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The purpose of the Biology Club is to promote the awareness of the field of biology. It is also designed to inform its members on different events and situations going on in the world of biology.
The purpose of this club is to provide students the opportunity to learn more about business concerns and trends, and prepare themselves for graduate school. Members are able to participate in various enrichment activities such as speaker programs and internships.
The chorale represents the UIW community in San Antonio and across the country through choral music presentations. As one of the largest student organization on campus, members have an opportunity for fellowship as well as partial fulfillment of the Fine Arts credit of the core curriculum. Potential members must audition with the director.
History buffs have an opportunity to further their understanding of the discipline and put their knowledge to practical use with the archives held at the UIW library. The club also promotes the value of history among the UIW students with various events and facilitates community service opportunities for its members.
This is a four-year program that includes honors courses and co-curricular activities. High school students must apply for program admission as first-semester freshmen. Contact Jean Loden email@example.com or (210) 832-3211.
The Math Club is an organization that is mathematical, educational, and charitable. They strive to: have high achievement in math, provide cultural stimulation on the UIW campus, foster the disciple of math and promote fellowship among members.
This group enhances the knowledge of those interested in pursuing graduate and/or professional careers in psychology. Members take advantage of mentorships with faculty and professionals in the field, preparing themselves for graduate and professional careers.
The mission of the pre-pharmacy association shall include but not be limited to functioning as a social, academic, and informative support system to all pre-pharmacy students, while learning about the pharmacy profession and its operation in society.This will be accomplished while fostering fellowship and goodwill among pre-pharmacy students, pharmacy students, and educators in the Christian manner instilled through the University of the Incarnate Word. Visit the Remedies Web Page.