthly meetings, Pre-pharmacy mixer, Mock PCAT, HIV/AIDS Awareness, High School Mentoring, Hypertension Screenings and much more! For more information visit our website or email an officer.
Student Organ Donation Awareness Council INACTIVETo educate students on the importance of organ donation and raise awareness of transplantation.Bi-monthly to develop fundraisers for Donate Life Texas, speaker series, registration table on campus for students to register to be organ donors, Organ Donation Awareness Month events, etc.
Student Organization for Fogel and Shingo INACTIVECouches and changes: a student lobbying organization that sits and listens to the people via sofas and nuggets. Couching 11:00-2:00 every Friday cause we think sitting is better than standing. If you have some ideas then #thisonesforyou, and remember #voteconstantly
Student Pharmacist Recovery NetworkTo focus pharmacy student activities in the College on educating others about drug problems(overuse, misuse, and addiction); to provide a safety net organization that can provide information and referral to help students who are having problems with mental and drug issues; to enhance inter-professional collaboration in these areas among health professional students at the university; and to advocate for curricular changes that will increase pharmacy students' knowledge about how to handle drug problems in patients.Major activities will include educational projects for pharmacy students (and in many cases, other health professional students such as nursing and social work) about the causes and treatment of substance use and mental disorders; and about ways in which students and patients with such problems can receive help.
Student Political Enthusiasts (SPE)To promote civic engagement at all levelsSpeaker circuiting, possible panels, tabling, and general events to promote civic engagement at all levels
Student Veterans AssociationTo access, promote, and represent the interests of students with prior or current military association within the University of Texas at Austin community.a) to ensure needs of incoming student veterans b) to serve as a clearinghouse for individuals c) to represent the interests' of the student d) to act as a conduit to local government and non-governmental services for students e) to educate and foster community growth f) to facilitate positive relationships between and among veterans and other student organizations
Student Web-Based Entrepreneurs INACTIVETo help foster web-based entrepreneurship among interested UT students. In other words we will be a meeting place for students w/ certain skill sets looking to start businesses w/ students who have other necessary skills for the business idea.Helping members spread word about a business they would like to start and/or find students who would be interested in helping them start said business.
Students Against Cruelty to Animals (SACA)Students Against Cruelty to Animals (SACA) is a student-run animal rights organization at the University of Texas at Austin. SACA educates the University community of the consequences of using animals for food, clothing, entertainment and experimentation. We work through public educaton, research, special events, direct action and grassroots organizing. Through our efforts we aim to defend the rights of non-human animals by asserting the rights and power of students.Students Against Cruelty to Animals seeks to educate students and the public through outreach events such as distributing leaflets, showing documentaries, and encouraging individuals to actively investigate both ways in which the human lifestyle causes suffering to animals as well as the value of all animals as sentient beings rather than as objects or commodities.
Students Against Drunk Driving INACTIVETo promote the students to stand up against drunk driving. To raise awareness of the negative effects of drinking and driving. To give student alternate modes of transportation.West campus rallies to promote awareness candle light vigil to honor victims.
Students Against SweatshopsTo spread awareness on sweatshop conditions around the world and empower student in solidarity with workers and take action in fighting for better working conditions.We work to promote more ethical production of UT clothing.
Students And Significant Others (SAS) INACTIVEFoster relationships among married students and their families to enhance the educational experience while attending the Graduate School of Business.Activities will include social events where married students, their spouses, and families can come together to form lasting and bene- ficial relationships.
Students Eating Together (SET) INACTIVETo create meaningful, lasting friendships through having students eat together with new people, and through raising money for hungry children.Our three main activities are: 1. Coordinate ways for students to eat together easily 2. Hold 3 fundraisers per semester benefitting hungry children 3. Have a potluck party at the end of every semester
Students for a Secure CampusTo advocate and to inform as it pertains to lawful concealed carry on campus.SSC wil conduct informational meetings, interact with Texas legislators, and engage in political activism.
Students for a Sensible Drug Policy-TexasMembers of SSDP are concerned about the negative affects of drug abuse in our communities, but believe that the National War on Drugs is not only ineffective, but also harmful to the citizens it means to protect. The mission of SSDP is to foster discussion about how we as students and citizens can work together to effect positive change in local, regional, and national drug policies.Discussion of drug policies, encouraging active participation as voting citizens
Students for Campus CarryStudents for Campus Carry is a national, non partisan, grassroots organization composed of more than 43,000 college students, professors, college employees, parents of college students, and concerned citizens who believe that holders of state-issued concealed handgun licenses should be allowed the same measure of personal protection on college campuses that current laws afford them virtually everywhere else. SCC has members in all fifty states and the District of Columbia.Some ideas are to hold educational seminars, invite Congressmen to speak on campus, obtain formal recognition as a campus organization, take fellow students and faculty to a day at the range, circulate petitions, hold meetings, hand out flyers, post flyers in campus building & dorms, invite the local media to large events, host formal debates, organize a campus chapter visit to the state assembly to petition your elected officials in person, write opinion pieces for the campus & local newspapers, participate in talk radio, etc.
