Students in the program often join one of our dynamic student organizations.
These student groups are very active and provide additional opportunities for trips and professional development.
S&T offers numerous opportunities for you to develop your leadership skills in any of our 200-plus recognized student organizations.
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American Association of Drilling Engineers (AADE) and the International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC) are student organizations affiliated with the national-level organizations. The organizations seek the latest interventions in the area of drilling by being involved with various industry professionals and by interacting at conferences, workshops and seminars.
(AEG) is a registered student organization dedicated to education and advancements in geological engineering, geotechnical engineering, seismic engineering, environmental engineering, engineering geology and engineering geophysics. The chapter offers opportunities for students by providing online resources, publications, meetings and seminars.
The Association for Women Geoscientists is an international organization devoted to enhancing the quality and level of participation of women in geosciences and to introduce girls and young women to geoscience careers. Membership is open to anyone who supports AWG's goals. Our diverse interests and expertise cover the entire spectrum of geoscience disciplines and career paths, and we offer networking and mentoring opportunities. Our membership is brought together by a common love of earth science and the desire to ensure rewarding opportunities for women in the geosciences.
The C.L. Dake Geological Society is a student chapter of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists. It's the main campus organization for individuals with an interest in geology. Previous trips and proposed trips include diamond and quartz digging in Arkansas, float trips, geode hunting in Illinois, tours of Bonne Terre Mine, tours of local caves and trips to Maramec Spring Park.
The society’s objectives are to create a closer bond between student members and industry, to broaden the scope of activities of members, and to maintain the high ideals and standards of the engineering profession. Members share a sincere desire to create for the petroleum industry an organization that fosters loyalty, fellowship and cooperation.
The Society of Sigma Gamma Epsilon was established to recognize scholarship and professionalism in the Earth sciences. Its objectives are the scholastic, scientific, and professional advancement of its members, and the extension of relations of friendship and assistance among colleges and universities that are devoted to the advancement of the Earth sciences.
The SEG Foundation advances geophysics today and inspires geoscientists of tomorrow through funding innovative activities and grant programs that benefit geophysicists, their professional community, the Society of Exploration Geophysicists and the general public. Students in SEG often attend the National SEG conference to present research and network with other students and industry professionals.
The student chapter is affiliated with the international society, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to collect, disseminate and exchange technical knowledge concerning the exploration, development and production of oil and gas resources, including related technologies for the public benefit.
The MSM Spelunkers Club is the oldest student caving club in Missouri. The organization is devoted to the safe exploration, protection, conservation, and documentation of caves and Karst regions. The club unites those with a common interest and love of caves.
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