Opportunities and Student Involvement
ASI Senator of Sustainability
This year's Senator for Sustainability is Jason Vang. Jason is a biology major with a minor in chemistry. He plans to pursue a career as a general/pediatric dentist. As an instructional student assistant in CSM, he has had the opportunity to work with faculty to help guide incoming students as part of their first year experience in college. Jason joined ASI in hopes to advocate for fellow Bulldogs and to encourage students to be more engaged on our campus. In addition to student involvement, he also plans to advocate for and continue the recent sustainability movement our campus has made. He plans to put in his best efforts to help improve the university and give back to his community.
Clubs and Organizations
The goal of the Fresno State Sustainability Club is to educate students and faculty about the impact humans have on the environment and how they may begin to live a more sustainable lifestyle. We wish to create a culture of sustainability on our campus by creating pathways and spreading information about our campus's carbon footprint. The Sustainability Club holds bimonthly meetings, puts on a Green Bag lunch sessions to give information about current sustainability issues, offer and participate in various volunteering opportunities and participate in Earth Day at Fresno State. For more information check out the Sustainability Club Website
The Sundogs is a project-oriented alternative energy club open to all majors. It assists students in getting involved and exposed to solar and "green" technical projects. For more information check out the Sundogs Facebook page or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Plant Science Club
For years, Fresno State Plant Science Club has been providing students with rich and diverse opportunities. Our unparalleled tenacity and compassion helps to engage our community on a local, state and national level. We connect members to leaders in the agricultural industry in order to launch students into the successful futures they have always dreamed of. For more information check out the Plant Science Club Website
Food Recovery Network
The Food Recovery Network brings students at universities together to fight food waste and hunger. This is done by recovery of surplus, edible food, that would otherwise go to waste on campus and in the surrounding communities. All food donated goes to help people in need. For more information and how to contact head to the Food Recovery Network Website
Fresno State Arboretum
Fresno State achieved arboretum status in the spring of 1979. An arboretum is a place where plants, especially trees and shrubs, are grown for exhibition and study. It is a living collection of woody plants in a park-like setting, an oasis in our urban "sea." It is also the sum of many different examples of landscaping. Our arboretum includes an allergy free garden located behind the Smittcamp Alumni house. For more information check out the Fresno State Arboretum Website
Applied Behavior Analysis Club
The mission of the ABA Club is to facilitate educational and professional growth for both undergraduate and graduate students in behavior analysis. Specifically it provides additional ABA learning opportunities, makes available resources for finding employment and disseminates information about ABA to the surrounding community. For more information check out the ABA CLUB
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