Meet new people, find a new hobby, and be a part of something on campus. Northeastern is home to almost 400 student organizations including everything from the arts to sports to student government. Here is just an example of the science and math based clubs on campus – take a minute to browse and find your people:
12 Organizations Found.
All Categories Behavioral Neuroscience Biochemistry Bioinformatics Biology Biotechnology Chemistry Linguistics Marine & Environmental Science Mathematics Physics PreMed & PreHealth Psychology
Botanical Society of Northeastern
Botanical Society of NU offers students of all backgrounds with any knowledge level to join a group of like-minded students with a passion for plants. We hold weekly meetings that include topics such as social events, guest speakers, volunteer, and more! Advised by assistant teaching professor of Marine and Environmental Sciences, Stephanie Eby. Instagram: @nubotanical Email: [email protected]
COS Student Diversity Advisory Council
COSSDAC aims to provide support for underrepresented students in the sciences. It helps members academically, professionally, and provides postgraduate resources and a sense of community. They bring the resources that exist directly to members, such as mentorship programs and inviting different offices to meetings to speak about opportunities and resources. COSSDAC believes in giving back to the community by having science enrichment programs to get high school students into science and learn about the disparities that exist in our communities. COSSDAC on Instagram.
Alliance for Diversity in Science and Engineering
|ADSE (Alliance for Diversity in Science and Engineering) focuses on increasing the participation of underrepresented groups in academia, industry, and government. ADSE supports, organizes, and oversees local, graduate student-run organizations that reach out to students and scientists of all ages and backgrounds.|
The Women’s Interdisciplinary Society of Entrepreneurship (WISE) is a student-led group at Northeastern University dedicated to helping women develop an innovative mindset through interactive workshops, a thought-incubator, and mentorship pairings.
The BioChemistry Club provides tutoring and mentoring channels, engages guest speakers, and coordinates trips to locations that enhance the student’s educational experiences.
For Biology and Biochemistry majors and interested non-majors, the Biology Club offers the opportunity for outings (mountain climbs, overnight camping, nature hikes, and canoe trips), movies, guest lectures, and other diverse activities which are defined by the interested students.
Northeastern University Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society
"Our purpose is to cultivate a close community where students who love chemistry can commune," says chemistry major Caroline Consoli. Here she shares her experience being a part of the Northeastern University Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society.