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Faculty Association: represent all undergraduate science students
Departmental Associations: focus on events in a specific area of study
Science Groups: promote science within the community
Student Projects: compete with student groups from other Universities to solve a specific problem
Eureka: U of A Science Undergraduate Research Journal
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ISSS: Interdepartmental Science Students Sciety for undergraduate science students. Services, events and advocacy revolve around the science community on campus
| CSA - Chemistry Students' Association
||for students to share their chemistry experiences. club executives are available every school day to help out with chemistry-related issues and to share tidbits of school life.
|UACS - Undergraduate Association of Computing Science
||Represent the students of Computing Science with the Department of Computing Science. All students registered in a CMPUT course are member of UACS and eligible to run for most executive positions.
|MATHEMATICAL & STATISTICAL SCIENCES
|MSS - Mathematical Sciences Society
|For undergraduate students interested in mathematics
|UPS - Undergraduate Physics Society
|Work to improve the experience of undergraduate students in all the degree programs that are related to physics.
|UPA - Undergraduate Psychology Association
|Inform students about psychology and potential career opportunities
OTHER SCIENCE STUDENT GROUPS:
SCIENCE STUDENT PROJECTS:
Eureka is a student-founded and student-run initiative whose mission is to promote the world class undergraduate research done in the faculty of science. This journal offers undergraduate scientists the unique opportunity to share their discoveries with the scientific world, while learning the peer review process. Most undergraduate students do not get to experience the publication process as part of their scientific education. Eureka is an educational institution, with a diverse team of reviewers from many scientific backgrounds. Through clear, effective scientific writing students will be able to work together with faculty members to promote University of Alberta science.