Students for Clean WaterStudents for Clean Water is a student organization at the University of Texas at Austin dedicated to ending the world's water crisis by raising funds and awareness about the issue.We use a variety of channels to tell the stories of people who need clean water and adequate sanitation and we work to gather the funds necessary to meet that need.
Students for College ReadinessTo prepare student for basic college entrance exams who may not have the means to do soFree tutoring of students in college entrance exams such as the SAT or ACT. Bi-Monthly Meetings on every other Tuesday.
Students for Education and Community AdvancementTo engage in mentorship, tutoring, and community service activities that promote higher education and the overall welfare of local high school students.Host panels and forums, completing community service projects, and striving for scholarships for students in their pursuit of higher education.
Students for Education Reform-TexasThe mission of SFER-Texas is to educate club members and other University of Texas Students about issues in education reform while getting involved in local schools and the Austin community. More specifically, we work together to create undergraduates that understand the issues, create a UT community that is aware of the education reform movement, and create members that are engaged in the field of education to help Austin area students.-Understanding: SFER-Texas is constantly working to gain knowledge of all the opinons in the education reform debate. Each week, we discuss new topics and debates during our regular meetings. -Awareness: Our members work to bring education reform issues to the forefront through discussion series, speaker series, movie screenings, and other events. -Engagement: Getting involved in the community is an important part of the SFER-Texas mission. We strive to make sure that all of our members have a chance to take internship and volunteer positions in the education field so that they can learn firsthand about the education system as they work to make a difference.
Students for Equity and Diversity AgencySED was established with the sole purpose of designing and implementing diversity education programs for all students. We seek to promote awareness and appreciation of self and others through interactive exercises, discussions, video presentations, and peer facilitation.Our major activities are our welcome event Steps for Success and Desserts for Leaders in the fall. Along with the Multicultural Leadership Institute in the fall and our Women's forums throughout the year.
Students for Human Rights in SyriaTo raise awareness of the human rights abuses committed in Syria, spread peace, and organize relief efforts. Major activities include awareness campaigns, distinguished speaker events, documentary screenings, and food and clothing drives.
Students for Modern Warriors INACTIVETo facilitate projects that increase awareness about issues facing veterans, encourage the community to show appreciation for military service, and to personally reach out to the families of fallen soldiers.Urging administration to build a new memorial statue for UT veterans, sending care packages to troops overseas each month, and overall bringing civilian and veteran students together.
Students for RecoveryAddiction is a deadly disease, but there is hope in recovery… We're here to help put the fun in it!We hold events to help reduce the stigma around people in recovery and serve our community!
Students for Richard JungThe purpose of the student organization is promote and inform students about Richard Jung for County Commissioner Precinct 2Major activities would be block walking, canvassing, and rallies to promote Richard Jung.
Students for Rico ReyesTo raise awareness of the issues facing House District 50 and to promote democratic candidate Rico Reyes.Getting to know the candidate, training for political organizing, and advocating for Rico Reyes
Students for Texas AthleticsTexas Athletics Council aims to increase student attendance as well as the atmosphere at all UT sporting events. Basically, Texas Athletics Council will organize events, traditions, and spirit through sports marketing.Overall, we will be marketing Texas Athletic's events through grassroot initiatives. These activities will include the med nights, tailgates, new traditions, and social gatherings.
Students for the GSCTo serve as a group for students interested in supporting the GSC (Gender and Sexuality Center)Help planning GSC events, help staffing and volunteers with GSC events.
Students for the Margaret C. Berry Student Activity Center INACTIVETo advocate for the naming of the Student Activity Center after Dr. Margaret C. Berry.Working with the students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends of the university to realize our vision of seeing the Student Activity Center named in honor of Dr. Margaret Berry.
Students for WemaTo raise funds and awareness of Wema Children's Centre in the rural village of Bukembe, Kenya. To promote education and healthcare initiatives benefiting children of both Bukembe and Texas. To organize student trips each winter break to teach and volunteer at the orphanage.We will be learning about life in rural Kenya and the hardships faced by it's citizens, fundraising to enhance Wema's technology program and build a bakery for the older girls to learn job skills at, and raising funds for possible trips in the future to volunteer as teachers.
Students for Wendy DavisTo build grassroots support on campus to teach students grassroots organizing skills, and provide internship communities.We will be hosting voter registration drives, events to recruit members for org, block walks, and more!
