*Unless otherwise indicated, the sites below were created and are maintained by Davidson students and/or their advisors, to whom questions regarding the sites should be directed.
Alpha Epsilon Delta
The purpose of this society shall be: to encourage excellence in premedical scholarship, stimulate an appreciation in premedical education, promote cooperation and contacrs betweem premedical students, and educators, bring together similarly interested students, and to benefit health organizations, charities, and the community. For more information contact John David Ike.
Cee Ess Cee
The purpose of this organization is to provide an infrastructure for science, art, and engineering projects related to the student body's interest. These projects can range from any discipline, but with an emphasis on learning through building and attempting to find the most economical solution available. For more information, contact Jacob Simmons.
Comparative Advantage is a mentoring program for economics majors. For more information contact Sam Hyman.
Davidson College Neuroscience Club (DCNC)
DCNC offers students interested in Neuroscience a forum for dialog about relevant topics including ethics, neuorphilosophy, and current research. The organization provides opportunities to interact with those who treat, investigate, and manifest neurological disorders, as well as means to engage in public education directed towards promoting understanding of and appreciation for the nervous system within the college and greater community. For more information contact Garrett Smith.
Davidson Investment & Financial Association (DIFA)
The Davidson Investment Financial Association (DIFA) is a student organization that that manages $200,000 of the college's endowment. The student-run club was chartered in 1999 when two recent graduates, Peter Clark '01 and David Johnston '01, spearheaded a push for Davidson's first investment club. The club was founded on the principle of education and the college's need for an effective and unique way to educate the student body about the stock market. For more information contact Jack McLinden.
Davidson Microfinance Club
The purpose of this organization is to enhance the Davidson community's awareness by encouraging students to become participants instead of observers of the growing promise of microfinance and to promote the practice of microfinance to students through campaigns, lectures, discussions, and investing of raised funds through existing microfinance portals. To lead fundraising events with the intention of investing that money in actual microfinance projects, through established organizations. Through this practice, the organization looks to develop discussions and debates about where to invest these funds. For more information, contact Alec Bartz.
Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students (MAPS)
MAPS was founded in 2007 to unite underrepresented premedical students with common goals and ideals, and to provide them with the opportunity to make an impact on healthcare in the community. For more information contact Saumya Goel.
Mock Trial Association
Gives members an opportunity to gain hands-on knowledge about the theory and practice of law in America; sends teams to trial advocacy competitions throughout the academic year; student-run program that competes consistently on the national championship level. For more information contact Susanna Vogel.
The Davidson College Pre-Business Society is a network of Davidson students pursuing a post-graduate education or career in business. The society serves as a forum for discussion for students with similar goals, experiences, and challenges. The society also seeks to provide educational and networking opportunities for its members by hosting speakers from diverse backgrounds and offering a mentorship program to its participants. Working with Davidson Career Services and faculty with business backgrounds, the society also offers career preparation and assistance with graduate school applications. For more information contact Supriya Wadhwa.
The purpose of this organization is to promote the awareness of dentistry as a career option and to provide a direct aid to pre-dental students at Davidson College. For more information contact Catherine Schricker.
The Pre-Law society has two principal functions. First, it seeks to educate Davidson students and others about legal issues, legal education, and the legal profession. Toward this end, it invites legal professionals and educators to speak on campus and arranges field trips to law firms and law schools. Second, the organization serves as a resource to students who are considering legal careers. Toward this end, it hosts campus visits from law school admissions representatives, organizes affordable LSAT preparation courses on campus, and serves as a clearinghouse of law school admissions information. In addition, the organization's advisors from the faculty and staff counsel students through the law school admissions process, from deciding whether or not to apply through revising admissions essays. For more information contact Shelby Wagenseller.
The purpose of the Pre-Vet Society is to provide support for students interested in careers related to the animal sciences. Also, it raises awareness in Davidson of animal related issues. For more information contact Adriana Nassar.
Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC)
The SAAC impliments ideas to better promote academics and athletic achievement among Davidson varsity athletes. It also encourages the Davidson students and faculty to attend sporting events. For more information contact Michael Lamoureux or Natalie Atabek.
Students for New Learning (SNL)
The purpose of this organization is to congregate students with special or alternative means of learning. This includes those diagnosed with medical ADD, ADHD, etc. The group tries to support the styles and techniques of each student to further the educational experiences of Davidson College. For more information contact Catherine Doyle or Chris Brandt.
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