The College of Sciences Student Ambassadors Program gives outstanding students the chance to engage with the College and promote a vibrant campus culture. Ambassadors are chosen through a highly selective membership process.
- Staff the Wolfpack Welcome Week event
- Interact with alumni, students, and family at Sciences Visitation Days
- Provide tours to prospective students and families
- Communicate with admitted students through phone calls and emails
- Represent Sciences students at events for alumni and special guests
- Share experiences on student panels
Annual Participation Requirements
- Training Session
- Wolfpack Welcome Week event
- University Open House
- 6 volunteer hours per semester
Assistant Dean for Diversity and Student Services
Director of Development, Alumni and Donor Relations
The Sciences Council is the College’s student leadership organization. The group represents students studying in the science disciplines at NC State.
Actuarial Club hosts local actuaries, organizes study materials and tutoring for actuarial exams, discusses current industry trends and events and shares information on actuarial job and internship postings.
Alpha Chi Sigma
This national co-ed professional chemistry fraternity helps members build lasting friendships, promotes science to the public and offers a network of resources for chemists and other scientists.
American Meteorological Society – Student Chapter (AMS)
This group is the campus home for AMS, which develops and disseminates information on the atmospheric, oceanic and hydrologic sciences.
Association for Women in Mathematics Student Chapter (AWM)
This student chapter promotes equal opportunity and the equal treatment of women in the mathematical sciences and encourages students to seek careers in those fields.
This club provides resources to members who want to observe celestial objects and encourages a strong appreciation for astronomy and the sciences in general.
Members of this club work to increase awareness in biology and encourage fellowship among students and faculty in the life sciences.
Broadcast Meteorology Club
This group of meteorology students provides forecasts and severe weather updates for the campus community.
This club stimulates interest in genetics, promotes career opportunities, helps campus geneticists establish relationships and performs service projects.
This club works to increase knowledge of the geological sciences and helps its members advance their careers.
Members of this club are amateur herpetologists involved in research, fellowship and education.
MEAS-Graduate Student Association
This graduate student association disseminates information of interest to members and provides a forum for discussion of matters of importance to the students in the marine, earth and atmospheric sciences.
This club presenting programs at local schools to raise microbiology awareness and visits local businesses that use microbiology to create their products.
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Student Chapter (SIAM)
This student chapter provides a forum in which students can pursue math research focused on applications in science and industry.
Society for Undergraduate Mathematics (SUM)
This club works to establish a strong network of connections among undergraduate mathematics students.
The Society of Multicultural Scientists (SMS)
This group works to increase the retention and graduation rate of students of minority descent in the College.
Society of Physics Students (SPS)
This group encourages and assists students toward successfully completing a degree in physics through academic, social and community service events.
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This club advocates for animals, promotes the study of animals and their environments, and provides career information to students interested in pursuing zoology degrees.