UNTHSC - Earth Club
The purpose of the Earth Club is to establish an intercollegiate club for advancing awareness and understanding of environmental issues. This includes but is not limited to recognition of personal and public exposures to environmental contaminants, community outreach and education, and promotion of a healthier environment.
The objectives of the Earth Club are:
President: Priscilla Kha
Vice-President: Kimberly Morris
Treasurer: Pushan Prabhaker
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Alisa Rich
Earth Club is open to all students and faculty/staff/employee at the University of North Texas Health Science Center.
Interested in becoming a member? Email one of our officers for more information about Earth Club and the next meeting.
Student Dues: $15
If you have any ideas for speakers at our meetings, volunteer events, suggestions for philanthropies, etc., feel free to contact one of our officers or our faculty advisor.
THANKS FOR VISITING!
We hope to see you at our next meeting!
Earth Club was founded in the spring of 2013 by environmental students from the Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences in the School of Public Health at UNT Health Science Center. After interest from students, staff and educators, it was decided by the organizing Council that Earth Club would be open to all students in good standing and employees, including staff, administration or academicians for participation.
Activities such as monthly meetings with special guest speakers, philanthropy volunteering, special networking events, social activities, and leadership opportunities will be presented to members of Earth Club.
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Paying member of Earth Club.
Student Dues: $15
Yearly, Semesterly, Officers Appointed, etc.
What Month/Time of Year do Elections Occur?
April: Nominations/Elections, May: Officers selected
Dr. Alisa Rich