Students Guiding StudentsThe official purpose of "Students Guiding Students" is to connect high school students with mentors who are currently attending UT Austin. These connections will be based on both major and hometown location. We aim to guide these high school students by informing them of resources that may not be common knowledge. This knowledge that they gather will aid the students in making more informative decisions whether it be about opportunities available for them as high school students, decisions about their potential major, or decisions about college life in general. Our hope is that these high school students do not only get all of their questions about UT, or college life in general, answered; but also that these high school students will begin to grow roots within the UT community before even setting foot on campus. We, as university students, are confident in the decisions that we made. We were once in their position, and since then, we've developed both as Longhorns and future professionals. We understand Foucault's theory that "knowledge is power," and we want to empower our younger generation by providing them with the knowledge to be confident in their own decisions. In essence, the interested high school student will fill out a questionnaire (google form) with basic information. (i.e. what high school they attend, what future major they intend to apply to). From here we will pair the high school student with a university student who will be able to answer all of their questions to completion.
Students Helping the Homeless INACTIVETo raise money and resources to donate to ARCH (Austin Resource Center for the Homeless) in order to reduce the homeless population in Austin.Volunteering at ARCH, organizing can drives, organizing raffles to generate money.
Students in Medical Laboratory Science (SMLS)To increase awareness about CLS/MT as a profession. To promote the ideas of scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship. - to provide students the opportunity to realize their academic and leadership potentials, to provide opportunities to participate in community service and fellowship activities in and out of the University. To provide a comfortable environment for students in different disciplines to network and participate within a purposeful organization. To help students in transition.Lecturers/Guest Speakers. Community Service Activities. University-sanctioned events. Fellowship/Social Activities Fundraising Events.
Students in Partnership with Ghanaian DevelopmentTo support sustanable development in Ghana through the collaboration of UT and Ghanaian students who conceptualize and implement community projects each summer.Students will travel to Ghana as a part of the Maymester and engage in varying social development services.
Students of East AfricaOur Mission is to acquaint students and faculty of the two perspective countries and to congregate ourselves so that we may help each other a s well as help our communities home and abroad.To act as a tool and means of execution of service projects to improve our local communities and native countries. To create opportunities for students to interact and socialize with student from Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia, and other east African countries. To connect SEE with other communities and organizations with similar aspirations. To welcome incoming students of Eritrean and Ethiopian background to adapt more easily to the college community.
Students of the World (SOW)Students of the World (SOW) is a student-initiated organization that is dedicated to empowering college students to create digital media that shines a light on the progress happening in our community and around the globe. SOW believes that true appreciation of issues, causes, and global cultures is achieved through hands-on-participation in activities which directly reveal and affect global cultures.A group of students travels to a foreign country and are hosted by local families. The students document their experience in order to present their new found knowledge to the community when they return.
Students Team Up to Fight Hunger - STUFH Longhorn Chapter INACTIVETo join the fight against hunger, raise food for the needy in the local community, and increase hunger awareness on campus.Organizing food drives on campus and around the community and volunteering at the local food bank.
StufSA: Students For Study Abroad INACTIVEWe promote international exploration by bringing together those who have studied or lived abroad and those interested in doing so.We will table, host events, and participate as an organization at major university functions. You can usually find us on the second floor of Wooldridge Hall (WOH) next to the front desk.
Subiendo Longhorn ChapterTo create a network of UT students who participate in Subiendo: The Academy for Rising Leaders. These individuals will 1) mentor rising high school seniors who attend Subiendo, 2) volunteer in service projects, 3) represent Subiendo to members of the community, high school counselors/administrators and students.Subiendo Longhorns will attend the leadership academy and return as a team leader, participate in outreach to local communities around the state encouraging students to apply for the program and recruit other UT students to apply as team leaders for the summer program, attend networking events, and participate in service projects.
Supply Chain Management Student OrganizationTo promote the supply chain management major and to inform students about the career opportunities in the field.Social events and guests speakers from corporations.
SynapseOur goal is provide an informal space for students to cultivate, explore, and refine their interests in the broad field of neuroscience. We try to foster a positive, relaxed environment where students can hone their critical thinking and public speaking skills. Fundamentally, we seek to provide a sense of community by serving as a home on campus for undergraduates curious and/or passionate about neuroscience.During our regular meetings, we host peer-led discussions and informal talks by campus researchers. We also host the Undergraduate Neuroscience Journal Club, where we (learn to) read, present, and discuss scientific papers. On the side, we help fellow students get into research labs. Some of the other things we have done in the recent past include: book club, lab tours, faculty meet-and-greet, movie nights, flavor-tripping, and outreach/service. In the spring, we host "NeurOlympics," a team trivia competition for neuro-nerd fame and glory.

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