Here are the SSA clubs for the 2018-2019 academic year:
The SPSUO is here for people in physics programs and those interested in physics. We are here to promote physics, from information about the program at the university to research and career opportunities. We want to encourage interest in physics and help network with the community around us. We organise activities such as Pizza and Prof and Trivia Night in order to relax and give everyone a chance to meet and talk about physics.
Environmental Science Student Association
The Environmental Science Association (EVSA) gives EVS students (as well as other students who love the environment) an opportunity to get together outside of the classroom to make new friends, learn new things, and discuss things they are passionate about. We host workshops and documentary nights to learn new ways to decrease your environmental footprint and educate others about environmental issues, have game nights and pub nights to give everyone a break from studying, and host a plant sale and gala to raise money for environmental charities.
uOttawa Chemistry Club
The uOttawa Chemistry Club came to life in 2009 when the iPhone 3S first came out and when the world discovered there was water on the moon! We serve as a social framework bringing chemistry and science students together, and we also serve as an academic aid to people studying chemistry, club members or otherwise. Visit our website uochem.com and JOIN US!
The Pre-Pharmacy Society is uOttawa's first club dedicated to unifying like-minded students who aspire to join the pharmaceutical industry or just have an interest in pharmacy! Holding fun events, inviting guest speakers, and hosting fundraisers are all ways that we strive to build a welcoming environment where we can network, learn, and have fun as a community. Within our team, we strive to bring awareness to the diverse opportunities within pharmacy while simultaneously fostering close, meaningful relationships.
The University of Ottawa Science Undergraduate Research Journal (OSURJ) is an online, open-access, multidisciplinary, non-proprietary, bilingual academic journal that is published and reviewed by University of Ottawa students. The journal publishes digitally once per academic year on a rolling-publishing basis. Furthermore, executive members organize workshop events and mentorship opportunities to educate undergraduate students on the scientific research and publication process.
Women in Math
The Women in Math club seeks to connect and support women in math in all stages of their educations and promote equal opportunity and equal treatment of women in math. We encourage interest in mathematics among all students with fun mathematical lectures and activities centered on women's impact in math!
Undergraduate Geosciences Association
The Undergraduate Geoscience Association (UGA) is an inclusive Earth Science department association existing so that geoscience students may enjoy an enriching and valuable undergraduate experience. The UGA’s mission is pretty simple, it’s to encourage undergrads to be more involved academically and socially within the department and encourage strong relationships with other associations and organisations.
New Club Application Process
Looking to start a new club? By starting a club, you are eligible for funding from the Science Students’ Association to help host events and activities. The process is simple, and your club does not even need to be scientific in nature. Plus, you’ll be helping to bring together students with similar goals and interests.
Club registration for the Fall 2018 semester is now over. Registration of a new club will require the completion of the Club Registration Form, the Club Calendar Form, and the Executive Officers Signing Signatures Form along with the online submission of a simple Club Constitution. New clubs are required to submit a Club Support Form.
Contact Lauren Desilets at email@example.com for more information.
Club Event/Subsidy Request Form
If your club is seeking subsidy from the SSA following an event please fill out the following Google Form. If you are having difficulty filling out the form please contact our VP External, Lauren Desilets, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clubs event subsidies will require the completion of Club Event/Subsidy Form.