Student Councils, Clubs, & Groups
College of Science and Math
|President: Kayley Krystkowiakemail@example.com|
|Advisor: Dean Wendtfirstname.lastname@example.org||805-756-2226|
CSM Student Council
The College of Science and Mathematics Council provides a line of communication between students and student organizations in the college and its faculty.
|President: Jenna Landyemail@example.com||831-588-6073|
|Advisor: Dean Wendtfirstname.lastname@example.org||805-756-2226|
Biological Sciences Department
Cal Poly's AMSA is a pre-medical club focused on getting students involved in every aspect of healthcare. We act as a source of information, opportunities, and experiences to help students find their place and thrive in the field of medicine.
|President: Aaron Dueckemail@example.com||707-494-2385|
|Advisor: Emily Taylorfirstname.lastname@example.org||805-756-2616|
American Medical Women's Association
An organization that brings women together who wish to pursue a career in the health-care industry.
|President: Kyra Laubachemail@example.com||949-395-5492|
|Advisor: Kristi Weddigefirstname.lastname@example.org||805-756-2192|
Our purpose of this organization is to provide a source of information to educate and prepare students about the field of dentistry and various aspects of the dental profession.
|President: Ariana Faronemail@example.com||650-450-6464|
|Advisor: Candace Winsteadfirstname.lastname@example.org||805-756-2899|
Public Health Club
The Public Health Club is sponsored by the Department of Kinesiology and Public Health. The overarching goal of the Public Health Club is to bring students, staff and faculty with an interest in public health, healthy lifestyles, or community health together.
|President: Rebeca Almeidaemail@example.com||650-701-5971|
|Advisor: Julia Alberfirstname.lastname@example.org||650-701-5971|
We are a student chapter of the international professional network: The Wildlife Society. We provide our club members with opportunities to network, develop professional skills and also mingle with peers and like-minded students during recreational events.
|President: Marianne Rogersemail@example.com||650-867-5523|
|Advisor: John Perrine||Jperrine@calpoly.edu||805-756-2368|
To provide framework for the promotion of science education, research, and networking for undergraduate students interested in biochemistry and molecular biology. To assist members professionally and academically through exposure to research and career opportunities, graduate programs, and research.
|President: Jennifer Peoplesfirstname.lastname@example.org||925-336-7741|
|Advisor: Sandra Clementemail@example.com||805-756-2154|
Introducing and providing networking opportunities to students interested in the Biotechnology Field.
|President: Makenna Clarkfirstname.lastname@example.org||805-290-0771|
|Advisor: Marie Yeungemail@example.com||805-756-5199|
The Marine Sciences Club aims to unite people across all disciplines who have a passion for all fields of marine sciences.
|President: Nate Deveyfirstname.lastname@example.org||510-207-6763|
|Advisor: Crow Whiteemail@example.com||805-756-2954|
Chemistry and Biochemistry Department
Alpha Chi Sigma brothers are passionate about the chemical sciences, but we are of all majors. As a group we are extremely involved within the College of Math and Science at Cal Poly: Many of our members are undergraduate researchers, study session or workshop leaders, and tutors.
|President: Natalie Lordfirstname.lastname@example.org||949-842-8798|
|Advisor: Philip Costanzoemail@example.com||805-756-2692|
The American Chemical Society is a place for students who love chemistry to come together and to connect with the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department along with the general SLO community. The club aims to provide members with support and resources to become successful chemists in the modern world.
|President: Emily Wearingfirstname.lastname@example.org||415-299-9015|
|Advisor: David Zigleremail@example.com||805-756-2661|
We aim to connect students who are interested in learning more about the field of pharmacology, creating a social network of students who can support each other to reach their goals. It is a way to get involved on campus, to give back to our community, and gain hands-on experience in a pharmacy.
|President: Spencer Hayashifirstname.lastname@example.org||503-914-8423|
|Advisor: Hasan Palandokenemail@example.com||805-756-1591|
|Presidents: Jordyn Brauer & Erin Rileyfirstname.lastname@example.org||925-667-6734|
|Advisor: Cory Greeveremail@example.com|
The Kinesiology Club is run by the Kinesiology and Public Health Student Council. The goal of the Kinesiology Club it to connect and include all Kinesiology and Public Health students and faculty. The Kinesiology Club works to provide students and faculty with both fun and information events.
|President: Kristiana Woodfirstname.lastname@example.org||619-240-4387|
|Advisor: Kris Jankovitzemail@example.com||805-756-2534|
Math Club brings people together for social events throughout the year, as well as great opportunities to get involved in the math department. We're open to math majors, math minors, and anyone else interested in having fun!
|President: Chase Peakfirstname.lastname@example.org||408-858-3230|
|Advisor: Jonathan Shapiroemail@example.com||805-756-1675|
CPAS hosts a fun environment to learn about the wonders of our universe.
|President: Tatiana Gibsonfirstname.lastname@example.org||669-224-5687|
|Advisor: David Mitchellemail@example.com||805-756-5290|
Sigma Pi Sigma (Physics Honor Society)
Sigma Pi Sigma serves to promote professionalism for all physics majors through resume reviews and research showcase events. We serve to honor high achieving physics students and support them in their cause of advancing science
|President: Ryan Laufirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Advisor: Thomas Gutierrezemail@example.com||805-756-2455|
Society of Physics Students (SPS) at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo is the local chapter of SPS National. The organization is dedicated to the professional and social experiences and success of the physics student body.
|President: Hannah Simonsfirstname.lastname@example.org||541-399-0411|
|Advisor: Thomas Gutierrezemail@example.com||805-756-2466|
The Women in Physics club at Cal Poly, SLO is a group dedicated to women entering the field of physics. As a club, we are here to provide a network and sense of community for young women at the university as well as participate in networking, outreach, and social club events.
|President: Madeline Larkinfirstname.lastname@example.org||908-304-3665|
|Advisor: Katharina Gillenemail@example.com||805-756-2199|
We are Cal Poly's student connection to the growing field of data science through supplementary education, competition, and corporate outreach.
|President: Tobias Ivenfirstname.lastname@example.org||818-268-4153|
|Advisor: Hunter Glanzemail@example.com||805-756-2792|
A social club for stat enthusiasts to talk about stats, get to know internship opportunities, and get to know each other.
|President: Regina Lisinkerfirstname.lastname@example.org||650-2814286|
|Advisor: Jeffrey Sklaremail@example.com||805-756-6353|
Beta Beta Beta
|President: Leah Van Otterloofirstname.lastname@example.org||714-504-9489|
|Advisor: Alejandra Yepemail@example.com||805-756-5355|
Plant Science Club
|President: Molly Vanderlipfirstname.lastname@example.org||650-793-1326|
|Advisor: Matt Ritteremail@example.com||805-756-2775|
Liberal Studies Department
Student California Teacher's Association
|President: Kylie Frostfirstname.lastname@example.org||916-718-9094|
|Advisor: Lola Berber-Jimenezemail@example.com||805-756-0292|
Association for Women in Mathematics
|President: Markelle Kellyfirstname.lastname@example.org||253-205-5072|
|Advisor: Linda Pattonemail@example.com||805-756-1680|
Physical Therapy & Occupational Therapy
|President: Giovanni Carmassifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Advisor: Robert Clarkemail@example.com||805-756-0285|
Nursing / PA Club
|President: Brittney Contrerasfirstname.lastname@example.org||832-334-6802|
|Advisor: Camille O'Bryantemail@example.com||805-756-1787|