Campus Organizations

Students are encouraged to join one or more of amazing campus organizations. Involvement in a campus organization is a great way to network, build professional skills, meet new people, explore career opportunities, and have fun! Learn more about these organizations below!  

Academia Industry Alliance (AIA)Promoting scientific & career progress by facilitating collaboration and networking between academics & industry professionals in the life sciences.

Advocates for Mental HealthReducing the stigma surrounding mental health, promote mental wellness, improve access to resources for seeking treatment, and facilitate open dialogues related to mental health.

Association of International Researchers (AIR) | Uniting the international community by providing a platform for cultural exchange and providing a support system.

Colorado RNA ClubWe bring together RNA researchers from across the state to share their research, facilitate new collaborations, and create a robust, connected, RNA-focused community.

Graduate Student Council (GSC) | Organizing social events and volunteer and fundraising opportunities, and serving as a liaison between students and administration and Student Senate.

Neuroscience Outreach Group (NOG)We aim to engage and educate the Front Range in neuroscience education and outreach. We are committed to increasing equity and diversity in the sciences, especially within neuroscience.

Out in STEM (oSTEM) | Promoting advocacy and recognition of LGBTQ+ individuals in our community, fostering inclusion, ensuring equality, and providing educational opportunities for members and allies.

PhD Post | A peer-written newsletter for postdocs and graduate students providing fun and useful information about our community. The PhD Post offers trainees opportunities to develop non-technical writing and communication skills.

Project BridgeOur mission is to bridge the communication gap between scientists and the public by giving researchers the tools and opportunities to foster public interest in scientific research.

Society for Biomaterials, Student Chapter | Newly formed, we aim to educate students on the emerging field of biomaterials and their diverse applications. We want to help bridge the gap between academia and industry by informing students about emerging technologies and potential opportunities in the biomaterials world facilitating networking with industry professionals and researchers from across the Rocky Mountain region, and providing resources and experiences to help develop professional skills. Contact us for more information.

Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) Student Chapter | Fostering the success of Hispanic/Chicano and Native American scientists, from college students to professionals to attain advanced degrees, careers, and positions of leadership in science.

Women in STEM (WiSTEM) | The mission of Women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) is to substantially increase the representation and support of women in STEM disciplines through advocacy, skill building, and fostering allies among our peers.

Young Hands in Science | We bring hands-on science activities to students in Colorado to increase science engagement, knowledge, and diversity.


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13001 East 17th Place


Aurora, CO 80045


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