BRINGING COMMITIMENT AND EXCELLENCE TO THE SCIENCES

The NCSU African-American Science and Health Society is an organization made up of both students and alumni, who are interested in the sciences and pursuing a health careers. All majors are encouraged to become members

The AASHS engages in a wide variety of activities ranging from participation in the Ag & Life Council to trips to various universities and businesses . Meetings are held regularly and often include speakers.

Constitution

Internships/SUmmer Programs

Current Executive Board Members and Advisors

Eula Teague (President) (919) 783-0169

Vonetta Tyson (Vice-President) (919) 233-9271

Tawana Myles (Secetary) (919) 512-7358

(Treasurer) (919)

Dr. Leon Boyd (Advisor) Dept. of Food Science (919) 515-2968

Dr. Beulah Parker (Advisor) Dept. of Entomology (919) 515-3341

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