Joining an academic student club is a great way to make friends and learn more about your field of study. In the Geosciences we have two clubs to choose from, the Geosciences Club, and the Geography Honors Society Club, Gamma Theta Upsilon (GTU).
The Geosciences Club is a Student Chapter of AIPG (American Institute of Professional Geologists) and a Student Chapter of AEG (Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists). Both professional organizations send speakers each year to give talks to our students.
For more information about the Geosciences Club, please search for West Georgia Geosciences Club on facebook, or contact the Club Advisor, Randa Harris, at email@example.com
Gamma Theta Upsilon
GTU is an International Geographic Honors Society (http://www.gammathetaupsilon.org/). Our Epsilon chapter at West Georgia is dedicated to geographic education the environment, and public outreach. We have two service projects each year: Geography Awareness Week, organized by National Geographic, and Rake the Lake. Geography Awareness Week takes place every November brings college students into local elementary schools to get children excited about Geography. Rake the Lake takes place every April at Lake Carroll and along the Green Belt. For more information, contact club advisor Dr. Georgina DeWeese,firstname.lastname@example.org.