Soil, Environmental and Atmospheric Sciences Organizations

Want to have fun and develop your leadership skills and professional contacts at the same time? Then join one or more of the Schools’s student clubs and organizations.

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  • Environmental Science Club is open to all environmental science students who are interested in learning more about important local , national and international environmental issues and careers in environmental science. The Club organizes informational events, encourages networking and career development, and is actively involved in projects to clean up the environment and raise awareness of environmental issues.

  • Meteorology Club serves as a meeting place for atmospheric sciences students where they can learn and socialize outside the classroom. Anyone with an interest in meteorology can join the club. The club has speakers at monthly meetings who discuss all aspects of meteorology including broadcasting, forecasting and research. In addition, members raise money for the club by working at concession stands at games, and producing and selling a weather calendar. They also go on various field trips, attend conferences, and have a variety of social activities.

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  • TornadoMizzou Storm Chase Team provides its members with a chance to add a real-world dimension to their classroom experience by observing and tracking severe weather, including tornadic activity, in the field as it occurs. Participation on the team is open only to students in the Atmospheric Science program.
  • Soil and Water Conservation Society members have opportunities to interact and develop contacts with soil science professionals, to discuss current topics in the field, and to learn more about possible career options. Members also can join the Soil Judging Team, which participates in regional and national competitions sponsored by the Soil Science Society of America.

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