College of Health Student Organizations
We associate ourselves to expanding the overall scope of our educational experience by means of promoting educational activities that we might establish closer contact with those who are involved in our future profession.
President: Kiera Lane Email Kiera
The BSW Club is meant to provide services, promote the personal as well as the academic growth of the students, faculty, and administration, to protect the rights of the individual student, to foster skills necessary in the professional practice of Social Work, and to provide an opportunity for enhancement of skills in the areas of communication and relationship building.
President: Kerri Inmon Email Kerri
The College of Health Ambassadors are student leaders representing the College of Health, with the purpose of promoting, inspiring, and serving the College of Health through academic achievement, creativity, dependability, and service.
President: Alanna BuckleyEmail Alanna
One of the main goals of Exercise Physiology Club is to inform, prepare, and send students to the Southeast American College of Sports Medicine annual meeting. This annual meeting is an excellent opportunity to broaden one's knowledge of exercise science and related fields as well as network with others. Having members engage in open discussion regarding the latest topics in exercise science, work together to create or help with activities in the community such as, participating in local 5K events, and network with one another as it pertains to current coursework or opportunities such as internships and jobs are just some of the goals of Exercise Physiology Club.
President: Christine Tran Email Christine
A student-driven association which provides its members with professional networking opportunities, career planning, and workshops & presentations by healthcare administrators from local, state and national level health care organizations. Any Southern Miss undergraduate or graduate student with an interest in health administration is encouraged to join; however, we strongly encourage students in the following programs to become a HASA member: 1. Undergraduate and Traditional MPH students in the Health Policy and Administration emphasis area; 2. Executive MPH students; 3. Any Community Health Sciences undergraduate and/or graduate students who are interested in health administration; and 4. Any University of Southern Mississippi students in the areas of business, marketing or other related fields.
President: Audra Cummings Email Audra
Our club helps other people understand the importance of exercise and how it is beneficial to someone's health and how it can also expedite recovery from injuries.
President: Julia Brady Email Julia
NSSLHA is a group formed by USM's speech pathology and audiology students. We do fundraisers, have fun events, and help out with USM's Children's Center and DuBard School events.
President: Hillary Talley Email Hillary
The Student Academy of Audiology is the national student organization of the American Academy of Audiology that serves as a collective voice for students and advances the rights, interests, and welfare of students pursuing careers in audiology. The SAA introduces students to lifelong involvement in activities that promote and advance the profession of audiology, and provides services, information, education, representation and advocacy for the profession and the public we serve.
President: Jessica Mahaffey Email Jessica
The Student Dietetic Association is a student organization that promotes an awareness of dietetics, health care, food and nutrition related issues, and it prepares members for their post graduate endeavors. Our association serves as a knowledge base offering guidance and support for students' concerns and questions.
President: Virginia Smith Email Virginia