Category Archive: Sciences

Aug 01

Society of Physics Students

The Society of Physics Students aims to create a forum for Physics students and professors to discuss their research and current topics in Physics. The club hopes to create a more comprehensive recycling program at the university and to try to incorporate Green Technology at Seton Hall University in the near future.

Aug 01

Psychology Club

Psychology Club is dedicated to the forwarding of Psychology as a science while organizing events and activities that unite its members towards this cause. We offer unique opportunities that allow students to develop a relationship with Psychology Professors beyond the boundaries that are sometimes formed in class. We unite to bring an awareness of psychological …

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Aug 01

Psi Chi

Psi Chi is the honors society in psychology. Members of Psi Chi must meet minimum GPA requirements in order to be inducted. Psi Chi members offer tutoring for all undergraduate psychology courses. Psi Chi also contributes to the Seton Hall community by volunteering and sponsoring events on campus.

Aug 01

Math and Computer Science Club

The purpose of the Math/CS Club is to provide its members and, whenever possible, the Seton Hall University community with an education relating to mathematics and computer science. This is often done with programs that promote these interests including a series of lectures where students learn about various fields of mathematics, current research, and raise …

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Aug 01

Leaders in Healthcare

Leaders in Healthcare is a student led organization dedicated to promoting leadership and evidenced-based practice, ethical activism and patient advocacy, as a means for creating a platform for exchange of ideas. We strive to develop working relationships with healthcare providers and initiate social change by examining healthcare policies

Aug 01

Biology Society

The Biology Society is an biological science focused club and is open to all students at Seton Hall who are interested in learning more about biology and related topics. The Biology Society works to teach its members about science and health issues and career opportunities through speakers, presentations, and field trips. We provide means for …

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