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Leadership & Involvement

 

Student Organizations:

Organizations directly related to psychology

There are many other organizations to consider joining that can enhance your marketable skills (leadership, service organizations, etc.).Go to the Student Organizations webpage http://uwec.orgsync.com/ where you can search by type of activity, or stop by the second floor of Davies to check out their new space.

Research Opportunities:

Student-Faculty research is an excellent way to apply what you learn in the classroom to the laboratory and to real-life situations.  Please visit with Physics Department faculty for more information.

Study Abroad:

Studying abroad may be a desirable option for you to pursue.  Please visit the Center for International Education’s (CIE) website for more information:  http://www.uwec.edu/cie/studyabroad/

The Center for International Education also has specific information for physics majors:

http://www.uwec.edu/cie/studyabroad/index.cfm?FuseAction=Abroad.ViewDocument&File_ID=0F0174480373067671000C741A0701040E14740C010C1C0577080004747777037175057D7B0604

Service-Learning:

UW-Eau Claire’s Service Learning requirement can allow you to craft a service experience that will help you gain valuable experience using your physics major.  Visit http://www.uwec.edu/SL/projects/student.htm for more information on finding a service learning project.

Or check out the CALL (Community Action and Life Long Learning) site.http://www.uwec.edu/Activities/volunteer/directory.htm. This site lists agencies throughout the Chippewa Valley buy category and indicates what types of volunteers they use.This is a way to craft your own volunteer experience.



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