Physical Sciences Student Organizations
A co-ed chemistry fraternity for majors in all fields.
An organization for anyone interested in Engineering and Science in the Armenian community.
CURE at UCLA aims to expose, interest, and prepare undergraduate students for an optimized and exciting research experience.
Representing undergraduate and graduate students in EPSS.
An organization that produces a day packed with STEM outreach presentations to thousands of visitors each fall.
Provides academic, professional and personal support and guidance to African-American students in the STEM fields.
An organization for LGBTQ+ graduate and undergraduate students in STEM-fields at UCLA.
An open platform for undergraduate students in scientific research to exchange knowledge, experience, and ideas relating to their respective field.
Fostering the success of science students, postdocs and professionals by providing a forum for academic, social and community activities and services.
An academic and social club where students interested in physics or physics-related activities come together to explore new things and have fun.
Social events, workshops, and guest talks for students interested in statistics and data science. Organizers of the annual ASA DataFest — the largest data hackathon on the West Coast.
Informs, empowers, and unites STEM transfer students at UCLA.
An on-campus student chapter of the world’s largest scientific society, open to undergrads and grad students of all majors.
The UCLA Summer Programs for Undergraduate Research (SPUR) offer upper division undergraduate students with outstanding academic potential the opportunity to work closely with faculty mentors on research projects. The programs are designed for students who wish to learn more about the graduate school experience and possibly pursue an academic career in teaching and research. Applications for summer 2018 are due March 31.
This annual Student Alumni Association tradition gives undergraduates the opportunity to learn about careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics as well as to interact with alumni who graduated with STEM degrees.
Open to anyone interested in mathematics.
A student-run academic journal funded and supported by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) and UCLA’s Undergraduate Research Center.
Providing a supportive atmosphere for Korean students at UCLA studying in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.
Creating a supportive atmosphere for all women in every physical science field.
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How To Thrive in the Sciences at UCLA and Beyond
In 2017, alumni with degrees from the Physical Sciences were welcomed back to campus to share advice and personal experiences with freshmen and first-year transfer students interested in a Physical Sciences major.
The discussion was followed by a lively reception giving students the opportunity to network with the alumni panelists along with faculty and current students.
Click here to view video of the panel discussion and read bios of the panelists.