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Student Organizations

Eta Sigma Gamma (National Honorary in Health Education) Adviser: Marcie Wycoff-Horn
(608) 785-8663
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The purpose of the Beta Phi Chapter of Eta Sigma Gamma is to promote health education through teaching, service, research and advocacy. Students are involved in various projects on campus, in local schools and the community. Additional goals of the honorary include promotion of professional standards and ethics, networking activities among health educators, recognizing academic achievement, etc.
Kappa Delta Pi (The International Honor Society in Education)
Adviser: Dr. Gary Willhite
(608) 785-8130
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The purpose of the Beta Tau Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi is to promote excellence in and recognize outstanding contributions to education. It shall endeavor to maintain a high degree of professional fellowship among its members, quicken professional growth, and honor achievement in education work, The group shall invite to membership such persons as exhibit commendable professional qualities, worthy educational ideals, and sound scholarship.
Music Educators National Conference-Student Chapter #361, UW-L (MENC)

Adviser: Ms. Tammy Fisher
(608) 785-8411

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Members become acquainted with the privileges and responsibilities of the music education field and have the opportunities to meet leaders in the music education profession. MENC assists the university in various projects throughout the year.
National Arts Education Association-Student Chapter, UW-L

Adviser: Marcia Thompson
(608) 785-8235

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This organization is involved in the preparation of future art educators. We try to offer a variety of activities, including field trips, conferences, and guest speakers, that will enhance the knowledge of our members. In addition, it allows art education students to get to know one another and develop future contacts in the field.
Physical Education Majors Club

Adviser: Ms. Lori Petersen
(608) 785-8186

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Physical Education Majors Club is an organization designed to bring together all students whose focus of study is in the field of Exercise and Sport Science -Physical Education Teaching. This organization allows students to share and receive information regarding current issues in the field, current workshops, classes, or conventions available and all other types of pertinent information regarding all aspects of physical education. Students also gain valuable experiences through guest speakers, recreational and community based activities, and fundraising opportunities.
Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC)

Adviser: Dr. Carol Angell
(608) 785-8135

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SCEC is a student organization that focuses on special education. We focus on disabilities in educational settings. We also do community outreach to educate K-12 students about disabilities. Opportunities to attend state and national conferences are available.
Student Wisconsin Education Association (Student WEA)

Adviser: Dr. Joyce Shanks
(608) 785-8657

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Student WEA is a statewide pre-professional organization for all prospective educators. Its goal is to help these educators make a smooth transition from the campus to their profession through active involvement in professional training, community projects, and multicultural and diversity experiences. Student WEA also issues forums, visitations to private and public schools, community service, and social gatherings.