Meeting Frequency: Ususally once per month
Cost to Join: Because Tri Beta is a National Honor Society, there are some requirements to becoming a “regular” lifetime member, but all undergraduate students interested in life sciences are welcome to join as “associate” members.
Meeting Frequency: Tuesdays at 7:00 pm (every other week)
Meeting Location: Zoom (virtual)
Cost to Join: $5 per member. The fee goes toward the NKU organization, and any money left over goes toward club fees, like gas for trips, etc..
We work to raise awareness about environmental issues on campus and in the community through a wide range of events. Educational and volunteer events can include:
Meeting Frequency: Wednesdays at 4:00 pm (every other week)
Cost to Join: FREE
Meeting Frequency: Tuesdays (every other week)
Cost to Join: $10
Full student members:
Associate members may participate in all activities until they reach full membership status.
Meeting Frequency: It is anticipated that Nu Rho Psi will have monthly meetings as well as regular activities throughout the academic year.
Cost to Join: A one-time $50 fee covers both national dues ($40) and local chapter dues ($10).
To promote education and awareness of SCUBA diving and aquatic recreation among the NKU community. The SCUBA Club focuses on all recreational underwater activities, including, but not limited to:
The SCUBA Club welcomes students from any major at NKU. Consider joining if any of the following applies to you:
Meeting Frequency: Usually once per month
Cost to Join: There could be a small one-time fee of up to $10. The fee goes toward pizza/drinks for meetings, and funding for field trips. Field trips costs are an additional cost for each student.
The society is open to chemistry and biochemistry majors who have a:
The American Chemical Society provides valuable information about careers in chemistry, graduate school opportunities, summer employment and more. Students can attend local, regional and national meetings of the ACS where they learn from prominent chemists and make contacts with potential employers. Members also receive publications specifically addressing the needs of the chemistry student.
SAACS also hosts community outreach events and social events such as:
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Seth Adjei
Additional Resources: Data Science Club Registered Student Organization page
Members of NKCyber will take part in various competitions, including:
NKU Wii's mission is to diversify STEM fields and prepare women for entering a STEM profession. This organization strives to promote growth, support, and opportunity for women in the three departments of the College of Informatics:
Meeting Frequency: Bi-weekly to monthly, depending on when people are available.
Cost to Join: FREE
The Geology Club is all about making friends, relaxing together, sharing experiences and stories, participating in outdoor activities, and learning more about Earth sciences. The Geology department is small, so students help and mentor one other, and club member are like family.
This club focuses on schoolwork, going out in the field, and preparing for a career and grad school.
Club members have opportunities to participate in camping, field trips, rock climbing, movie nights, and meeting speakers from the different areas of industry and academia. Some examples of the types of field trips this organization takes are:
The purpose of the Physics and Astronomy Club (PAC) shall be to promote:
The PAC hosts events like:
Being a WIPE member creates a platform for female students in engineering and physics to:
P.I.C.K. STEM stands for Promoting an Inclusive Community with Kindreds in STEM. Their mission is to encourage and equip individuals within the NKU STEM community with the tools they deem necessary to enhance their careers at and after NKU.
P.I.C.K. STEM is an organization that is dedicated to the recruitment and retention of underrepresented groups in the STEM fields. Allies are also welcome.
The group rotates between activities that are centered on a student’s academic journey, career path, social STEM life, and shaping the club.
Meeting Frequency: There are [mostly] weekly meetings that rotate through the above-mentioned topics (academic, career, social, and general body).
Cost to Join: FREE