Arabic Heritage Club is an academic club dedicated to upholding the cultural legacy of the Arabic civilization by promoting awareness, appreciation and celebration of its rich and diverse heritage. Through various activities and events, the club aims to promote cultural diversity, understanding, and awareness on campus by providing a platform for students from all backgrounds to connect and learn about the manifestations of Arabic heritage and its indispensable sources that form the basis of old and modern civilization. Additionally, we seek to raise awareness of the various disciplines and courses offered by the Department of Arabic and Translation Studies and increase student engagement in the university community. By joining the Arabic Heritage Club, students will have the opportunity to contribute to and celebrate the diverse cultural fabric of our campus.
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Astronomy Club is a student organization for anyone interested in astronomy. It aims to spread knowledge about this fascinating mysterious science and provide opportunities to gaze the skies and learn about the different celestial objects. The club organizes trips and events for students such as movie nights and trivia games.
Biology Student Club is devoted to providing opportunities for students to improve and communicate their scientific knowledge and to foster relationships between students and the scientific community. The club organizes events, activities, and educational seminars in an effort to further student awareness of the dynamic field of biology.
English Department Fellows builds a culture of interconnectedness within the English major community, providing the necessary resources for English majors to succeed. The organization hosts events related to the English program, encouraging cultural, spiritual, and intellectual growth for all members, creating a more literary climate.
International Studies Student Association (INSA): All international studies majors automatically belong to INSA and vote in elections for student officers each year. INSA officers take the lead in organizing the group’s activities throughout the year but all members are welcome to be involved. INSA provides an orientation session for first year students, hosts gala dinners in the fall and the spring to honor graduating seniors and, with the guidance of a faculty advisor, sponsors a student conference in the spring and publishes the student journal Siraj.
Model United Nations (MUN): The Department of International Studies hosts an MUN chapter that puts on a Model United Nations simulation every spring semester. Participants come from all over the region and Europe. MUN is open to any student at AUS. Officers of the organization must apply for their positions and are selected by the faculty advisors after a vigorous review process. In addition to hosting the Model UN, which attracted over 500 delegates in 2016, members of MUN attend other regional simulations and frequently attend MUN related conferences in the United States.
Moot Court: Students selected for Moot Court draft and argue cases before simulated international courts. Students must take INS 350 Moot Court to be eligible to take part in the international competition. Completion of INS 350 does not guarantee participation as only the very best students will be selected by the faculty advisor. Recent competitions include the Jessup rounds in Washington, DC and the International Criminal Court simulation at the Hague in the Netherlands.
Physics Club promotes physics by creating a community of students dedicated to developing the knowledge, competence and enthusiasm for advanced study and research in physics. The club also promotes a public interest in physics. It aims to connect students with physics professors and their research, organize physics-related trips and host speakers.
Sigma Tau Delta, International English Honor Society, AUS Chapter-Alpha Chi Kappa
Established in Fall 2016, Alpha Chi Kappa:
The Math Club raises awareness about the different branches of math and their related applications by organizing several workshops and events. It also hosts many gatherings and fun activities for students to relax and eventually realize that math is indeed fun and plays an important role in our daily lives.