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Atmospheric Sciences

AMS (American Meteorological Society) The American Meteorological Society promotes the development and dissemination of information and education on the atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences and the advancement of their professional applications. Not only does it consist of Atmospheric Sciences undergraduate and graduate students, but also of weather enthusiasts from all over campus.The AMS is part of ASUU and is open to all University of Utah students.
For more information contact:

President: Cameron Negrete;

Vice President: Alex Lukinbeal;

Secretary: Caitlynn Taylor;

Treasurer: Spencer Fielding;

Outreach: Kai Tawa;

Ute Weather Center: The Ute Weather Center is a student-run forecast center that allows students to gain real-time experience. The Weather Center provides campus and the surrounding areas with daily forecasts and weather updates.

Director: Karlie Rees;

Assistant Director: Kai Tawa;

Chief Meteorologist: Cole Osborne;

Senior Meteorologist: Spencer Tangen;

Programmer: TBD

SAC (Student Advisory Committee)
For more information contact:

Undergrad: Jordann Brendecke;

Grad: Taylor McCorkle;

Utah Ski Weather

President: Peter Veals;

Geology and Geophysics

SEG (Society of Economic Geology)
For more information contact Patrick Loury

Student Chapter of the Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists
For more information contact Hailee Cox

AAPG (American Association for Petroleum Geologists)
For more information contact Marco Gorenc

SAC (Student Advisory Committee)
For more information contact:


Casey Duncan
Courtney Wagner
Julia Howe
Gabby St. Pierre


Brad Munk
Hannah Stinson

Metallurgical Engineering

Materials Advantage is joint Student chapter of four materials professional societies.
For more information contact Travis Willard

TMS (The Minerals, Metals, and Materials Society)

ASM International (Formally known as American Society of Metals)

Metallurgical Society of C.I.M. (MetSoc)

Mining Engineering

SME (Society of Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration)
For more information contact Kylie Boyce

WIM (Women in Mining)

The number of women in mining engineering has grown and keeps growing! This group was established to support and encourage women in the pursuit of their science degrees while providing networking and lifelong friendship connections. All women and men within the Mining Engineering Department are encouraged to join!
Staff Sponsor: Pam Hofmann


SAC (Student Advisory Committee)
For more information contact:

Freshman/Sophomore Rep: Breana Sanders
Undergraduate Rep: Andrew Austin

ASUU Representative
Parker Archer

Last Updated: 3/21/18