EPPS Organization Fair Slated for Sept. 5

Take time out of your lunch hour on Tuesday, September 5 to attend the EPPS Organization Fair, scheduled for noon to 1 p.m. in the second floor Founders Building atrium. Organizations associated with majors offered by EPPS will be attending the fair. And because the event is targeted toward social science students, there will be an opportunity to speak one-on-one with club presidents and faculty advisors.

Students will also have the chance to learn about internships from the Career Center representative for EPPS as well as the Archer Fellowship Program.

Other organizations attending the fair include:

  • Alpha Phi Sigma, the only Criminal Justice Honor Society that is a certified member of The Association of College Honor Societies and affiliated with The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.

  • Geospatial Information Sciences Student Organization (GISSO), which is dedicated to the promotion of scientific knowledge in the various disciplines of geography and remote sensing.

  • The John Marshall Pre-Law Society, which promotes a greater understanding of the legal profession, the law, and government operation; assists its members in the processes of entering the legal profession; and encourages academic excellence and leadership among UT Dallas pre-law students.

  • Model UN, a program that provides UT Dallas students with a forum for addressing global concerns in a real world context.

  • Omicron Delta Epsilon (ODE), an academic honor society that recognizes students' academic achievement in the field of economics and establishes strong ties between the students and faculty at UT Dallas.

  • Pi Alpha Alpha, the national honor society for the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration.

  • The Sociology Club, which offers students the opportunity to discuss and question the state of society's institutions; inequality among races, classes, and genders; structural barriers and systems in healthcare, education, and religion; and social policy and how it affects society.