Student Organizations Related to ENVI

Chemistry Club

Established in 1910, the Chemistry Club at Eastern Michigan University is first in tradition and excellence. They offer academic support, professional development and fellowship opportunities to majors and non-majors alike. They are also an American Chemical Society Student Affiliate Chapter.


Gathering Resources to Educate about our Environment and Nature (GREEN) is a student organization working to provide educational, interactive, and environmentally-beneficial opportunities for Eastern Michigan University and the surrounding community. They run and are involved in a variety of events throughout the year including GREEN Week, Greening of Detroit, Hazardous Waste Drop-off and much more. Also home of the Giving Garden, a student ran garden on campus where students grow food for themselves or to donate, get involved this summer! Contact them by email at [email protected]. Visit them on Twitter or learn about the Giving Garden.


The Geo Club at EMU is a group dedicated to learning, discussing, observing, and having fun with Earth Science, Geography, and Geology. We have regular meetings to discuss up coming events and topics. Events include fundraisers, field trips, mixers, scientific lectures, movie nights, and much more! Topics are limitless! How to become a member: First, Geo Club welcomes any and all students of ANY major, not just Geology and Earth Science majors.

Student Government – Energy and Sustainability Commission

The Energy and Sustainability Commission is a part of Student government that focuses on improving the sustainable conditions of the university and improve our renewable energy resources. They have improved recycling within campus and have hosted events where students help clean around campus.

Students for EcoJustice Education and Activism

The purpose of this nonprofit organization is to bring together students who are passionate about analyzing deep cultural roots of ecological and social crises and work towards reclaiming our cultural and ecological commons. In order to revitalize our commons, which have been devalued by industrialization, they create a space to address these issues using art, activism, discussion, action and education for the holistic sustainability.

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