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​The ​College of the Sequoias is home to several clubs with a focus on STEM-related subjects. Whether you are interested in math, biology, chemistry, engineering, physics, or any other science-related subject, there groups of similarly minded people who ​can help you on your academic journey. The current clubs with focus on these subjects are:

  • The Science, Engineering, Technology Association (SETA)
  • The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)
  • Students Integrating Numerical Education(SINE)
  • The Alliance of Biological and Chemical Sciences (ABCS)

Information about each club is available from the club's advisor and in the MESA Student Center (John Muir 124).

  
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 SETA

​​​​​The Science, Engineering, Technology Association (SETA)

ADVISOR: Dr. Larry Owens, larryo@cos.edu
MEETING DAY: Every Other Friday, 12:00 - 1:00 pm, John Muir 101
Club Mission: To advance student interest in all sciences, providing opportunities for experience through volunteer events, field trips and guest lectures.

 SHPE

​​​Society of Professional Hispanic Engineers (SHPE)

ADVISOR: Charles Rush, ​737-4845, charlesr@cos.edu
MEETING DAY: Fridays, 12:00 - 1:00 pm, John Muir 101
Club Mission: To empower minorities in the STEM field. To allow future professional STEM majors to frow academically, professionally, and socially.

 SINE

Students Integrating Numerical Education (SINE)

ADVISOR: Tracy Redden, ​737-4859, tracyr@cos.edu
MEETING DAY: Alternating Fridays, 1:10 - 2:00 pm, John Muir 107
Club Mission: To increase student interest and understanding of the mathematical sciences through club activities and events, such as competitions or field trips.​

 ABCS

Alliance of Biological and Chemical Sciences (ABCS)

ADVISOR: Joshua Puhl, 730-3840, joshuap@cos.edu
MEETINGS: Every other Friday, 11:10 - 12:00 pm, John Muir 101
Club Mission: We are a biology and chemistry club open to all COS students. Each semester we choose one theme and explore it from both the biological and chemical perspectives. We do activities based on this theme such as: ​

  • Labs
  • Guest Speakers
  • Field Trips