University of California, Berkeley: Bay-area Environmentally Aware Consulting Network (BEACN)
The Bay-area Environmentally Aware Consulting Network (BEACN) is a non-profit student organization at the University of California, Berkeley that specializes in sustainable business consulting in the San Francisco Bay Area. BEACN is comprised of undergraduate students from all different majors.

University of Arkansas, Little Rock: Net Impact
Student members put their beliefs into action through campus environmental sustainability efforts. The goals of the CGI are to use business skills to improve universities' impact on the environment, as well as to raise awareness of environmental problems and solutions among emerging business leaders.

Thunderbird School of Global Management: Net Impact Thunderbird Chapter
Net Impact is a global network that seeks to create a corps of “future leaders” committed to the idea that ethical business practices can improve the world. The Lincoln Center has been working with the leaders of this student organization to achieve their goals, including the Sustainable Innovation Summit, an even that draws MBA teams from around the world to address real-business issues pertaining to social responsibility and sustainability.

Stanford University: Students for a Sustainable Stanford
The SFSS educates the Stanford community about the principles of "sustainability," especially with regard to green building and green business.

Stanford University: Stanford Students Environmental Consulting Stanford Environmental Consulting (SEC) is a student-run organization with the goal of promoting sustainable practices that emphasize environmental, financial, and social performance. We provide consulting services for companies and other organizations already working with or interested in exploring, adopting, and spreading environmentally friendly practices and ideas.

Stanford University: Stanford Student Biodesign and Biopharma
Founded in Spring 2001, SSB is a student organization with a diverse membership from undergraduates, graduate students, to post-docs. Overall, SSB aims to prepare members for careers in biomedical technology related fields through hands-on experience. Specifically, SSB provides extracurricular activities that refine technical, communication, presentation, and leadership skills essential to a profession in biomedicine. The scope of SSB includes, but is not limited to, biological and life sciences, medicine, biotech, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, medical technology, and the intersections of biomedicine, business, technology, law, engineering, science, and ethics.

Stanford University: GSB Environmentally Sustainable Business Club
The Environmentally Sustainable Business Club's goal is to inform students about environmental concerns they will have to respond to in a business context.

Stanford University: Environmental Management Club
The EMC promotes the understanding of environmental management and sustainable development issues at the GSB by providing concrete examples of how business leaders can make environmental quality integral to business strategy.

Southern Illinois University, Carbondale: Microbiology Student Organization
The Microbiology Student Organization (MSO) is a registered student organization (RSO) on the SIU Carbondale campus. MSO is open to all students and is primarily composed of microbiology undergraduate majors and majors in other biological sciences. The "Micro Club", as it is usually referred to, organizes scientific and social activities geared towards the common interests members have in microorganisms and the field of microbiology. Activities of the MSO include special faculty lectures, small group study sessions, tutoring opportunities, and visits to companies in the microbiology business.

San Francisco State University: Net Impact Chapter
Net Impact is an international nonprofit organization whose mission is to make a positive impact on society by growing and strengthening a community of new leaders who use business to improve the world.
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