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American Chemical Society
Faculty Advisor: Kyle Taylor - email@example.com
Meetings: In Person: Fridays, 1-2pm, Room TBD
Online: Fridays, 5-6pm
We want to provide a place to discuss the biology-related topic for such students, who will be motivated and impressed by each other sharing their interests in the biological field.
Current Projects: Testing the InteraChem VR setup (ie playing with molecules in virtual reality), and preparing a research project for the annual Research & Service Leadership SymposiumDISCORD
The Astronomy Club
Faculty Advisor: Geoff Mathews - firstname.lastname@example.org
Meetings: Wednesays 3-4 PM in room 4221, Zoom
Space. The final frontier. This is the purpose of The Astronomy Club. To inspire interest and promote education in the field of astronomy and other space sciences through the exploration of scientific news and resources as well as the analysis of science fiction media.
Current Projects: Star parties, building a rocket and telescopeDISCORDINSTAGRAM
Audio Visualization and Interpretation Project
Faculty Advisor: Zach Cembellin - email@example.com
We aim to work on projects focused around audio and music which span into several stem disciplines, finding links between them.
Current Projects: Cymatics, oscilliscope music
Faculty Advisor: Gillian Schultz - firstname.lastname@example.org
Meetings: Fridays 6-7pm on Discord
We aim to support community college students with diversified interests by providing them with valuable information and hands-on opportunities in the fields of Biology and Biology related fields. Together, we will help our members get started and cultivate new skills.
Current Projects: Preparing for the annual Research & Service Leadership Symposium
Business & Entreprenuership Club
Faculty Advisor: Laurence Lew - email@example.com
Meetings: Wednesdays 3-4pm, Room 3025
Experiential Learning, Professional Learning, Social Development. We're a community of like-minded individuals committed to your growth and success. We offer unparalleled resources, mentorship, and opportunities tailored to your business and entrepreneurial ambitions. One does not need to be a Business major in order to participate in our club.
Current Projects: Fall - Business Case Competition & Career Exploration
Winter - Internship Series
Spring - Business Innovation Challenge
Computer Science Club
Faculty Advisor: Frank Cascarano - firstname.lastname@example.org
Meetings: Tuesdays 1:00 PM in room 4221
The purpose of this club is to create a community which promotes both fun and practical applications of computer science where students can engage in useful conversations about concepts, ideas, and projects as a means to improve their understanding of computer science through collaboration. We also plan to host workshops, game nights, and a hackathon.
Current Projects: Planning a Hackathon. Projects: Website, possibly 3d model genrator, website for assignments like a planner, daily news summarizer.
Faculty Advisor: Tim Ryan - email@example.com
Meetings: 1st & 3rd Thursday of each month
A club designed to provide a pathway into careers in cybersecurity, networking and information security.
Current Projects: TBD
Data Science & AI Club
Faculty Advisor: Erid Reed - firstname.lastname@example.org
Meetings: Wednesdays 2-3 pm, room 4221
We aim to support community college students with diversified interests by providing them with valuable information and hands-on opportunities in the fields of Data Science & Artificial Intelligence. Together, we will help our members get started and cultivate new skills in these interdisciplinary fields.
Current Projects: Chatbot
Faculty Advisor: Laurence Lew - email@example.com
Meetings: Mondays 1-2 pm, room 3015
The purpose of this organization shall be to connects student, academic and business leaders through entrepreneurial-based projects that empower people to transform opportunities into real, sustainable progress for themselves and their communities
Current Projects: Helping locals in Puerto Rico getting access to clean drinking water after the hurricanes. We will help by: fundraise money, buy water filter from the company we are collaborating with (Solvatten), ship the water filters to Puerto Rico and deliver to communities in need.
Science & Engineering Club
Faculty Advisor: Frank Cascarano - firstname.lastname@example.org
Meetings: Monday & Wednesday 4:00-8:00 (Makerspace-aircraft project),
Friday 12:30 pm in room 4716 (Reg meetings)
We are a friendly community of students looking to explore the world of engineering through activities and projects by providing students with fun experience outside the classroom. As an added benefit, we hope to give our members guidance from experienced advisors including veteran engineers from the industry!
Current Projects: RC Airplane, AI Robotic Arm, Go-Kart
Geospatial Technology Club
Faculty Advisor: TBD
We aim to create an inclusive space for students to engage with geography and geospatial technology through volunteer projects and opportunities for professional development. We hope to foster a sense of community within the Foothill GIST program and provide support for each other in our individual academic and career goals.
Faculty Advisor: Phuong Lam - email@example.com
The purpose of the club is to provide a community for Foothill students in any math class to discuss and enjoy mathematics.
Current Projects: MCM Math Competition: TBD, Math Enrichment Program
Faculty Advisor: Alfred Guzman - firstname.lastname@example.org, Konstantin Kalazadis - email@example.com
Meetings: Fridays at 1pm in the STEM Center, Zoom
The Rocketry Club at Foothill College is a community for students passionate about aerospace, engineering, and STEM in general. Open to individuals with any level of experience, and from any discipline, the club offers a welcoming and inclusive space for exploration and collaboration. Through hands-on projects and competitions, members gain practical knowledge in designing, building, and launching model rockets.
Current Projects: Battle of the Rockets VA Competition and Rocketry certifications
Virtual Reality Club
Faculty Advisor: Michelle Nguyen - firstname.lastname@example.org
Meetings: Thursdays 2-3pm in room 4220
Virtual Reality club is to provide a space for students to explore career paths, connect with the industry, discover apps and games in VR and AR, and stay up-to-date with the latest developments in virtual and augmented reality technology.
Current Projects: Talk about the ethics of VR and the metaverse. Set up an art gallery to showcase art & design